NABH Accreditation Standards for Dental Healthcare Service Providers have been outlined in two parts: (A) patient centered standards & (B) organisation centered standards. Here we shall discussed the second chapter of patient centered standards.
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NABH Accreditation Standards for Dental Health Care Providers have been outlined in two parts: (A) & (B). Each part has been divided into 5 chapters.
(A) Patient Centered Standards
- Access, Assessment and Continuity of Care (AAC)
- Care of Patients (COP)
- Management of Dental Material and Medication (MOM)
- Patient Rights and Education (PRE)
- Hospital Infection Control (HIC)
National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers (NABH) has laid down Accreditation Standards for Dental Healthcare Service Providers (DHSP). The entities that can apply for are dental teaching institutions, dental hospitals and clinics. The NABH dental standards have been laid down keeping the Indian beliefs and working environment in mind. The board has laid down the standards that focus on