Accreditation Agency participated in the meeting of experts on Medical Devices


        In May of 2017 State Health Care Accreditation Agency (hereinafter – Accreditation Agency) attended  the meeting of the Regulatory  Committee on Medical Devices and the special expert meeting on future implementing acts under new medical devices regulations which was organized by the European Commission. More.

Accreditation Agency’s contribution to HTA


       The delegate of State Health Care Accreditation Agency under the Ministry of Health (hereinafter – Accreditation Agency) has participated in the 8th meeting of HTA Network in Brussels, March 2017. The network has been established by European Commission in 2013. The main purpose of this meeting - to discuss strategic issues of health technology assessment (HTA) in Europe – whether EU countries are willing to contribute to a sustainable collaboration on HTA beyond 2020. Accreditation Agency represents Lithuania in HTA Network since the establishment of the network and aims to contribute to the policy development related to HTA at European level. More.

Increased financing for accredited health care organizations


         Financial incentives for voluntary accreditation of family medicine services were recently introduced aiming for improvement of the quality of health care services and patient safety. The Minister of Health A. Veryga has recently signed a revised order “Concerning approval of schedule of procedures for organization and reimbursement of primary health care services and the list of primary health care services and basic rates” fixing extra financing for every enrolled patient to the primary health care facilities providing accredited family medicine services, since the 1st of January 2017. More.

Consolidated controls in hospitals revealed the need for changes


For the second year in a row State Health Care Accreditation Agency under the Ministry of Health (Accreditation agency) has been carrying out consolidated routine inspections of health care facilities. High-risk areas of health care services, especially concerning patient safety, have been addressed and inspected in 2016. Overall there were 26 health care facilities inspected in order to determine compliance with certain standards of secondary (hospital level) obstetrics, adult surgery and intensive care unit services. A number of violations have been detected and this situation reveals the need for local and systemic changes. Therefore Accreditation Agency is continuing implementation and development of this preventive activity in 2017. Accreditation Agency has already scheduled 30 consolidated routine inspections of healthcare providers for this calendar year. More.

Accreditation agency’s path to patient safety


       State Health Care Accreditation Agency under the Ministry of Health (Accreditation Agency) at 20th anniversary conference "Our way toward a patient safety“ has presented key results, essential changes achieved and future goals for improving effectiveness of our organization and serving society. More.



State Health Care Accreditation Agency

under the Ministry of Health

A. Juozapaviciaus g. 9,
LT-09311 Vilnius
Tel. (+370) 5 261 51 77,
Fax. (+370) 5 212 73 10,

Budgetary institution,
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I - IV 8:00 - 17:00
V 8:00 - 15:45
Lunch 12:00 - 12:45

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