Safe Care aims to improve the quality and safety of healthcare services in resource-restricted settings using incremental standards based recognition and by building institutions that can objectively measure and rate levels of quality and patient safety in healthcare providers.
Safe Care's vision is to become the world standard for benchmarking and improving quality of healthcare providers in resource-restricted settings through stepwise recognition of quality improvement.
Improving quality of care of 57 primary and 1 referral health care facilities in resource-restricted settings through and external evaluation system based on standards and step-wise quality improvement trajectories. Rating and benchmarking across all Samburu county healthcare facilities Establish a basis for performance-based payout and funding systems for healthcare improvement. Work in a legal framework that is accepted by national authorities and may be extended to a national certification and/or accreditation system for both public and faith based healthcare providers.
So far 58 facilitates have been assessed, and quality improving plans(QIPs) developed and disseminated. Most facilities are due for 1st Monitoring of the QIPs and progress reports to be shared. Work improving teams have been formed in 32 facilities and are reporting for the county Quality improving team(QIT).