A stakeholder approach towards hospital accreditation in India.

@article{Nandraj2001ASA,
  title={A stakeholder approach towards hospital accreditation in India.},
  author={S Nandraj and Abhay Khot and Suraj Menon and Ruair{\'i} Brugha},
  journal={Health policy and planning},
  year={2001},
  volume={16 Suppl 2},
  pages={70-9}
}
Accreditation has been recommended as a mechanism for assuring the quality of private sector health services in low-income countries, especially where regulatory systems are weak. A survey was conducted in Mumbai, India, in 1997-98 to elicit the views of the principal stakeholders on the introduction of accreditation and what form it should take. There was a high level of support for the classical features: voluntary participation, a standards-based approach to assessing hospital performance… CONTINUE READING

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