ISQUA

AcronymDefinition
ISQUAInternational Society for Quality in Health Care
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The company's President, Elizabeth Ziemba, adds: "As one of the 14 regional offices for Temos, we are very proud of the ISQua / IEEA's surveyors' feedback which highlighted Temos' inclusion of cultural diversity as well as its exceptional detailed infection prevention and control standards."
"ISQua, through its 30 years of experience, seeks to develop health care professionals' capabilities.
International Journal for Quality in Health Care: Journal of the International Society for Quality in Health Care / ISQua, 8(5), 499-504.
The second would be to seek accreditation from international agencies and/or upgrade regional standards to meet international ones like ISQua. Dubai is ahead of its peers in this regard; as part of the seven-year UAE national agenda, only healthcare services with the required accreditations will be allowed to practice in the future.
NABH is an institutional member of International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) as well as member of ISQua Accreditation Council.
DOHA QATAR has won the bid to host the 32nd International Society for Quality in Health Care Conference (ISQua) in 2015, an official from the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) said on Sunday.
When we talk about world-class healthcare certification or accreditation for hospitals and other healthcare facilities, we usually refer to accrediting bodies like JCI, NABH International, Accreditation Canada and others that are affiliated with the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua).
In 2007, JCI received accreditation by ISQua, a non-profit, independent organization with members in more than 70 countries.
It has more sets of standards accredited by the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) than any other health care accrediting body in the world and advises the World Health Organization (WHO) on patient safety and quality issues.
At the close of the conference a session dedicated to decision makers gathered the IHI (the Institute of Health Care Improvement), WHO, ISQua, NHS, and the Palestinian health ministry to set a new direction for health care quality.