The Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations (CAHO), has cooperated with Swasth to reinforce the computerized medical services environment and give quality medical care answers for each person.
CAHO is the main focus is on improving health care quality all over the country. It is a not-for-profit organization that works in line with NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers). On the other hand, Swasth was established in 2009 to focus on well-being bliss for all. It helps in improving the prosperity of the poor by giving them the scope of moderate and top-notch essential services. CAHO’s work is not limited to that. NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories) additionally gets help from the association for improving the therapeutic types of gear.
These two organizations have come together to explore innovative digital technologies and National Health Stack implementation, all to empower medical services suppliers, reasonable and quality care especially to the underprivileged section of the society. They have planned to speed on the usage of National Digital Stack and use of this platform for all over the country. CAHO and Swasth will co-operate to bring all health care centers even small clinics and nursing homes to get registered on the digital platform. This will lead them to reach a computerized system all over India.
Dr. Vijay Agarwal, President of CAHO, in a recent interview appreciated this collaboration. He also said that CAHO has been working towards advanced technology to improve quality, productivity, and patient well being. This association will help reach National Health stack goals in a limited time.
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Dr. Ajay Nair, CEO of Swasth, showed his gratitude towards this partnership with CAHO. He stated that both CAHO and Swasth will put their skill to best likely utilize and bring some standard for the digital health environment with an extraordinary spotlight on patient’s safety and security.
NITI Aayog, which replaced the Planning Commission, uncovered the blue print of National Health Stack, a mutual advanced medical care framework. It is in line with Aayushman Bharat and other healthcare programs launched by the central government.