New Delhi: Dr. Vijay Agarwal, President, Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations, gets “QIMPRO PLATINUM STANDARD” Award 2019 for HEALTHCARE. With this Dr Agarwal levels the status of a national Statesman for quality and excellence with global footprints.
Qimpro Foundation handed him the honour on 13th November, 2019 in Mumbai. Dr Agarwal’s crusade for quality continuum has greatly enhanced the safety and care of the patients in India. His commitment to vision to raise the bar of Indian Health Care Organizations is being roundly commended.
Qimpro Awards was conceptualized in 1989 by Dr. J. M. Juran, the Quality Guru, to recognize individual excellence in quality management. The awards were commenced by recognizing leaders and facilitators in business with the Qimpro Gold Standard and Qimpro Silver Standard respectively in four categories – Education, Healthcare, Business, and Environment.
A Qimpro Platinum Standard awardee is the one who is a National Statesman for Quality & Excellence, with global footprints
Dr. Vijay, a national crusader for Continual Quality Improvement in Healthcare, has a vision to raise the bar of Indian Health Care Organizations to match Global Standards, through CAHO which is a platform created for NABH / NABL / JCI accredited HCOs to share best practices, create benchmarks and training programs. Apart from facilitating Continual Quality Improvement in these HCOs, CAHO encourages these organizations to handhold and mentor other hospitals to join quality journey and accreditation.
Dr. Agarwal believes that ‘People Make Quality. Driven by this passionate belief, he has established a series of CAHO Certified Professional Courses to equip and train every healthcare professional to pursue the quality journey.
Dr. Agarwal is a post-graduate in paediatrics from the Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. He commenced his professional career in 1973 and has over the decades earned a sterling reputation as a Paediatrician. He will be remembered for his role in bringing Pulse Polio strategy to the country and for his strategic skills demonstrated while driving the National Pulse Polio Program.
Dr. Agarwal was a Member of the ISRO Health Quest Project, a unique collaboration between space scientists and healthcare professionals to take the country closer to the goal of “error-free” healthcare.