Accreditation programme for India’s hospitals targeting medical travellers


GHA and QAI will work with clinically accredited hospitals in India as a prerequisite to offering GHA accreditation for medical travel services in the region. The accreditation may be from a recognised national or international accreditation body, such as QAI or JCI.

The GHA accreditation survey will include a surveyor from each organisation using the GHA standards.

QAI will serve as GHA's local partner in India, conducting joint training, workshops and advisory services and providing information about GHA accreditation and related programmes.

Bhupendra Kumar Rana of QAI says, "There are tremendous opportunities for Indian hospitals and clinics to attract patients from overseas, both from developing and developed countries, because they offer clinical care on par with hospitals globally but are more cost effective.”



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