NABH is happy to announce Interactive Workshop on “Medical Device Safety Guidelines” at Chandigarh on 20th June 2015, in the series of NABH knowledge workshops.
This workshop introduces best practice guidelines for use and maintenance of medical devices, including selection, management, and assessment. In a time where healthcare technologies particularly the medical devices are finding an important and vital role in healthcare delivery, unsafe practices could not only defy the very purpose of their use but also create hazardous situations. Hence it is important to provide good management, maintenance and assessment eco-systems to the medical equipment. This workshop aims to provide the relevant knowledge to the participants.
This is a preview of Interactive Workshop on “Medical Device Safety Guidelines” at Chandigarh. Read the full post (321 words, estimated 1:17 mins reading time)
Kochi is likely to emerge an international healthcare hub, if the responses to BCG Healthsquare, a 1.10 lakh sq.ft health mall, a novel attempt, of its kind.
Much like shopping mall offering retail space, a health mall offers the common infrastructure for health care providers to set up practice. This addresses the problem of high land cost and lack of space in cities for doctors to set up exclusive clinics.
Ms Rekha C.Babu, CEO, said that quality healthcare facilities under one roof are more in need. Earlier, individual houses were common, doctors could set up a clinic in the premises. With rapid urbanisation and apartment life, it is becoming difficult for them to set up independent practices.
This is a preview of BCG Health Square:India’s First Healthcare Mall in Kochi. Read the full post (586 words, 1 image, estimated 2:21 mins reading time)