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accreditation and medical service providers in medical tourism

Accreditation is the best way to ensure strict external evaluation. and as medical tourism is a worldwide phenomenon, and attention to the issues such as quality of treatment, accreditation and certification of hospitals are increasing.

As medical tourism grows to become a worldwide phenomenon, increasing attention is being paid to issues such as quality of treatment, accreditation and certification of hospitals, clinics and agencies involved in the sector. so accreditation plays a key role in this business. 

 
A feature of good governance of health systems is the demonstration of its effectiveness, efficiency and quality to users, the community and funders. Countries have taken different approaches to ensuring
quality and improving standards in health care services.
Accreditation of health care systems is increasingly seen as an approach to ensuring health standards in both private and public system for financing and provision of health care. In recent decades, the quality movement that has been embraced by the service and manufacturing sectors has spilled into the health care sector. The fundamental quality assurance and improvement theories from Joseph Juran and Edwards Deming, as well as the comprehensive quality management approaches of Total Quality Management (TQM) and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI), are finding their way into the daily operations of health care organizations around the world. The collection of these factors has created a climate in which decision makers at all levels are seeking objective quality evaluation data on health care organizations.
accreditation and certification are systems available to meet the need for quality and performance information. These systems have different purposes and different capabilities. 
 In a various industries, accreditation is recognized as a symbol of quality, indicating that the organization meets certain performance standards, and provides an opportunity for that organization to evaluate their operation against national or international standards. Accreditation is widespread in industry and education and there are many lessons for the health sector, air safety, food safety, and childcare.
In broad terms accreditation usually involves a voluntary program, frequently sponsored by a non-governmental agency, in which trained external peer reviewers evaluate a health care organization's
compliance with pre-established performance standards. 

 

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By: مهشید معینی


مهشید  معینی

کارشناس ارشد مدیریت بیمارستان مدیر عامل شرکت سریر سلامت مهام، نماینده شرکت تموس آلمان در ایران