Accreditation of ophthalmic clinics
Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine responsible for the treatment of diseases of the eye and its appendages. It is a medical and surgical specialty.
EuroMedi will accredit facilities mostly called "ophthalmic clinics" or "eye clinics". These clinics mainly receive patients for surgery in the context of chronic conditions diagnosed for regulated surgery. They also receive patients referred in the context of non-adjusted pathologies either in relative urgency (retinal detachment or glaucoma) or in actual urgency (traumatic pathology, acute glaucoma, infectiology ....)
Through this internationally recognised European accreditation process you will be able to :
- Improving care management
- Minimising risks
- Reduce costs and increase efficiency
- Increase your income
- Attracting new patients
- Building patient loyalty
- Attracting qualified staff
- Showing your competence to the supervisory authorities
- Increase your visibility and awareness
- Become a reference in your sector of activity
The specificity of a mono-disciplinary situation makes it possible to bring together on the same site all the elements necessary for the diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and monitoring of ocular diseases, which is fundamental given the significant material requirements for specialized activities.
The Accreditation process will therefore examine :
1. the conduct of ophthalmological consultations, taking into account in particular
2. reception and care of the patient
3. the care of patients through their care pathway
4. emergency management
5. Dispensing and administration of medicines, products and medical devices used
6. compliance with infection control rules
A specific guide has been developed to accredit ophthalmic clinics
This guide includes the following elements:
- Team management
- Medication management
- Infection control
- Reception and support of patients
- Emergency management
- Perioperative care
- Infrastructure management
This accreditation will allow you to stand out and give your patients confidence. Especially new patients and patients from other regions or countries.
If you have many patients from other countries, a specific module on the management of foreign patients will be part of the guide. This will set you apart from other clinics and ensure that your patients receive a quality service.