NABH has on its panel, qualified and trained assessors for objective evaluation of hospitals. The assessment team will include two or more healthcare professionals. The team will comprise of clinicians, healthcare administrators, nursing supervisors, specialists (where required) depending on the size and scope of services being rendered by hospitals. For example in a team having two assessors, one will be clinician and one hospital administrator. The team of three or more assessors will comprise amongst clinicians, administrators, nursing supervisors, specialists (where required).
1) 1.1) For clinician: MBBS with 10 years of experience of which 5 years should be in a hospital
1.2) For administrator: PG in Management or Hospital Administration with minimum of 10 years of experience of which 5- years being in the hospital administration.
1.3) For Nursing assessor: B. Sc. / M. Sc. Nursing with 10 years of experience or diploma in general nursing and midwifery with 15 years of experience. In both the cases, minimum of 5 years experience should be in supervisory capacity in a hospital.
2) 2.1) The persons having credentials, as above would need to qualify in 5 days NABH assessors training programme. NABH would conduct these programmes as per schedule published from time to time
2.2) The successful candidates from the training programme would be formally empanelled with NABH as per criteria of registration.