Organ transplant programme

Medical technology has advanced over the past few decades making patient care processes more complex than ever. Today patient care involves –

  • Multidisciplinary care involving healthcare providers e.g. doctors, nurses, physiotherapists,lab technicians, etc.
  • Safe work practices.
  • Effective administration of Drugs.
  • Compliance Processes.

Due to these aforementioned reasons, modern hospitals have become vulnerable and high-risk places which are prone to making mistakes which may result in death or severe injury to patients. This makes it necessary to have adequate safety measures and systems in place for ensuring patient safety within the hospitals. It helps in improving patient outcomes, safeguards healthcare providers from avoidable litigations.

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To ensure these elements are taken care of, the hospitals should follow these standard protocols:

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Our specialised healthcare training and skill development platform – iPC Health makes sure that hospitals are able to meet these goals by updating the staff on industry-related protocols and enhancing their know-how when it comes to organisaation safety. Our digital content & delivery solution has multiple features which can help in tracking individual or departmental training progress & receive feedback on the same. iPC Health covers a wide range of courses from quality compliance to onboarding.

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Organ transplant programme

In the past decade, there has been increasing focus on improving the quality of healthcare for better patient outcomes, which will result into the following:

  • Better quality
  • Better accessibility
  • Higher value for money

This has played a key role in the development of training programs for teaching quality improvement methods for healthcare professionals. Not only this, the industry has undergone multiple changes in terms of introduction of new healthcare standards, treatments, rehabilitation procedures, etc. every year. It is important for the healthcare professionals to keep a track of the latest trends for healthcare professionals to carry out the duties efficiently. Additionally, most hospitals & health systems view management training as means to ascend the administrative ladder.

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These reasons make it inevitable for various healthcare institutions to tailor-make training programs. However, there are certain things to keep in mind while implementing these programs for the existing workforce:

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Organ transplant programme

As per India’s National Health Profile-2019, public expenditure on health is at 1.28% of the GDP which is considered to be the lowest on a global scale. The Government is aiming at increasing this rate to 2.5% of the GDP by 2025 which seems to be an uphill struggle. One of the primary reasons behind is the out-of-pocket healthcare expenditure which makes the general masses think twice before going for the hospital treatments. Often the medical institutions are not clear about the costs of the expenses which becomes a serious cause of concern for the patients and their families.

In developed countries like the United States, consumerism has taken over the healthcare industry. Patients research to determine prices of various medical procedures before care. Therefore the healthcare providers need to focus on both quality care and positive patient financial experience. If a similar approach is adopted in India then more and more people would opt for undergoing medical treatments. Healthcare price transparency and patient financial responsibility are two major components which can improve the way the nation’s health operates. Transparency can aid patients in :

  • Take charge of their health
  • Make critical decisions about – health facility to select, doctors to visit, or price to pay for a specific set of services etc.

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There are long-term benefits for healthcare providers who offer price transparency to the patients. These are:

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Organ transplant programme

Quality of patient care is dependent on medical supplies. Healthcare service providers need to make an informed decision on how to purchase and manage these supplies for effective usage. Procurement is only one part of the management process. The others include effective storage, stock control, care, and maintenance. Medical supplies are accountable for a high proportion of health care management cost after the HR-related expenditures. Manual processes for inventory management is time consuming and subjected to human errors.

If staff spends time managing inventories in their respective hospitals and tracking usage across multiple supply locations, then these facilities will not be doing much to resolve the existing issues. They will also tend to lag in certain aspects such as preparing reports, maintaining compliance, documenting usage, and filing last-minute orders from nurses and doctors. That is why streamlining hospital inventory management and automating medical supplies and distribution is needed. The basic tips for these are:

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iPC Health platform offers courses related to this important aspect of hospital management. Training and informing staff about these protocols are important to increase the quality of healthcare treatments. Our digital content & delivery solution has multiple features which can help in tracking individual or departmental training progress & receive feedback on the same. Have a look at our existing e-courses which range from compliance to onboarding.

