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How hospitals can best leverage standards 

Standards allow hospitals to drive productivity and quality across their frontline services and meet policy ambitions. They also ensure that medical devices are properly regulated for safety and performance. 

Take a look at the standards we have available to hospitals in our informative infographic.

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Hospitals and care facilities: Organizational Resilience 

Meeting the challenges of looking after patients as well as ageing population requires hospitals and a care system to be run safely and efficiently. BSI offer standards, certification and regulatory services to hospitals. You can explore our portfolio services and discover how we can help. 

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BS 10008: Manage the risk of losing records 

BS 10008 outlines best practice for the implementation and operation of electronic information management systems, including the storage and transfer of information. It is designed to help you verify and authenticate all your information to avoid the legal pitfalls of information storage. Discover how BS1008 helped improved PwC UK's business efficiency. 

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ISO 45001: Occupational health and safety

With its focus on strategic risk management, contractor management and looking after the mental wellbeing, as well as physical health of workers, it's clear that IS0 45001 provides an excellent framework to support hospitals. Our flyer outlines the importance of ISO 45001 in hospitals and the benefits it can bring your organization. 

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ISO 44000: Allowing successful collaboration

Collaboration between government organisations and agencies, businesses and entities in social support, health and care can make a real difference in achieving the goal of better outcomes - provided it is initiated and supported by appropriate actions and objectives. Such as sharing information, pooling expertise and experience, exchanging ideas and patient data, increasing efficiency and working together to manage risk and further integrate care for the end patient. All focused on the aim to improve, innovate or create value, for the benefit of the participating parties and their delivery teams, and most importantly, the patients.

ISO 45003: Caring for carers
The adult social care sector is characterized internationally by low pay, high staff turnover and high vacancy rates. During the pandemic it has borne the brunt of caring for the most vulnerable people and those most at risk. How can the well-being of people working in the adult social care sector be protected? You can read more about this in our Caring for carers whitepaper.

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