Experience of good practice in an occupational accident mutual insurance society, based on the voice of patients and professionals
In Spain, the protection of workers’ health is organized through what are known as occupational accident mutual insurance societies. While health protection is a fundamental issue within a mutual society, dimensions, such as patient quality and safety, are measured in the same way as in the conventional healthcare sector. However, in mutual societies, it is traditionally acknowledged that experiences of medical evaluation systems of healthcare provision and quality improvement are less frequent. The following is an example of how a Quality Plan has been structured within an organization with these characteristics, and instruments and measures have been developed to capture information in decision making from the perspective of patients and professionals. The Quality Plan represents the ongoing commitment of this organization to achieve patient-centered care. These changes revolve around these measures and, therefore, it is defined as a good practice.
Patient-centered care; Patient satisfaction; Mutual insurance societies
Moya D, Iglesias M, Manzanera R, de-la-Torre F, Plana M, Gálvez G, et al. Experience of good practice in an occupational accident mutual insurance society, based on the voice of patients and professionals. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019;16(20):3856.
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