AT News Report
KABUL: The French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children (FMIC) on Saturday held its 9th quality improvement and patient safety convention to foster healthcare facility.
FMIC has annually sponsored the quality and patient safety convention, which showcases Afghan health professionals’ high capacity for critical thinking and resolve for quality healthcare.
The theme for this year’s convention was “100 years of quality” to appreciate the work of professionals for maintaining quality in their routine work and service delivery.
Around 200 healthcare professionals have attended the convention to discuss quality issues in healthcare and solutions in the aspect. A total of 15 quality projects were presented on a wide range of quality related issues of public and private healthcare settings in Afghanistan.
Head of Diagnostic Hospitals of Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) Dr. Nezamudin Jalil said that following five years plan for healthcare quality improvement MoPH has struggled its best to seek ways to foster quality in hospital across the country.
Speaking at 9th quality improvement and patient safety convention beside quality improvement, Jalil said the ministry has been struggling to pave the ground for simple access of people to health clinics nationwide.
He said that also efforts on card to control selling of low quality medicine in the cities.
Head of Quality Assurance Department of FMIC, Abdul Tawab Baryali said that FMIC is committed to deliver healthcare facility with a better quality to patients.
Quality improvement and patient safety convention is one the program, which held each year since 2011 by the FMIC in order to boost up quality of healthcare, he added.