Professional Training Diploma of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCI – CBAHI – Canadian)

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Upon completion of this course, the trainees will be able to:

  • Know the benefits of Accreditation
  • Understand the Standards and Measurable  Elements of the Accreditation Standards for  Hospitals
  • Explain the most challenging and difficult standards
  • Implement needed measures to comply with Accreditation Standards for Hospitals
  • Explain the activities that take place during a survey
  • Conduct tracers in your own hospital or facility

COURSE CONTENTS:

Day 1:

  • Introduction
  • Overview on JCI Accreditation Standards
  • Accreditation Journey

Day 2:

  • IPSG (International Patient safety Goals)

Day 3:

  • ACC (Access to Care & Continuity of Care)

Day 4:

  • PCC (Patient- Centered Care)

Day 5:

  • AOP (Assessment of Patients)

Day 6:

  • COP (Care of Patients)

Day 7:

  • ASC (Anesthesia & Surgical Care)
  • FOCUS-PDCA workshop

Day 8:

  • MMU (Medication Management & Use)

Day 9:

  • QPS (Quality Improvement & Patient Safety)
  • KPIs development workshop

Day 10:

  • QPS part2

Day 11:

  • PCI (Prevention & Control of Infection)

Day 12:

  • GLD (Governance, Leadership & Direction)

Day 13:

  • FMS (Facility Management & Safety)

Day 14:

  • SQE (Staff Qualifications & Education)

Day 15:

  • MOI (Management of Information)
  • Policies & Procedures development workshop

Day 16:

  • Survey Process from A to Z
  • Tracer Methodology workshop

Day 17:

  • CBAHI standards Gap Analysis part1

Day 18:

  • Canadian standards Gap Analysis part1

Day 19:

  • Canadian standards Gap Analysis part2

Day 20:

  • Project Discussion 

 

Accreditation is a process of review that allows healthcare organizations to demonstrate their ability to meet regulatory requirements and standards established by a recognized accreditation organization such as JCI – Canadian - CBAHI. There is a great deal of preparatory work leading up to a survey and then subsequent performance and improvement work is done to ensure those accreditation standards are maintained. Organizations that achieve and maintain accreditation are dedicated to providing their patients.

 

The Presentation, supplied documents, and workshop exercises of the course are in English, however, oral explanation is Bilingual (English and Arabic).

 

Course Duration:

20 lectures within  6 months – once per week

By the end of this course, trainees will receive two accredited certificates after passing discussion of (Graduation Applied project) of 50 marks, the two certificates are:

  1. Accredited Certificate of Completion of: “Professional Training Diploma of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCI – CBAHI – Canadian) (80 training hours) From Knowledge & Human Development Authority (KHDA) of Dubai Government
  2. Accredited Certificate of Completion of: “Professional Training Diploma of Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCI – CBAHI – Canadian) (80 training hours) From (Initiative Management Consultancy) at UAE