April 28, 2009 2:42:35 am
Around 1,000 doctors will deliberate on how to combat recession in healthcare,laws that are hindrances for healthcare system,future of hospital designing and other topics at the two-day seminar on Hospital/ Healthcare Management and Medico Legal Systems organised by the Symbiosis Centre for Health Care (SCHC) on May 1 and 2.
The seminar will end with convocation ceremony of SCHC that will have Rajesh Tope,state minister for higher and technical education and medical education as the chief guest,Lt Gen Shivkumar Sharma,director and commandant,AFMC as the guest of honour and advocate Ram Jethmalani will preside over.
With patient satisfaction being a crucial factor,customer relationship management is becoming increasingly applicable to hospitals as well. Dr Ramakanta Panda,vice chairman,Asian Heart Institute will address this issue, said Dr Rajeev Yerawadekar,director of SCHC,in a press conference on Monday. He said that other contemporary and emerging issues such as hospital designing,keeping up-to-date medical records,medical versus non-medical managers and so on will also be discussed in the seminar.
The two-day seminar will have Dr Yashpaul Bhatia,president,Astron Healthcare speak on Standardisation and accreditation in healthcare sector. To supplement the talk,Dr Azad Moopen,chairman of Dr Moopens Group,Dubai,will share his experiences regarding national versus international healthcare model.
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Dr Vivek Desai,managing director,Hosmac,Dr Sujit Chatterji,CEO,Hiranandani Hospital,Vivek Shukla,healthcare marketing consultant,Dr Sanjay Gupte,president (elect),FOGSI and others will also speak at the seminar.
More than 900 doctors have already registered with us and the registration process will go on till 9.30 on Friday, Yerawadekar said. This will be the 11th national seminar held by SCHC.
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