CII Healthcare Forum Meeting on 14th October 2016 between 4 to 6 pm – Theme – Trust Deficit in Healthcare…. The Void

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7th Edition Medic Expo 2016 @ Visakhapatnam on 1st & 2nd October 2016

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Moving towards a healthier India

February 24, 2015 by · Leave a Comment
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The stage is set for the Modi government to signal its seriousness about transforming India’s under performing healthcare system

With expectations running high about the Narendra Modi government’s first full-year budget, the stage is set for the centre to signal its seriousness about transforming India’s under performing healthcare system and committing investments for a long-term payoff for all Indians. By ramping up investments in healthcare, the government will have the perfect opportunity to start a virtuous cycle of health. It will improve productivity, enable greater consumption and boost economic growth, as well as help the Make in India campaign become a reality.

Healthcare reform can protect Indians from out-of-pocket expenditure burden, create 15 million additional health services jobs by 2025 and allow the country to emerge as a global hub for innovative, low-cost health products and services. As we have seen, a business-as-usual approach to health won’t work and can hurt India’s future growth, development and competitiveness. According to one estimate, the burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) alone will cost India $6.2 trillion by 2030.

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Promoting healthcare comes under CSR ambit

April 7, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Source : 6 Apr, 2014 – Economic Times

NEW DELHI: Activities undertaken by corporates to promote healthcare will be considered as social welfare activity under the new companies law that came into effect this month.

Under the Companies Act, 2013, certain class of companies is required to shell out at least 2 per cent of three-year annual average net profit towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.

The Corporate Affairs Ministry, which is implementing the Companies Act, has now clarified that promoting healthcare would come under the CSR ambit.

In this regard, the Ministry has issued an official communication making certain changes to the notification on CSR issued on February 27.

Changes have been made in Schedule VII of the new Act. In Schedule VII, notified on February 27, it was mentioned that “eradicating hunger, poverty and malnutrition,preventive healthcare and sanitation and making available safe drinking water”, among others would come under the CSR ambit.

The change, in the wordings now, is ‘promoting healthcare, including preventive health care’.
The move comes in the wake of many representations made to the Ministry seeking clarity on promotion of health care in the context of CSR norms.

As per the new companies law, CSR activities would have to be within India. They would apply to companies having at least Rs 5 crore net profit, or Rs 1,000 crore turnover or Rs 500 crore net worth.

Such companies would need to spend two per cent of their three-year average annual net profit on CSR activities in each financial year, beginning 2014-15 fiscal.

Livelihood enhancement and rural development projects, working towards protection of national heritage, art and culture, including restoration of buildings and sites of historical importance and works of art, setting up public libraries, promotion and development of traditional arts and handicrafts would come under CSR ambit.

Various activities aimed at reducing inequalities faced by socially and economically backward groups have been included.

Measures for the benefit of armed forces veterans, war widows and their dependents, setting up homes and hostels for women and orphans, setting up of old age homes, day care centres and such other facilities for senior citizens would be considered as CSR work.

Other CSR activities include ensuring ecological balance, protection of flora and fauna, animal welfare, agro-forestry, conservation of natural resources and maintaining quality of soil, air and water.

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Training Program for Laboratory Professionals on EQAS and Proficiency Testing @Chennai

We are glad to announce our Next Training Program for Laboratory Professionals on EQAS and Proficiency Testing in Chennai. 

The session details are as follows:

Date of Training                 :    28th February, 2014

Timings                             :    09.30am – 05.00pm

Trainer                              :    Dr. V. K. Ramadesikan, MD, Biochemistry

Fee Details                        :     Rs. 2250/- (inclusive of tax) per participant

Venue                               :    Andhra Chamber of Commerce

                                              Velagapudi Ramakrishna Building,

                                              New no. 23, Third Cross Street,

                                              P.B.No. 3368, Nandanam,

                                              Chennai – 600 035.

                                              Phone: 24315277 / 78        

Direction to the Venue        :     Near Alpha School

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Program Brochure :

Eqas-Training-Brochure-Chennai

Registration Form :

Registration Form – EQAS

For Registrations Contact: 

Padma Sriramakrishnan

Manager – Customer Service

padma@valueadded.in+91 44 24462337 / 24462338
Satish Kumar

Sr Manager – Business Devt

satish@valueadded.in9840842530
Prabhu

Team Leader – Laboratory Projects

prabhu@valueadded.in9841655542
Hemalatha

Training Coordinator

training@valueadded.in24462337 / 24462338

Looking forward to have your participation.

 

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Financial Management for Non Finance Management Teams in Healthcare Industry

January 6, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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About the Program

This program is exclusively designed for Healthcare Industry covering various verticals like  Hospitals, Diagnostic Centres, Nursing Homes, Medical Centres, OP Clinics, Wellness Centres etc.

Program Objective

The program is designed and intended for Non-Finance Management Teams in Healthcare space. The program provides a practical guide to analyze financial data and understanding the implications of financial performance of business and various nuances of financial management. Read more

New medical township in Kerala beckons foreign health tourists

November 8, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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This was posted by Economic Times here.

medical township comprising nine superspeciality hospitals – offering the latest state-of-the-art technology to treat a host of diseases including cancer - is coming up inKochi with an eye to promote Kerala as a top medical health tourism destination.

Aster Medcity, which is being built on what was a hugegarbage dumpyard, is to start functioning by March 2014.D.M. Healthcare, a big name in healthcare in Gulf countries, is building the complex on 38 acres of land at Cheranallur in Kochi. Read more

Britain’s Patient-Safety Crisis Holds Lessons for All

November 6, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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A post by Maureen Bisognano in Harvard Business Review here

In August, Dr. Donald M. Berwick presented the report from the independent National Advisory Group on the Safety of Patients in England (A Promise to Learn — A Commitment to Act: Improving the Safety of Patients in England) to Prime Minister David Cameron in London. The “Berwick Report” reflects on serious problems at the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust that arose over several years, and the abysmal care received by patients at the trust’s Stafford Hospital in Stafford, England, during that time. I served on the advisory group, and I’m still asking how a trusted organization could deteriorate so completely without the leaders’ awareness or action? Could it happen elsewhere? How can we, as leaders, prevent these failures in the future?

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Are Hospitals Pricing Themselves Out of Existence?

November 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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This article was originally posted here by Barrett Clark.

How hospitals fail to use pricing to their advantage, and what to do about it.

This article is the fourth in a series examining the writings of well-known economic thinkers in light of the modern healthcare organization The first article took on Alfred Marshall’s perspective of growth; the second article evaluated Marx’s ideas about capital; the third article described Joseph Schumpeter’s necessity for innovation; and this article explores F.A. Hayek’s ideas on prices. Read more

Value Factor Session 2 : Walking you through it

October 22, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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Greetings from Value Factor!

Our 2nd Session on “Insurance – an important Marketing channel” has been successfully completed.  Learning?  Yes Immense.  Thanks to the wonderful speakers and delegates.

As we always felt, learning happens from both sides.  Speakers kindle the topic and the delegates share their experiences, which all of us can relate to and get our answers too. Read more

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