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COVID-19 has affected people worldwide and the situation continues to get severe every day. It is a highly contagious respiratory illness which can make people severely sick in a short span of time. Even though the symptoms for this disease can range from mild illness to pneumonia, the early indicators include:

  • Fever
  • Cough, sore throat, and fatigue
  • Shortness of breath

The first case of COVID-19 was reported in December 2019 in Wuhan city of China. Ever since then, COVID-19 has rapidly spread across many countries and posed a global threat. Nations with vulnerable healthcare systems and infrastructure are struggling to offer better patient care. On 11 March, 2020 World Health Organization (WHO) has characterised it as a pandemic disease which has infected people globally.

The number of people affected are alarming and present widespread panic. However, there are certain steps that can be taken to ensure prevention and reduce the chances of exposure. They are:

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As it is a critical time for healthcare systems all over the world, there is a need to empower medical staff and healthcare workers about COVID-19 to offer better patient care. iPC Health offers free COVID-19 Infection Control & Emergency Preparedness Programme which includes – COVID-19 ,NABH, HIC 6: Infection outbreak, HIC 2: HIC Implementation Protocol, and COP4: Community Emergencies Services lines up with this agenda. Browse through our courses and platform to empower yourselves and contribute towards delivering the best quality care.

iPC Health platform offers courses related to this important aspect of hospital management. Our digital content & delivery solution has multiple features which can help in tracking individual or departmental training progress & receive feedback on the same. Have a look at our existing online courses which range from compliance to onboarding.

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COVID19 programme

In an era of emerging and re-emerging communicable diseases, the need for infection prevention and control-related measures in a healthcare setting should not be underestimated. Transmission of pathogens is an ever-evolving topic, and hence, the transmission which causes acute respiratory diseases such as COVID-19 is no exception. The importance of administrative and environmental controls for minimizing transmission of these infections include components such as:

  • Early detection
  • Isolation and reporting
  • Establishment of infection control infrastructure
  • Adequate ventilation
  • Proper patient placement

The steps which healthcare facilities should take in order to safeguard their patients against an unforeseen pandemic are:

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iPC Health has developed a free online learning course on COVID-19 which includes:

  • HIC 6: Infection Outbreak
  • HIC 2: Implementation Protocol
  • COP4: Community Emergency services

This will aid healthcare facilities to strengthen their staff to respond to this pandemic outbreak effectively, thereby, controlling it to a large extent. We have collaborated with many industry specialists to develop this online training programme which keeps all healthcare professionals updated about the standard guidelines and help them to come up with a definite response plan.

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COVID-19 Infection Control & Emergency Preparedness Programme is an online course for healthcare professionals across India, which can be easily accessed on iPC Health App and Portal. The course primarily outlines the strategic preparedness and response plan for healthcare institutions to help them deal with COVID-19 contingency.

During such crisis, it becomes imperative for the healthcare facilities to ensure that they are prepared to manage any suspected/positive COVID-19 case. The Hospital Emergency Response Plan should ensure :

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Since the healthcare professionals are at the highest risk while treating the novel coronavirus, certain protocols need mandatory implementation in preventing the transmission like – performing hand and respiratory hygiene, using PPE while taking nasal and throat swabs, practicing safe disposal of needles and strictly adhering to environment infection and control measures.

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COP 2 : Emergency care Services

As the COVID-19 continues to evolve, healthcare facilities should create awareness among people and use all channels of communication including posters, videos, banners, messages, chatbots, etc. to help them adopt the subsequent precautionary measures to avoid the disease. The course also details out the responsibilities that hospitals should take in educating and training people on the necessary safety steps to avert the infection, such as providing information on screening codes in hospitals, filling up self-declaration health forms, detailing self-quarantine instructions, etc.

