The United Arab Emirates (UAE), with its greater than 213 health facilities, has actually been ranked primary in the variety of internationally certified centers by the Joint Commission International (JCI), again highlighting its collection of success and indices geared to achieving the goals of the UAE Vision 2021 in order to enhance its placement on the global competition map and take the lead in several international reports and indications.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) effectively obtained global accreditation for a network of 16 university hospital in Ras Al Khaimah at once after having unique committees validate the application of JCI certification standards in pioneering and innovative solutions. The health centers likewise devoted themselves to developing finest methods in regards to top quality of clinical service, patient security and team based upon globally adopted standards and protocols.
Al Owais: We challenge the future and look forward to the centennial of the UAE
His Excellency AbdulRahman bin Mohammed Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, said that the UAE technique is based upon testing the future and making government organizations futuristic by building future versions within government techniques in the unique journey towards the UAE 2071. Establishing an affordable knowledge economic situation that sustains lasting success, and building national capabilities that drive the engine of success to place the country on the global health-care map with worldwide accreditation requirements likewise form part of the technique, he added.
H.E. also highlighted the eagerness of the sensible management to harness the potentials and resources to accomplish the sustainable advancement approach 2030 and create a health system based upon the highest possible worldwide standards in the direction of accomplishing the UAE Vision 2021 to reach the rankings of one of the most innovative countries worldwide based on the vision of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of UAE, and H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Al Olama: All national health institutions adopt a national index
H.E Dr. Mohammad Salim Al Olama, Undersecretary of the UAE Ministry of Health and Avoidance, praised the exceptional accomplishment and highlighted that innovation is the sustainable future capital of the UAE and that the Ministry remains to improve the competition of the healthcare field in the UAE and accomplish sustainability in health solutions and health safety and security. Advancement of medical plans, procedures, procedures and ideal techniques, the application of worldwide accreditation criteria for the upgrading of services provided in health institutions, and the promotion of client safety and security in the UAE with the fostering of evidence-based strategies to make certain transparency of the work of health centers were highlighted throughout the process of accreditation and application of worldwide standards.
H.E pointed that the percent of globally accredited health facilities is among the nationwide signs. The figures suggest a quick positive growth in this indication. The number of health facilities that received international accreditation in 2008 was 11, which rose rapidly to 213 approved health facilities. The relevance of this indicator emphasizes the commitment of the Ministry in taking care of this indicator as a result of its favorable impact on the renovation of health solutions and its quality in the nation, where the goal of the government is to raise all health centers in the UAE to worldwide accreditation by 2021.
Dr. Rand: Towards quality sustainability and promotion for patient satisfaction
H.E. Dr. Hussein Abdel-Rahman Rand, Assistant Undersecretary for Health Clinics and Centers, said that the leadership's passion in high quality standards and competitors for the standing of world's leading centers, supplying capacities and launching introducing methods and initiatives focused on enhancing the high quality society in health care, and getting over of difficulties and information of devices to make sure maximum compliance by healthcare suppliers with global requirements in order to ensure continual top quality and person security and concentrate on avoidance, policy and medical procedures were contributing aspects.
He emphasized that this impressive success will be mirrored positively on giving the most effective treatment and diagnostic services and improving the performance of the health centers of the Ministry after satisfying the established requirements which include all medical, technological and management aspects, assisting in individuals' accessibility to visits and health solutions and their active participation in the treatment procedure. It will certainly likewise combine and reinforce the favorable competitors between health organizations to enhance medical solutions and the facility of a culture of excellence in the facilities of the Ministry.
Al Serkal: Achieving accreditation criteria and requirements
H.E Dr. Yousif Al Serkal, Assistant Undersecretary for Hospitals, said that the standards of the Joint Commission International (JCI) includes all facets of person safety and experience while getting main health care in these centers. These requirements are designed in a way that follows the main healthcare centers, including - patient safety and security, community participation in healthcare, patient evaluation, medical diagnosis and education, senior administration and responsibilities, infection control, high quality and continuous enhancement, personnels and staff evaluation, safety and security of health facilities and medical gadgets, clinical data monitoring and health information.
The Ras Al Khaimah Health Centers that received accreditation are Ras Al Khaimah Health Center, Al Jazeera Medical Center, Alhamrania Medical Center, Saif bin Ali Medical Center, Rams Health Center, Al Jeer Health Center, Julphar Health Center, Al Dhait Medical Center, Digdaga Medical Center, Shaml Medical Center Al Mamoura Health center, Kedra Medical Center, Asfna Valley Health Center, Shuka Medical Center, Munay'i Medical Center and Family Health Promotion Center.