Another year has passed, and we are to celebrate our achievements. It was a year full of challenges where we strived to achieve our goals and meet our KPIs. One of the most important goals was to be recognized internationally as an accrediting body, and by the end of 2022, we were able to have our accreditation standards recognized by the International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua)...
... With the dynamic evolution of the country’s strategy in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications on healthcare systems, NHRA has continued to prove itself a pragmatic, progressive regulator. NHRA is pleased to present this annual report which reflects highlights of our organization’s commendable achievements in 2021.
Covid-19 caused many challenges to businesses in 2020 both internationally
and in the Kingdom of Bahrain. These challenges necessitated for
organizations to be creative and adopt to change. The National Health
Regulatory Authority (NHRA) managed to re-engineer its services to
respond to the challenges enforced by the pandemic. NHRA immediately
implemented changes to ensure continuity of its services and to keep its
operations active in all areas.
In 2019, the authority introduced many updates to the health sector’s regulatory frameworks and continued to review its operations regularly and in particular with regards to regulating health care facilities and professionals, supervising registration and licensing of drugs and medical devices, regulations for conducting clinical trials, and continuing medical education reviews.
It is with a lot of honor and pride to present the National Health Regulatory Authority’s Annual Report for 2018. At the end of a very busy year of new work processes and technology integrations, it gives me great pleasure to look back over the accomplishments
made this past year.
The National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) saw many new developments in the year 2017. It was a year in which our greatest accomplishment was to achieve 84% of our planned initiatives outlined in our strategic plan.
In the year 2016, The National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) was able to demonstrate remarkable achievements in its regulatory policies and procedures. We are expecting even further improvements by implementing the new five year strategy plan which will enable NHRA to reach global competitiveness in regulating the health sector in the Kingdom.
Regulate the provision of healthcare in Bahrain to ensure high efficiency, safety and effectiveness in delivering health services; both in the governmental and private sector based on the best scientific principles and health practice standards accredited in the Kingdom.
To read NHRA Annual Report 2013
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