Minimum Service Standards (MSS) for hospitals/ health posts is the service readiness and availability of tool for optimal requirement of the hospitals/ health posts to provide minimum services that are expected from them. This tool entails for preparation of service provision and elements of service utilization that are deterministic towards functionality of hospital/health facilities to enable working environment for providers and provide resources for quality health service provision.
MSS for hospitals reflect the optimally needed minimum criteria for services to be provide but in itself is not an “ideal” list of the maximum standards. This checklist of MSS is different than a program specific quality improvement tool as it will outline the equipment, supplies, furniture, human resource required for carrying out service but not detail out the standards operating procedures of any service.
Minimum Service Standards (MSS) Tool for Health Post
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- HP MSS Reporting Form 2076.pdf
- HP MSS Assessment Sheet 2076 (1).pdf
- HP MSS Assessment Sheet (Annexes) 2076 (2).pdf
- HP MSS Implementation Orientation Guidelines 2076.pdf
- HP MSS Tool Final 2076.pdf
- स्वास्थ्य चौकीको लागि कुल MSS अङ्कको आधारमा कलर कोडिंग स्कोर कार्ड 2076.pdf
MSS TOOLS FOR SECONDARY B HOSPITAL
MSS TOOLS FOR PRIMARY HOSPITAL
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