he saga of health services of the SriMatt began in 1974 with the establishment of the JSS Primary Health Center at Ramanuja Road in the complex of JSS institution. This center was primarily meant for an annual medical check-up of the students from JSS Institutions. Similarly, another health center was established in 1992 at SJCE Campus. JSS Medical College started in 1984 and the primary health center was upgraded to a 60 bedded hospital in 1986 as a requirement for teaching hospital. Later, it was converted into a 1,200 bedded hospital to fulfil the demand for healthcare services for needy people in and around Mysore region.
To achieve the goal of delivering high-quality care, all employees are given the responsibility and opportunity to participate in the quality improvement program.
The Quality Improvement Program includes the following activities:
- All direct patient care services and indirect services affecting patient health and safety Medication Management (includes medication errors)
- Utilization Management and Hospital Payment Monitoring Program Healthcare Acquired Infections
- Professional staff Credentialing and Privileging Surgical case review
- Blood Utilization Review
- Medical record review (includes active and closed record reviews) Risk Management activities
- Patient/Employee/Physician satisfaction surveys Morbidity/Mortality Review
- Driving Service Excellence
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PRIORITIES 2017-18
- Standardize the systems, processes, policies, and procedures at JSS Hospital.
- Adopt the International Patient Safety Goals
- Develop training programs for all employees with the principles and practice of healthcare quality.
Focus on continuous quality improvement and sustain NABH and other accreditations