Community Impact Assessment - A unique Mission for Vision process

Mission for Vision has a dedicated Community Impact Assessment team which comprises of the Head of Community Impact, Zonal Coordinators, Executive – PCA and Field Surveyors who are responsible for evaluating the quality of patient care that is provided by the hospitals to all patients.

The team is spread across India, from Nashik in the West to Guwahati in the East and from Coimbatore in the South to Ludhiana in the North.

Here is the structure of the Community Impact Assessment department:
Objectives of Community Impact Assessment are to evaluate:
  • Socio Economic Impact Evaluation of at least 10% patients, six months post-surgery
  • Patient Satisfaction Measurement of at least 10% patients, six months post-surgery

Assessment of 100% must review cases like that of patients who are dependent on only one eye or primary and secondary intraocular cancers or intraocular melanoma and pediatric (children’s) cases.

Best practices in eye health care

Towards universal eye health: A global action plan 2014–2019.
Click on this link to read the report.
http://www.iapb.org/sites/iapb.org/files/A66_11-en.pdf

The first ever World report on disability, produced jointly by WHO and the World Bank.
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http://www.who.int/disabilities/world_report/2011/en/

WHO/World Bank Group report on Tracking Universal Health Coverage: First Global Monitoring Report.
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http://www.who.int/healthinfo/universal_health_coverage/report/2015/en/

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