What is certification? The formal procedure for medical institutions
Certification is an expert evaluation of a company’s ability to produce products or services in accordance with the requirements. A certificate is a document that certifies the compliance of an object with the requirements of standards and the terms of contracts. The certificate of conformity is a form of the registration number and stamp of theauthorized person. It is issued in a single copy.
The main purpose of the mandatory certification of goods (works, services) is to confirm their safety of life, the health of the consumer, the environment, and to prevent damage to the property of the consumer. Voluntary certification is carried out at the initiative of the applicants (manufacturers, sellers) in order to confirm the conformity of products (services) with the requirements of standards, technical conditions, and other documents that the applicant has determined.
Certification of medical institutions
allows you to assess the main indicators of the hospitals/clinics: from the quality of medical care to the personnel management system. The goal of this process is not only to assess quality in itself but also to find ways to improve quality. In many countries, the certification of medical institutions is carried out at the national level by a specially authorized state body. In countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and Canada, this procedure is carried out by non-governmental.