The first step on path to quality accreditation is to conduct a feasibility study of the hospital/ nursing home/ clinic/ dental facility etc to find out the feasibility for going ahead with the QMS planning, development and implementation. This is a 1-2 days study in which BOC helps the top management in assessing the possibility of going ahead with quality accreditation process by considering the major factors and shortcomings of the healthcare facility in the light of quality standards to be applied. The outcome is the decision on the next step of going in for Detailed Gap Analysis as per the applicable quality standard and the allocation of resources and manpower for the quality project.
Proper estimation of feasibility requires a detailed interaction with top management of the hospital for assessing and considering their view point on quality accreditation, to take up a complete round of the hospital and check for major documentation part that may require proper handling during the gap analysis and to have common understanding on the future steps to accreditation.
BOC provides this service as a support programme for decision making for the top management before taking the major step towards QMS implementation by the hospital. This service is provided at a nominal cost by BOC.