STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Financial Commissioner, Health and Medical Education Department, Atal Dulloo on Wednesday issued strict instructions to the Chief Medical Officers (CMOs) to improve the standards of their respective institutions to meet the National Quality Assurance Standards (NQAS), Kayakalp and LaQshya targets. He was chairing a meeting to review the progress made by the identified health institutions to achieve the NQAS, Kayakalp, LaQshya, Swachh Swasth Sarvatra (SSS), Mera Aspatal targets under National Health Mission. The meeting was attended by Director Health Services, Jammu, Dr Renu Khajuria; Director Health Services, Kashmir Dr Samir Mattoo; Director (Coordination) New Medical Colleges Jammu, Dr Yashpal Sharma; Joint Director (Planning) H&ME, Madan Lal and other officials of National Health Mission. The FC directed the officers to gear up efforts to achieve the targets so that all the identified District Hospitals (DHs), Community Health Centres (CHCs) and Public Health Centres (PHCs) in J&K under (NQAS), Kayakalp and LaQshya were nationally certified by March 2020, in recognition of the high quality standards and performance. He asked the hospital managements to strive hard to score 70 % at all the three levels of assessment – internal assessment, peer assessment and external assessment – which is mandatory for NQAS certification.
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