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...
The healthcare environment has long been recognised as a reservoir for organisms and has been identified as associated with the spread of infection.
The environment in prisons and detention centres can also be a source of spread of infections to both detainees and Prison staff.
Cleaning the environment is an essential part of ensuring safe work environment for prison staff and also prevent the spread of infections such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Clostridioides difficile (formally known as Clostridium difficile, C. Diff.) among inmates.
Prison services must take essential steps to protect both inmates and staff from infection.
This is an important element of the quality of care provided, particularly as some infections have the capacity to spread due to the numbers of people sharing eating and living accommodation.
Auditing standardised definitions and then assessment against these standards to ensure consistent auditing and identification of risks.
Specifically designed for auditing Infection prevention Standards in Prisons and Detention Centres, this audit system includes:
✔ audit of inmates rooms,
✔ toilets and shower room standards,
✔ clinical / procedure room assessments,
✔ Auditing prison catering services,
✔ Cleaning Standards in communal areas
✔ Auditing Linen standards,
✔ Waste standard audits
✔ Sharps safety audits.
All our audit systems are based on best practice standards and guidelines. They are developed in consultation with Infection Prevention experts and reference the following standards and guidance:-
✔ High Impact Interventions (NHS Improvement & IPS, 2017).
✔ Guidance for Application of Standards and Recommended Practices in Primary Care Local Decontamination Units (HSE, Ireland 2016).
✔ National Standards for Residential Care Settings for Older People in Ireland (HIQA, 2016).
✔ Standard Infection Control Precautions (SIPCs) (Health Protection Scotland 2016).
✔ Scottish Health Technical Note 3 NHS Scotland waste management guidance (2015)
✔ Decontamination of linen for health and social care: Social care (DOHUK, 2015).
✔ National Guidance for Safe Management of Linen in NHS Scotland 2015).
✔ Prevention and control of infection in care home – an information resource (Health Protection Agency, 2013).
✔ Management and disposal of healthcare waste (HTM 07-01) - England 2013.
✔ Code of Practice for Decontamination of Reusable Invasive Medical Devices (HSE,2012)
✔ EPIC 3 Guidelines on prevention of HCAI in England (2012).
✔ Quality and Process Improvement tools (Infection Prevention Society (IPS, 2008).
✔ HEALTHCARE RISK WASTE (DOH, Ireland, 2010).
✔ HEALTHCARE RISK WASTE MANAGEMENT SEGREGATION PACKAGING AND STORAGE GUIDELINES WASTE (DOH, Ireland, 2010)
Because all our systems combine into one complete auditing and quality assurance system, you can seamlessly audit across acute hospitals, primary care teams, nursing homes, Dental practices, GP practices, out-patient clinics, prison services and more.
Easy to use optimised user interface
Tripled audit capacity
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