Institutional Healthcare Accreditation
Provides Healthcare Centers the tool to identify the key areas of improvement and to define the best investment and quality policies, which guarantees the highest impact on the final service provided. This outcome is achieved through the Health Quality Algorithm System (HQAS) which numerically quantifies the level of quality of each of the studied departments. The system compares the results obtained by the center with the industry average, allowing Healthcare centers to know its relative level of quality.
Achieving OCA accreditation demonstrates your commitment to safety and high quality care. It helps to improve your organization’s visibility with networks and payor. It reduces your organization’s risk exposure and provides an opportunity to negotiate lower liability insurance rates. OCA accreditation may help your organization attract and retain qualified staff as well as help your business stand out when the patients are seeking a facility for their care.
The accreditation services offered are:
- Primary Healthcare Accreditation: evaluate those centers that provide basic medical service.
- Secondary Healthcare Accreditation: evaluate those centers that provide an advanced medical service, including major surgeries (excluding transplant or cardiothoracic surgery)
- Super-specialty Healthcare Accreditation: evaluate those centers that provide advanced medical service, including major surgeries and specialties.