NABH CERTIFICATION OF ABDM HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS – Draft Standards
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR COMMENTS ON DRAFT NABH CERTIFICATION OF ABDM HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS (CAHS-1)
Announcement from NABH
National Health Authority (NHA) in collaboration with National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) and Quality Council of India (QCI) has initiated a project, ‘Certification of ABDM Health Solutions – V1.0’ (CAHS-1) to certify HMIS/LMIS/Clinic solutions that have been integrated within Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) Sandbox. This ensures that essential features are provided to support integrated digital healthcare. The first draft of the standards is ready and is being placed for the comments, suggestions, objections by the stakeholders. The comments are invited on the following link.
Feedback form: https://forms.gle/4CY35qrY5WEndvWr5
The draft standards are available on the following links:
1. First version of HMIS essential features
2. First version of LMIS essential features
3. First version of Clinics essential features
The last date for receiving comments is 8th February 2023.
Source – https://nabh.co/Announcement/Public%20Notice%20for%20NABH%20Certification%20Of%20ABDM%20Healthcare%20Solutions%20(CAHS%20-1).pdf
Do refer the draft standards and share your feedback .
NHA issues hardware guidelines for healthcare institutions at State/ UT level to facilitate effective implementation of Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission
The National Health Authority (NHA) issued hardware guidelines across States and Union Territories for healthcare institutions like hospitals, clinics and health and wellness centres to promote digitization in hospitals.
The guidelines provide a basic framework to States/UTs for planning, assessment and procurement of the IT hardware (including IT specifications of various hardware equipment) to operate applications compliant with Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM).
The guidelines on the IT hardware specifications to support this ecosystem is available at https://abdm.gov.in:8081/uploads/Hardware_Guidelines_ABDM_e162cf7a7b.pdf. The document will help the States/ UTs in assessing the hardware requirements while planning and procurement of IT assets for healthcare institutions of all scales.
The guidelines published by NHA is suggestive and recommendatory in nature. States/UTs and the health facilities have the flexibility to modify these guidelines based on local requirements and circumstances.
Source: Posted On: 22 AUG 2022 4:17PM by PIB Delhi
source link: https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetailm.aspx?PRID=1853603
National Health Authority (NHA) joins hands with Quality Council of India (QCI) to accredit ABDM compliant healthcare solutions like HMIS/LMIS
The National Health Authority (NHA) has onboarded the Quality Council of India (QCI) for six months to accredit and rate HMIS (Health Management Information System)/ LMIS (Laboratory Information Management System) solutions that have integrated with Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM).
NABH will undertake the responsibility of accrediting and rating the ABDM compliant solutions on various parameters, including ease of usage, user interface, pricing, number of modules/features and value for money/pricing so that prospective purchasers may get credible information.
The purpose of this initiative is to encourage innovations by streamlining delivery of health tech services in a significant way. To develop a framework to ensure that ABDM compliant digital healthcare solutions are accredited and rated and to adequate information is available to consumers for choosing one solution over another.
Accredited health tech solutions will help healthcare organizations manage their patient journeys and business more methodically in accordance with ABDM standards. And ultimately, this initiative will help the citizens of India get better and more timely healthcare and help India become one of the leaders in digitization of healthcare in the world”
This accreditation exercise will be conducted in a phased manner. Phase I shall focus on accreditation and rating of HMIS solutions successfully integrated with ABDM. Subsequent phases shall include other subjective parameters and other categories of healthcare solutions like LMIS, Health Lockers, Health Tech,PHR (Personal Health Records) apps etc.
Source : Posted On: 04 AUG 2022 6:12PM by PIB Delhi