The COVID-19 module gives an overview of the disease, infection prevention protocols, hospital preparedness and stepwise care protocols to follow while handling the pandemic. Besides the COVID-19 module, the programme also offers courses on
HIC 6 : Infection Outbreak
HIC 2 : Implementation Protocol
COP 4 : Community Emergency Services

Explore these courses on our iPC Health App and Portal to experience quality learning.

iPC Health is an ideal choice for the hospitals and healthcare facilities to educate and empower their workforce on various control guidelines which could prevent the transmission of infections. It is essential to treat all patients in the healthcare facility with basic level of standard precautions to provide a high level of protection.Our digital learning, content & delivery solution has multiple features which can help in tracking individual or departmental training progress & receive feedback.

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Organ transplant programme

A healthcare facility’s primary concern should be to control the spread of diseases and to minimize health-related infections. Due to the emergence of life-threatening infections such severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), Ebola, Nipah, and others have highlighted the requirement of efficient infection control programs in all healthcare settings so that they can be implemented by the medical professionals. An infection control programme shall be considered efficient only if it restricts the spread of infection among patients and staff in the hospitals.

Additionally, a good infection control programme considerably reduces the morbidity and mortality of patients, length of their stay in the hospitals, and the cost associated with the hospital stay. These objectives can be achieved through prevention and management of infections via the application of research-based knowledge to practices. Given below are all the components of an effective hospital infection control programme:

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iPC Health is an ideal choice for the hospitals and healthcare facilities to educate and empower their workforce on various control guidelines which could prevent the transmission of infections. It is essential to treat all patients in the healthcare facility with the same basic level of standard precautions to provide a high level of protection to them, healthcare professionals, and visitors. Our digital content & delivery solution has multiple features which can help in tracking individual or departmental training progress & receive feedback on the same. Have a look at our existing e-courses which range from compliance to onboarding.

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With the threat of Coronavirus pandemic, the state of healthcare providers have become more challenging. Not only do they have to deliver proper care to the COVID-19 positive patients, but also need to take precautionary measures to protect their own staff who are in the frontline of healthcare delivery. iPC Health’s online COVID-19 prevention and preparedness training programme provides all the latest guidelines and knowledge to these healthcare professionals to help them in their mission. It includes the following courses:

  • COVID-19: Outbreak, Prevention, and Measures for Healthcare Professionals
  • HIC 6: Infection outbreak
  • HIC 2: HIC Implementation Protocol
  • COP4: Community Emergency services

We have recently updated new information in the form of COVID-19 Update 17-4-2020: Guidelines for Healthcare Professionals so that the Clinicians/Doctors can offer better care to their patients. This new update focuses on:

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Additionally, we have also formulated a COVID-19 Resource Centre along with this online training course giving Clinicians unlimited and free access to videos, blogs, WHO & CDC guidelines, etc. This resource kit has been developed with the information and knowledge collated from industry experts. It will aid healthcare facilities to know all aspects of the disease such as clinical course, diagnostic tests, management guidelines, hospital preparedness, infection prevention measures and advisory from government bodies. Get access to this free learning resource and increase your preparedness for this global pandemic.

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Organ transplant programme

The current crisis of the COVID-19 outbreak includes instances of infections amongst healthcare personnel, shortage of personal protection equipment, and many others. Hence it is essential to follow these guidelines closely:

  • Limit ways of pathogen transmission in the healthcare facility: Screen patients who show respiratory illnesses, encourage the usage of respiratory hygiene, usage of telemedicine whenever possible, limit the entry of visitors, etc.
  • Isolate patients who show symptoms of COVID-19: Patients suffering from the infection should be kept in private rooms with closed doors and private washrooms.
  • Protect healthcare professionals: Reiterate the need for hand hygiene, set up barriers to restrict contact with patients at triage, limit the number of staff who are providing care, ensure a steady supply of personal protection equipment, etc.
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    Standard precautions are applied to patients with respiratory infections. All healthcare professionals who enter the room of such patients should adhere to these precautions and use a respirator or face mask, gowns, gloves, and eye protection. The medical facilities should also make sure that they train them for:

    1. Imparting task-specific education to help them prevent the transmission of infectious agents.
    2. Practising the appropriate usage of PPE before caring for the COVID-19 patients, which includes attention to the correct use of PPE and prevention of contamination of clothing, skin, and environment while removing these pieces of equipment.

