Our Clinical Governance Audits are designed by subject matter experts to thoroughly evaluate industrial, remote, or challenging medical support sites. The evaluation is multifactorial and designed to ensure site clinics meet contractual obligations and budgetary constraints while delivering optimal patient care.
Through a series of thorough assessments and onsite and in-person interviews, this audit evaluates the quality and effectiveness of your medical personnel, policies, and procedures. Remote Medical International auditors deliver detailed raw data reports, noting any deficiencies and positive findings. Where deficiencies are noted, remedial action plans and best-practice recommendations will be suggested.
Key Audit Categories:
Each medical practitioner participates in a thorough interview process to determine basic and advanced clinical competencies required of remote medical work and speci c to that project. The auditor will assess providers’ knowledge of operating the clinic’s medical and diagnostic equipment.
The clinic management assessment reviews medical equipment organization and maintenance, infection control, waste disposal, and overall clinic configuration.
Clinic Pharmacy Formulary
By comparing the clinic’s inventory to a best practices medication list, a full gap analysis commonly reveals critical medications that may be missing, and/or unnecessary redundancies, and/or suggested substitutions integral to bringing the clinic up to industry standards.
Auditors review current reporting systems inclusive of basic report organization and le management, ensuring all necessary patient care details and clinic management are being logged and reported in compliance with the clinic’s scope of work, industry best practice, and local governance standards.
Health & Safety
Auditors review the scope of work and interview providers to ensure competency with the client’s HSE expectations. Examples of health and safety items reviewed are health & hygiene inspections, rst-aid kit & eye wash inspections, recordable case management, and wellness programs.
Medical Emergency Response Plans & Mass Casualty Incident Preparedness
Auditors review current plans to con rm comprehensive steps are in place to ensure life savings systems will deploy as designed when needed. Emergency plans utilized on-site as well as those invoking local resources and/or international medical evacuation and repatriation are reviewed.