Making Public Hospitals better
Sushrat Foundation improves the quality of government hospitals by adopting <strong>global best practices, technology, and management interventions</strong>. Better processes and technology can <strong>reduce staff stress</strong> thereby increasing <strong>quality and quantity</strong> of care without any major capital expenditure or hiring. <strong>Happier</strong> Staff. <strong>Happier</strong> Patients. <strong>Happier</strong> Nation.

Making Public Hospitals better

Sushrat Foundation improves the quality of government hospitals by adopting global best practices, technology, and management interventions.

Better processes and technology can reduce staff stress thereby increasing quality and quantity of care without any major capital expenditure or hiring.

Happier Staff. Happier Patients. Happier Nation.

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The Sushrat Methodology

International Best Practices
Processes & Policy
Technology

Our Pillars of Work

Patient Safety
At the top of everybody's mind in a hospital, whether doctor, patient or staff is that the patient m...
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Technology
Using smart and simple technology can help reduce administration time, lead to better quality of car...
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Infrastructure & Facilities
A good hospital always has the right infrastructure and facilities to support it's doctors and staff...
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Processes & Policy
Sometimes you don’t need new machines, new staff or new buildings, just tweaking things can make the
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Communication
Informing the staff, patients and the public at large about best practices in preventive health, hyg...
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Our Impact

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Testimonials

Before the improvement project, it used to take upto 1.5 hours before an emergency patient got proper care, now it's down to 15 minutes.
Dr Aarti, Anesthetist
I'v seen the change in the hospital since the time I first visited. From something as simple as finding the correct room to not losing my medical documents everything has visibly changed.
Kanush, Patient

Our Blog

Improve hand hygiene compliance at AIIMS, New Delhi
February 14, 2018
To improve the compliance of hand hygiene among nurses, doctors and other staff in a cubicle of trauma surgical ICU from 50 % to 80% in one month time. Despite continuous education and aw...
Reducing “GA Waiting Area” Time in Eye OT
February 14, 2018
To reduce average waiting time in GA (general anesthesia) waiting area for admitted patients by 50% in 4 weeks in a single retina unit eye operation theatre of Dr R.P. Centre, AIIMS. ...
Improving asepsis during Intravenous procedures among neonates
February 14, 2018
Hospital acquired infections are a major risk in the newborn intensive care unit (NICU). The staff in the NICU were not feeling confident of aseptic measures taken in the unit and avoided pl...

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