When you choose Medical Audits technology systems you will triple your auditing capacity, drive improvements in compliance and provide safer, better patient care
Robust leadership in infection prevention and control is essential for effective decision-making, efficient use of resources and ensuring the provision of high quality, safe, effecitve, person-centred care (HIS, 2015)
Every year over 300,000 patients in England acquire a healthcare associated infection whilstin hospital. These infections cost the NHS more than £1 billion a year
When you choose Medical Audits technology system for hand hygiene you get to save staff costs and bed days and much more...
At Medical audits we have a team of experienced healthcare professionals including Infection Prevention Professionals with decades of experience in preparing for and delivering HIQA inspections.
We can help you ensure you are ready for your next HIQA inspection by:-
Hygiene Services Co-ordinator
Sligo University Hospital
Saolta University Health Care Group
In consultation with Medical Audits training division, we developed a train the trainer programme to suit our specific needs and resources.
As hygiene services co-ordinator, I can say this course comes highly recommended . We realise the outcome of the training will have a hugely positive impact on cleaning services and the standard of cleaning throughout the whole hospital.
We found the whole experience fabulous and everyone really enjoyed the expertly delivered mix of laughter, real life examples and best practice standards in the learning process
Hospitals' need to monitor and measure their performance using a range of Key Performance
Indicators (KPIs). These include compliance audit results for practice such as Hand hygiene and Invasive device management as well as patient outcomes such as surgical site surveillance and blood stream infection surveillance data.
We can assist you with ongoing prospective surveiilance systems.
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is an independent authority established in 2007 with the remit to "drive high quality and safe care for people using our health and social care services in Ireland"(HIQA, 2007)
"HIQA’s role is to develop standards, inspect and review health and social care services and support informed decisions on how services are delivered"(HIQA, 2016).
The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) main aim is to ensure safe effective care, safeguarding service users and staff by assessing, licencing and guiding organisations to provide a safe and quality services where ever care is delivered.
The Health Information and Quality Authority’s (HIQA) mandate extends across a specified range of public, private and voluntary sector services.