Healthcare Accreditation

AAA Accreditation for Health care sector is granted for Hospitals and healthcare facilities that provide care for patients with short length of stay less than 24 hours; this care may be general or specialized, urgent or planned. The services provided in settings such as dialysis centers, day surgery centers, private clinics (i.e. Solo medical care practice), polyclinics, dental care centers, ophthalmology centers, community pharmacies, Medical Travel Providers and others.

AAA provides accreditation to Health care sector according to the ISQua guidelines and principles for the development of health and social care standards. 5th. Edition version 1.0, September 2018

AAA is a member of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) , has been working to improve the quality and safety of health care worldwide for over 30 years through education, knowledge sharing, external evaluation, supporting health systems worldwide and connecting like-minded people through the health care networks of health care professionals spans over 70 countries and 6 continents. ISQua’s members are continually working towards quality improvement in health care around the world.


Healthcare accreditation offers numerous benefits to healthcare organizations, patients, and the overall healthcare system. Accreditation involves an external evaluation of a healthcare facility’s quality, safety, and compliance with established standards. Here are some of the key benefits:

Accreditation encourages healthcare organizations to continuously improve their processes, services, and patient care. It provides a structured framework for identifying areas that need enhancement and implementing strategies to achieve higher quality outcomes.

Accreditation standards often emphasize patient safety measures and protocols. Adhering to these standards helps reduce medical errors, preventable complications, and adverse events, ultimately leading to better patient outcomes.

Accreditation signifies a commitment to quality and patient safety, which can enhance the reputation of healthcare organizations. Patients, their families, and referring physicians are more likely to have confidence in a facility that has achieved accreditation.
Accreditation helps standardize processes and practices across healthcare facilities. This consistency leads to more predictable and reliable care delivery, regardless of the specific facility a patient visits
Accreditation encourages ongoing staff education and training. Healthcare professionals are more likely to be engaged in their work when they understand the importance of adherence to quality and safety standards.
Implementing best practices and standardized procedures can lead to improved operational efficiency and cost savings. Streamlining processes and reducing waste can have a positive impact on the organization’s bottom line.
Accreditation promotes a systematic approach to identifying and mitigating risks. This can include everything from infection control to proper documentation, reducing the organization’s exposure to legal and financial risks.
Accreditation provides assurance to various stakeholders, including patients, families, regulatory bodies, insurers, and investors, that the organization is committed to maintaining high standards of care.
Accreditation fosters a culture of continuous improvement within the organization. Regular assessments and feedback from accrediting bodies encourage organizations to seek out areas for enhancement and adapt to evolving best practices.
The accreditation process often involves sharing best practices and learning from other accredited organizations. This collaboration can lead to the adoption of innovative strategies and ideas that improve patient care.
Achieving accreditation often helps healthcare organizations remain compliant with various local, national, and international regulations and guidelines.
Accredited healthcare organizations demonstrate a commitment to accountability and transparency. They are more likely to openly share their performance data and quality metrics with the public.

Accreditation Process

The healthcare facility undergoes an examination of its systems, processes, and performance by peer reviewers or surveyors to ensure that all is conducted in a manner that meets applicable predetermined and published standards. Before the external evaluation, i.e., the survey visit, the healthcare facility is expected to conduct a comprehensive self-assessment to decide on the level of its preparedness and how far or how close it is from achieving full compliance with the standards. Accreditation, therefore, represents a public recognition by the healthcare accreditation body of satisfactory achievement of accreditation standards by a healthcare facility.

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