Under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Muna Al Hussein 
The Health Institutions Accreditation Council launches
For the tenth year in a row

 "Change Day" initiative on 9/18/2023 
Under the slogan (Care starts with the patient's voice)

Coinciding with the World Health Organization's World Patient Safety Day  With the aim of shedding light on initiatives that ensure the safety of patients, auditors and workers in health institutions 
Think of an innovative idea, make a pledge on our website, implement your pledge on the day of change, and invite your acquaintances to participate with us.


What is Change Day?

Change Day is the day on which the contractors (who have previously pledged through the Change Day website) implement their pledges that will improve the quality of health services and activate the principles of patient safety and rights.

What is the purpose of Change Day?

The Health Institutions Accreditation Council aims to motivate all health sector workers, individuals and institutions, to pledge before the date of the initiative to provide the best in health care through pioneering activities and events. Improving the level of quality of health services provided at the level of the Kingdom.

How is the Change Day initiative implemented this year?

 By inviting all departments of health institutions, all employees, and service recipients to pledge before 9/18/2023 to provide innovative initiatives and activities outside the framework of their daily recurring work. These pledges guarantee the safety of workers in health institutions who are considered the first line of defense. Also, with involving the patients and recipients, we will implement their innovative pledges as of the Initiative Day (Change Day) 9/18/2023, in order to Raise global awareness of the need for active engagement of patients and their families and caregivers in all settings and at all levels of health care to improve patient safety.

Why was “The Voice of the Patient” highlighted on Change Day this year?

In fact, engaged patients are three times less likely to have unmet medical needs, and twice as likely to seek care in a timely manner when compared to unengaged patients.



To learn more and participate you can visit the Change Day Website

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