ISQua EEA is committed to sharing the experiences of and learning from its client organisations in terms of the external evaluation programmes and schemes that they deliver in their respective regions and countries.
The ISQua EEA Awards Ceremony held at the annual ISQua conference acknowledges those client organisations who have had a set of standards, a surveyor training programme or their organisation accredited with the ISQua External Evaluation Association (ISQua EEA) in the previous year.
At ISQua EEA (ISQua External Evaluation Association) we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Accreditation Canada (AC) on their momentous 65th anniversary.
I would like to point your attention to a paper that has just been published in the International Journey for Quality in Health Care by Ellen Joan van Vliet and co-workers.
I have recently returned from Sao Paulo, Brazil, where I had the honour of being invited to give a presentation on “International impacts of platforms and digital transformation
In healthcare, the idea of external evaluation took hold with quiet beginnings almost 100 years ago when Ernest Codman, a pioneering American surgeon hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, had the bright idea of suggesting that clinicians and hospitals follow patients and assess whether the outcomes of their treatments were realised.