Training & Development
With our diverse experience and systematic approach, we aim to assess need of the market, design, develop, and deliver training programs in the field of healthcare.
The goal is to create demand driven skilling and training modules which are standardized, easy and sustainable which will enhance the patient experience, value of care givers and overall team understanding and satisfaction
Skill Development Initiative
Calculations based on the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO 2017–2018) estimate the active health workforce at just 3.12 million.
This translates into one doctor for every 1,404 people and 1.7 nurses per 1,000 people. This is lower than the global benchmark of one doctor and three nurses per 1,000 people.
This significant gap in number of skilled health workers shows the weak infrastructure of the health delivery system and is an obstacle that the Government has recognized and trying to address.
The second gap is the ‘Quality’ gap. The quality gap can only be assessed on the healthcare workers already present in the system.
Our Impact On Society
Bridge the demand-supply gap in skilled workforce
In all the debates for strengthening healthcare access, the focus predominantly is on the quantity gaps and the quality or skill gaps get missed out.
While filling the QUANTITY gaps can take time, building the skills to address the QUALITY gaps needs to be done immediately to ensure a positive impact on healthcare delivery and customer experience.
This crisis of skill development has to be turned into an opportunity towards growth.
Also, in this era of mutating bacteria, pandemics with their multiple waves, etc., many organisations prefer skilled employees over less skilled ones as they have outstanding career growth, and they help boost the organisation in the same way with proficient working, leading to better healthcare delivery outcomes.
With this new approach towards skill development, India can definitely move forward towards its targeted results.
The Pericia Advantage
The goal is to create demand-driven skilling and training modules which are standardized, easy and sustainable which will enhance the patient experience, value of care givers and overall team understanding and satisfaction.
With our diverse experience and systematic approach, we aim to assess the need of the market, design, develop, and deliver training programs in the field of healthcare.
Our experience means we understand what the entire ecosystem requires – viz., what the end-users need, what services to deliver, impact of the delivery, etc.
Having been on both sides of the system – users as well as providers, and having worked across all levels of Healthcare, we consider ourselves to be an apt choice for helping to upgrade the healthcare ecosystem.
The Pericia Impact
Health systems worldwide are having to cope with a changing environment:
Epidemiologically, in terms of changing age structures, the impact of pandemics and the emergence of new threats.
Technically, in terms of the growing awareness that health systems are failing to deliver – that too often they are inequitable, regressive and unsafe, and so constitute one of the rate limiting factors to achieving better development outcomes.
Institutionally, especially in low-income countries, in having to deal with an increasingly complex aid architecture.
Developments within and beyond healthcare have created a need for workers with upgraded skillsets. Fuelling the demand for upskilled staff is the rapid pace of increasingly sophisticated medical technology.
Only through building and strengthening health systems will it be possible to secure better health outcomes. One benefit of professional development is that patient care improves. Regardless of our roles, the more we learn, the more we can contribute to better patient outcomes.
Staff who participate in bedside care can gain knowledge of best practices and the latest evidence through continuing education. This is important because staff knowledge produces empowerment. Employees crave opportunities to expand their skillsets, and investing in a more educated workforce packs significant potential to curtail employee attrition. Most professionals who provide direct patient care gain a strong sense of accomplishment when they know what they do on a daily basis makes a difference.
The recognition granted with a certificate of competence has significant values in the labour market and in the educational environment, promoting social participation and the commitment to lifelong learning. When done right, skills development can reduce unemployment and underemployment, increase productivity, and improve standards of living. Helping people develop and update their skills makes economic sense.
Our Impact On Society
Bridge the demand-supply gap in skilled workforce
Our quality training will enhance the medical workforce, enabling it to meet new challenges. It will also enhance employment and bridge the gap between demand and supply of skilled and trained healthcare workforce globally by capacity building. Our company’s community-based programs focus on imparting quality health practices, which leads to improved health outcomes and bolsters the government’s effort to improve our health care system.
Your support will allow Pericia Healthcare to make a magnitude of difference to our society.
Importance of Skilling & Training During Covid-19
Pericia Healthcare Pvt Ltd is a Global Healthcare Skilling, Training, and Development Company, located in Mumbai. Pericia Healthcare Pvt Ltd is an independent entity (previously the skilling/training programs were being conducted under the banner of AAA Healthcare Pvt Ltd which primarily looks at the setup of healthcare institutions).
The Covid-19 pandemic that started in mid-2019 has shed light on innumerable gaps in the healthcare and administrative systems of even the best economies around the world and is still an alarming problem in 2021. Two of the major gaps noticed were with respect to the manpower of the healthcare workforce and the skillset of the present workforce. It was revealed that the workforce was not just lacking in numbers as compared to the demand created by the patients but was also lacking the required skill set required to deal with a pandemic of this scale.
Hence, the ventilator training was developed and executed by AAA Healthcare Pvt Ltd but keeping the deficits of skilling in mind a separate entity named PERICIA HEALTHCARE PVT LTD was created which would only focus on healthcare skilling and training.
As a skilling, training and development company we believe any person whether a medical professional or a common person aiding to the healthcare needs of another must have the correct training to execute the same instead of relying on the unverified information present on the internet. Due to this reason, we aim to train all types of healthcare workers to tackle emergencies and use a variety of medical equipment’s while assisting in medical procedures at the very least. This will in-turn not just help the current medical staff in managing the pandemic better but also brace them for such future events.