[ROJ-TPOR] Hospital Accreditation – Benefits, Goals and Objectives
What are the benefits of hospital accreditation?
What are the goals and objectives of having a hospital accreditation?
There are a lot of benefits that can be derived from hospital accreditation. Some can be considered as major benefits and some, as minor benefits. Some can be considered as primary benefits and others, as off-shoots of the primary, or secondary. These benefits are translatable to goals and objectives of having a hospital accreditation.
The overarching major primary benefit or goal is to promote the business development program of the hospital so as to make it viable and sustainable.
The secondary benefits or objectives can and should be the following:
1. To use the accreditation project as an assessment tool on hospital performance as well as a change management tool.
1.1 To identify and institute areas of improvement towards excellence with the help of the hospital accreditation project.
1.2 To educate the staff on performance excellence with the help of the hospital accreditation project
2.To increase the hospital’s credibility and to demonstrate its accountability to the community using an attained hospital accreditation.
2.1 To enhance the hospital reputation so as to attract more clients utilizing its services.
2.2 To increase its leverage with the potential partners and collaborators in the health care industry using the attained hospital accreditation.