NABH Safe-I Certified hospitals: ESI Model Hospital Kollam, Century Hospital Kerala, Amandeep Hospital Amritsar, Kidney Hospital Jalandhar, Tagore Hospital Jalandhar and Devmatha Hospital Ernakulam, Kerela. NABH-Safe-I fees has been revised from 1st May 2013. Now it is based upon the bed strength of the hospital.

Message

"There is an ever increasing emphasis on preventing Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) across the continuum of care since HAIs significantly increase health and economic burden on the communities.NABH Safe-ITSM certification program is appropriately designed to deal with it. This program started by NABH in association with BD India Private Limited as a Public Private Partnership has become the marker of Quality in terms of infection control practices and is being viewed as a basic requirement that should be followed in all healthcare set up.I am sure this program will be used as a stepping stone by health care setups for quality initiatives and accreditation journey"

- Dr K K Kalra

CEO, NABH

Introduction : NABH Safe-ITSM

Safe-I certification program enables health care organizations in upgrading their infection control practices thereby ensuring quality care for their patients. It is increasingly being recognized by healthcare fraternity that a vibrant and functional infection control program is the cornerstone of ensuring safety and quality

Safe-I is a certification program that would help hospitals get recognized as a hospital that follows the mandated quality protocols and has a vibrant infection control program that enables safety for the patients, ensures safety for the healthcare workers and has processes that ensures that it does not generate waste that is dangerous to the community.

It is envisaged that Safe-I certification would be the parameter for judging whether the protocols, policies and processes that determine safety and quality are in place. It is also envisaged that over time Safe-I certification would be the reference point for hospitals in availing community insurance. More ....

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