The Quality Indicators are a set of measures that provide a perspective on hospital quality of care using hospital administrative data. These indicators reflect quality of care inside the hospital, capacity utilization, and help to determine how well is the other non-clinical processes seamlessly integrate with the mainstream system of delivering quality patient-care.
- Enable us to identify potential problem areas that might need further study.
- Provide the opportunity to assess quality of care inside the hospital using administrative data.
We have instituted various sets of indicators which are broadly of the types structure, process and outcomes indicators which help as a guide to monitor, assess and improve the quality of patient care, support services, and organizational functions affecting patient outcomes.
Within the facility we utilize a healthcare team to make improvements in the following areas:
- Patient Safety
- Pain Management
- Medication Administration Process
- Patient Flow Efficiency Throughout The Hospital
- Patient Satisfaction
Multiple areas are monitored to evaluate processes and outcomes. Some examples include :
- Reduced infection rates
- International Patient Safety Goals
- Resuscitation Practices and Outcomes
- Medication safety
- Standardization of medical records
- Improved surgical care
- Improved ALOS (Average Length of Stay)
- Reduced mortality