While ever-increasing demand for healthcare products and services bring enormous
opportunities; some common threats exist like soaring costs, inequitable and
mismanaged access and inconsistent quality.
Gradings foster transparency, accountability and best practices in the industry.
ONICRA Grading for Healthcare Institutions is an opinion on the relative
quality of healthcare delivered by the institution to its patients.
A healthcare institution with a higher Grading would have relatively better
facilities and processes than those Graded lower.
While evaluating a healthcare institution ONICRA looks into a host of factors
such as availability of infrastructure, equipment, manpower, systems and
clinical algorithms, all from the user’s point of view.
The evaluation of these core factors involves a review of the institution’s
resources, processes and outcome to determine its capability to deliver quality
After a grading has been assigned, Onicra monitors the on-going performance of
A transparent system of evaluation and grading serves to benefit not only the
healthcare organization but all stakeholders associated with it.
* The grade assigned to a Healthcare Institution is, however, not a comment on
the probability of outcome of any particular treatment, procedure or surgery