As per the reference notification (Ref notification: IRDA/HLT/REG/CIR/146/07/2016 dated 29.07.2016) by INSURANCE REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF INDIA, it is now going to be mandatory for all small and big hospitals and healthcare organizations to get at least entry-level NABH accreditation, in order to continue their insurance tie-ups and to continue providing cashless services.
According to the notification, all “All such providers offering cashless services for allopathic treatment shall meet with the pre-accreditation entry level standards laid down by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) or such other standards or requirements as may be specified by the Authority”.
The time is running out as the deadline is getting nearer and with little time to prepare for the implementation of NABH, anxiety resonates within the medical fraternity. For most hospitals and doctors, the biggest barrier to NABH accreditation is the rare availability of experienced and skilled consultants, who can assist them, and the higher charges demanded by the eligible consultants.
Medigence Solutions, and Private limited company, with over 10 years of NABH consulting experience, has come up with a great plan to bridge the gap and remove the barriers for healthcare providers, enabling and motivating them to adapt NABH entry level accreditation. Medigence has come up with the idea of NABH club, through which multiple hospitals can club together to share resources, and Medigence’s consulting services, which will substantially bring down the consulting cost, to be invested by the doctors and hospitals.
Any small or big hospital, who wants to get NABH accredited, can go to Medigence Solutions website – www.TheMedigence.com, and can click on “NABH CLUB” link given in the menu. After entering your details, Medigence executive team will contact you within few hours, and will personally coordinate the rest.
A portfolio of clients and case studies will be provided on request during or after a personal meeting. The consulting charges are going to be substantially low, if a hospital joins the NABH club before 30th August. There are only few positions left and therefore hospitals are requested to confirm their membership in the club as quickly as possible