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Shardul Nautiyal, Mumbai April 08 , 2021
National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care (NABH) is planning to roll out series of workshops for effectively implementing NABH accreditation standards for Ayush hospitals.

These workshops will provide guidelines on implementing NABH accreditation standards for Ayush hospitals, Ayush professionals and clinicians.  

As a part of the programme, NABH is organizing three days programme on "Implementation of NABH Accreditation Standards for Unani Hospitals” between April 27 and April 29, 2021.  

This training will provide guidelines to hospital management and staff with the aim of developing internal counselors within the Ayush set ups for helping them to work towards achieving accreditation and maintaining the same. This will help professionals, practitioners, administrators, students, quality managers and directors.

This training will provide deeper understanding of quality principles hence enabling well trained professional to become experts in quality control and to apply them to improve quality and work flow.

The training will enable you to understand the importance of indicators and hence help improve outcomes. Besides this, it will sensitize professionals to learn how quality can reduce errors and waste and hence enhance patient safety.

As per NABH notice, “Registration can be done by filling the registration format at web-site (www.nabh.co/login). A non-refundable registration fee of total Rs. 14,160 including GST of 18% can be done online by interested candidates. Fees concession of 10% is being provided for the members of QCI (http://www.qcin.org/nbqp/PMS/). The fees would include course material also.

NABH has further extended validity of accreditation or certification till June 30, 2021 under accreditation, certification and empanelment programs considering the ongoing pandemic situation. It had earlier granted extension of validity till March 31, 2021.

The HCOs will be required to ensure compliance to the applicable NABH standards during the extended period of validity and submit declaration to this effect. The HCOs will also be required to update the Covid-19 status along with the number of beds dedicated for Covid-19 patients.

NABH is a constituent board of Quality Council of India (QCI), set up to establish and operate accreditation programme for healthcare organisations (HCOs).

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