    To achieve these aims, iPC Health is offering a free of cost COVID-19 Infection Prevention & Control Programme which includes the following courses –

     

  • HIC 6: Infection outbreak
  • HIC 2: Implementation Protocol
  • COP4: Community Emergency services
  • These learning resources have been formulated by Industry experts and increase the competency of the medical staff to safeguard against transmission of disease-causing pathogens in hospitals. Additionally, it facilitates the hospitals to come up with their own response plan which would enhance their overall patient care.

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With the global pandemic affecting lives and health, medical professionals are doing everything they can to battle this pandemic. Training them with the latest insights from the healthcare industry is imperative to prepare them in this battle and enhance their competency when it comes to patient care. iPC Health has kept this objective in mind while innovating its platform and digital training programmes to make learning flexible and accessible to all.

We have added some new features which will help the healthcare facility users and admins to experience a better learning environment. These are:

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We are also introducing a number of new online courses for the healthcare professionals to boost their emergency preparedness and response. These courses are:

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iPC Health is a digital content and learning delivery solution designed for hospitals to improve healthcare outcomes by fulfilling the training, development and compliance needs of healthcare professionals. iPC Health covers a wide range of courses from quality compliance to onboarding.

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Organ transplant programme

Infection prevention and control has always been a prerequisite in delivering effective care in healthcare organisations. However, the current pandemic crisis has made it even more necessary to get medical staff trained on the same to contain the situation. As we all know that the most common complication of healthcare management is healthcare associated infection. It leads to:

 

  • Increased patient mortality & morbidity
    Long term disability
  • Additional costs on health systems
  • Length of hospital stay
  • Increased expenditures with regards to hospital stay.

 

An effective infection prevention and control is a must to offer high quality treatment for patients and a safe working environment for medical personnel. Minimizing the risk of spread of infection to patients and staff in hospitals, with the implementation of a good infection control programme should be an important aspect for healthcare facilities. The main purpose of staff training on the HIC programme and practices are as follows:

 

  • Stay aware of the importance of infection control and preventive measures & instances of HAIs.
  • Understand various common infections, their modes of transmissions, & health impacts.
  • Maintain a safe medical environment for oneself and the others via usage of PPE & reporting incidents related to infection.

 

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With iPC Health’s Hospital Infection Control course modules, hospital staff can acquire more knowledge and train themselves on important aspects such as –

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Amidst this rapidly increasing numbers of COVID-19 positive cases in the country, it is imperative that healthcare professionals know all the latest developments with regards to controlling and containing this pandemic within the medical facilities. iPC Health’s mission is to help them by imparting online training which is important for their safety and well-being.

Medical personnels who are at the frontline against this pandemic are working day in and out to keep everyone else safe and it is important that they keep themselves safe while doing so. Keeping this objective to educate and enlighten the healthcare professionals, iPC Health conducted a webinar and based on that we have introduced a free online course on
COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness in terms of Infection Prevention and Control Protocols.

This webinar was conducted by Dr. Savitha Nagaraj, HOD & Professor, Department of Microbiology, St. John’s Medical College & Hospital and covers important aspects such as:

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With these nuggets of information, any healthcare facility will be able to strengthen its responsiveness and treat patients effectively at the same time. Based on the webinar iPC Health has created this free online course which can be accessed by anyone on the go. It also gives the learners the chance to listen to distinguished speakers who have knowledge and information about various aspects when it comes to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, as well as about the Healthcare Industry.

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