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Blood bank accreditation

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  • 1. BLOOD BANK ACCREDITATION
    … A tool for quality improvement
  • 2. What is Blood Bank Accreditation?
    23-Jun-09
    Accreditation of Blood Banks
    • Accreditation is a voluntary process. Its standards are usually regarded as optimal and achievable.
    • 3. It provides a visible commitment by an organization to improve the quality of and safety of collecting, processing, testing, transfusion and distribution of blood and blood products.
    • 4. Accreditation has gained worldwide attention as an effective quality evaluation and management tool.
    • 5. The focus of accreditation is on continuous improvement in the organization by assesses the quality and operational systems in place within the facility. It is not just the achievement of a certificate or award or merely assuring compliance with minimum acceptable standards.
    • 6. Accreditation focuses on learning, self development, improved performance and reducing risk.
    Definition - “A self-assessment and external peer assessment process used by health care
    organizations to accurately assess their level of performance in relation to established standard and then to implement ways to continuously improve it”.
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  • 7. Why Accreditation?
    • Blood banks/ blood centres are an integral part of health care system. Accreditation would be the single most important approach for improving the quality of blood banks.
    • 8. It is a Public Recognition of the achievement of accreditation standards by an organization, demonstrated through an independent external peer assessment of that organization's level of performance in relation to the standards.
    • 9.  Attract good customers.
    • 10. To envisage a fundamental change in the technical procedures of service delivery, in the appropriate use of available technologies, in the integration of relevant knowledge, in the way the resources are used, and in the efforts to ensure social participation.
    • 11. Helps improve effectiveness, efficiency and in cost containment, and accountability by reducing errors and increasing safety in the system.
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  • 12. Driving Factors for Accreditation
    • Consumer Protection Act
    • 13. Clinical Establishment Act
    • 14. Insurance Companies regulation
    • 15. Empanelment by CGHS, ECHS, Corporate etc.
    • 16. Community Awareness & Response
    • 17. Medical Tourism
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  • 18. 23-Jun-09
    Benefits of Accreditation
    Benefits for Users/ Patients/ Donors
    • Accreditation results in improving the quality and safety of collection, processing, testing, transfusion and distribution of blood and blood products.
    • 19. Accreditation ensures that all services are provided by credential medical staff and their rights are respected and protected.
    • 20. Users/ patients/ donors satisfaction are regularly evaluated.
    Ref:- www.nabh.org
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  • 21.
    • Improves public trust that the organization is concerned for patient safety and quality of care
    • 22. Accreditation to a blood bank/ blood centre stimulates continuous improvement.
    • 23. Proactively prevent problems from occurring.
    • 24. Maximize customer satisfaction.
    • 25. It enables blood bank/ blood centre in demonstrating commitment to quality. It raises community confidence in the services provided by the blood bank/ blood centre.
    • 26. It also provides opportunity to blood bank/ blood centre to benchmark with the best.
    Ref:- www.nabh.org
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    Benefits of Accreditation
    Benefits for Blood banks/ blood centres
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  • 27.
    • The staff in an accredited blood bank/ blood centre is satisfied lot as it provides for continuous learning, good working environment and leadership.
    • 28. Defines key interfaces between processes, departments and staff.
    • 29. Provides a safe and efficient work environment that contributes to worker satisfaction
    • 30. Improves overall professional development of all the staff.
    Ref:- www.nabh.org
    23-Jun-09
    Benefits of Accreditation
    Benefits for Staff
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  • 31. Accreditation Authority in India
    • Started in India in the year 2005 by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH).
    • 32. NABH is a constituent board of Quality Council of India (QCI) set up to establish and operate accreditation programme for healthcare organizations.
    • 33. QCI is an Autonomous body jointly set up by the Government of India and Indian industries to establish and operate National Accreditation Structure.
    • 34. The board while being supported by all stakeholders including industry, consumers, government, has full functional autonomy in its operations.
    • 35. Since its inception, NABH has received nearly 87 applications from various hospitals for accreditation, out of which 20 hospitals have been granted accreditation and others are in different stages of processing.
    Ref:- www.nabh.org
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  • 36. NABH Accreditation Blood Banks
    23-Jun-09
    • DattajiBhale Blood Bank, Akola (certified)
    • 37. Lokamanya Blood Bank, Thane (in process)
    • 38. Marathwada Blood Bank, Aurangabad (in process)
    • 39. Alpana Blood Bank, Nashik (in process)
    Ref:- www.nabh.org
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  • 40. Main clauses of NABH Standard for Blood Banks
    23-Jun-09
    Ref:- www.nabh.org
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  • 41. Service profile of Trinity
    23-Jun-09
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  • 42. Trinity Methodology
    23-Jun-09
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  • 43. Why Trinity Consulting Services?
    • Modest size company working in Management Systems domain for the past 3 years.
    • 44. Our consultants have decades of cumulative experience in the design and implementations of Management Systems (MS) in various industries (Dairy, Meat, Fish, Agro- Processing, Healthcare, Engineering, etc.);
    • 45. Established work execution & delivery process.
    • 46. Speed and agility (response time).
    • 47. Local language, local culture, local responsibility, but global quality.
    • 48. Proven capability of working with large corporate organizations.
    • 49. Competent staff for backup to speed up projects.
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  • 50. 23-Jun-09
    THANK YOU
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