To prepare for the next JCI re-accreditation in January 2022, the JCI Commitment Week “Keeping the JCI Flame Alive” took place from 12th April and has officially ended on 16th April closing with a ceremony in the Auditorium. This significant event received large participation and great enthusiasm of FV staff.
During the opening ceremony on 12th April, Dr Juan Lucas Rosas (Quality Management Director) on behalf of the event organisers said: “With this program, I hope we will work to keep the JCI accreditation next year“. Following the introduction representatives from many departments such as Ms. Pham Thi Thanh Mai (Chief Operating Officer), Dr Do Trong Khanh (Medical Director) as well as other department directors and managers also shared their commitment to JCI accreditation in 2022.
This year’s event included daily activities at the event booth, contests and sessions of coaching about JCI accreditation. Those of activities attract a lot of staff excitedly participated in the events. At the booth, there were about 200 participants per day for the Q&A game. Besides that, the photo contests included the “most popular image” and the “best tagline” on Facebook, the writing contest, and the video contest, received many quality and motivational entries. Notable winners were the doctors and nurses from the Paediatric Department, winning seven of the thirteen awards available.
During the JCI Accreditation Commitment Week, the JCI Hospital Standards (seventh edition) standards were introduced, with 360 standards, 1240 measurable elements over three chapters. The contents was summarised through in two training sessions that covered many aspects of patient safety and quality.
Joining in the event week, FV Hospital’s CEO, Dr Jean-Marcel Guillon encouraged everyone: “With what we have been doing, we will not miss the upcoming JCI opportunity. We won’t fail“.
In the closing ceremony, the board of directors, department directors and managers represented more than 1,000 employees to express their commitment towards JCI re-accreditation. In addition, the Quality Management Department has also introduced the action plan for all the staff to get ready for the 2022 JCI re-accreditation. Each individual and department shared their determination that will help FV Hospital keep the fire alive to pursue the JCI quality standards.