Hospital Accreditation
8 Contact Hours - 2 Days
Ensuring quality is a critical component of high-performing health systems. Having access to healthcare is not enough:
patients who enter the health care system - whether a clinic, a hospital, or another venue-need to be confident that they will receive care that is safe, effective, and consistent with the latest clinical evidence.
This is particularly important for hospitals, where patients are acutely and often severely ill, but all the data suggest that the quality of care is far from optimal.
There are large variations in complications and mortality rates across hospitals.
The concerns about level and variations in hospital quality are not new.
We have known for decades that hospitals differ in their ability to provide high-quality care for patient-and our national strategy for ensuring and improving care has been accreditation.
The notion is simple:
using an external, independent body that applies objective criteria to ensure that hospitals are implementing evidence-based practices to maximize patient outcomes.

At the end of the training, participants will:
  • Provide and overall and holistic knowledge related to the Accreditation of hospitals
  • Be able to choose what is the suitable and optimum type of accreditation program.
  • Learn how Accreditation programs are implemented, what the related action plans are and how monitor the implementation of the standards.
  • Be able to acquire necessary competencies and tools on how to make the necessary changes starting with the structural needs up to ensuring effective sustainability.
  • Ensure how to meet the highest standards to ensure Patient, Staff and Physician safety.
  • Be able to use the accreditation programs to improve the organization image and ensure efficient services provision.