National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) is a board of the Quality Council of India, that has been set up to establish and operate accreditation programmes for healthcare organisations.
A hospital is always surrounded by policies and procedures for ensuring enhanced accountability and accuracy. However, human error is still possible, and 100% perfection never exists in the world. Though hospitals follow strict procedures and guidelines, there are still some weak spots that need to be identified and often overlooked by the hospital management.
With the ever-increasing demand for better healthcare facilities, it is becoming difficult for hospitals to keep up with the demand. As new hospitals are coming up, the infrastructure evolves more complex with new protocols and technical upgrades.
Ongoing global circumstances have changed the way we live our lives. They have affected hospitals and healthcare services as well, due to which the healthcare sector has experienced a paradigm shift in their entire management system. The pandemic has become the ultimate reason behind the world-wide acceptance of digital and virtual health care.
Healthcare industry deals with health improvement of patients by providing them with preventive, curative, and therapeutic assistance. This industry has seen a drastic growth in recent years which will inevitably continue to grow in the future. To flourish vehemently, the entire structure needs several drivers like technical innovations, accreditations, medicine updates, healthcare quality management software systems, data management systems, and patient-centered reforms.