Value Added Training Programs – August 2017

August 8, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Value Added is conducting the following Training programs during the month August 2017. 

 

NABH Entry Level Standard Implementation Guidance @ Thrissur

NABH Accreditation Entry Level Standard – How to go about implementing the Standards requirements – Practical Approach. One Day Session in Thrissur, Kerala on August 22nd at Hotel Garuda, Thrissur

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Front Line Staff Training for Diagnostic Centers @ Chennai

Front Line Staff Training for Diagnostic Centres @ Value Added Besant Nagar office, Chennai on 23rd August 2017 between 10 to 1 pm ( followed by lunch) – Fee Rs.1200 ( including tax)

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Please click here for Registration Form

 
Training session on NABH Medlab Standard @ Chennai

Training Program on NABH Medlab Standard @ Value Added Besant Nagar office, Chennai on 30th August, Wednesday between 10 am to 1 pm ( followed by lunch) Fee – Rs.1200  ( including tax)

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Please click here for Registration Form

Please contact the coordinators mentioned in the brochure for registration.

 

BIO ASIA 2017 @ HYDERABAD

January 13, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Healthcare, Medical Devices 

Dear AiMeD Members,

Greetings!!!

It is our pleasure to inform you regarding the 14th BioAsia being organized by the Government of Telangana in partnership with the Government of India and with support from AiMeD. This event will take place from February 6-8, 2017 at Hyderabad International Convention Center.

In light of the partnership with AiMeD, our Members will be entitled to a special discount of 50% on the registration fee (MOU enclosed).

The event will serve as a networking platform for about 1500 industry leaders, corporates, healthcare & medical professionals from over 50 countries. The event will feature about 50 start-ups with extraordinary promise to transform the life sciences and healthcare sectors.

BioAsia 2017 will feature a focused conference and CME on Automation in Diagnostics on February 7th and will bring together PoC users, regulators, diagnostic companies and suppliers to also discuss future of rapid testing, automation challenges, quality control, legislation, diagnostics, and the future of PoCT going forward. More information is available at www.2017.bioasia.in

The likes of Dr. Paul Stoffels (J&J Worldwide Chairman of Pharmaceuticals & CSO), Dr. Patrick Vallance (President Worldwide R&D, GSK), Mr. Narayan Murthy (Founder, Infosys), Nobel Laureate Prof. Kurt Wuthrich (Scripps Institute), among others have already confirmed their participation.

Given the participation of policy makers, R&D institutes and industry leaders, we would like to encourage our members to take part actively in the deliberations.

click here for the Catalouge / Brochure 
click here for the AiMed Mou
click here for the Bioasia 2017 Speakers list

Registration enquiries can be forwarded to Ms. Paridhi Gupta at paridhi@biofaba.org

Warm regards,

Rajiv Nath
Forum Coordinator
Association of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMeD)
GL-3, Ashoka Estate,
24, Barakhamba Road,
New Delhi – 110 001
Ph. +91-129-4289000/4061151
Fax. +91-129-4061164 & 2233242
E-mail : forumcoordinator@aimedindia.com
Web : www.aimedindia.com

Team Value Added Wishes You A Happy New Year !!!

December 31, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Happy new year

IRDA MANDATES HOSPITALS ON NABH ACCREDITATION

September 14, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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INSURANCE REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF INDIA

NOTIFICATION

Hyderabad, the 12th July, 2016
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Health Insurance) Regulations, 2016 

“All such providers offering cashless services for allopathic treatment shall meet with the preaccreditation entry level standards laid down by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) or such other standards or requirements as may be specified by the Authority from time to time within a period of two years from the date of notification of these Guidelines. (Explanatory Note: Network Providers are to visit NABH website for details regarding procedure for obtaining the necessary accreditation)”

Ref notification: IRDA/HLT/REG/CIR/146/07/2016 dated 29.07.2016

Click here to see Notification

Value Added Training Programs

Team Value Added is conducting the following Training programs

Click on the training brochure links for more information

Training Topic 

 

Date and Time Trainer Fees – Rs (incl.tax) Training Brochure
Construction of LJ Chart in Excel & Analysis  16th July 2016  10.00 am to 4.00 pm Mr.Chithambaranathan 2000/- per person http://bit.ly/28MoBvG 

 

Training for Laboratories on New Biomedical Waste Management Rules – 2016  30th July 2016  10.00 am to 4.00 pm Mr.Chithambaranathan 2000/- per person http://bit.ly/1UTYnQa

 

 

Training program on Operational Metrics for Hospitals ( NABH Requirements) 10th Aug 201610.00 am to 4.00 pm Dr.Srivatsan 2000/- per person http://bit.ly/29vYgwT 

 

Venue

M/s.Value Added Corporate Services P Ltd

“VANITHA”, No 5, Third Avenue, Besant Nagar, Chennai – 600090

Ph – +91 044 24462337 / 24462338

Value Added Training Programs – May 2016

May 11, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Click on the training brochure links for more information

 

Training Topic Date and Time Trainer Fees – Rs Training Brochure
Requirements of ISO 9001:2015 Standard 25th May 201610 am to 4 pm Mr.S.GiritharanMr.A.A.Srinivasan 3000/- per person http://bit.ly/1UE9hvj 
Operational Metrics for Hospitals 27th May 201610 am to 4 pm Dr. Srivatsan & Mr. Satishkumar 2000/- + s.tax per person http://bit.ly/1SVEzcm 

 

Venue :

M/s.Value Added Corporate Services P Ltd

“VANITHA”, No 5, Third Avenue, Besant Nagar, Chennai – 600090

Ph – +91 044 24462337/ 24462338

Email- info@valueadded.in

Web – http://www.valueadded.in

Accreditation must for hospitals in State Insurance Scheme

Source: The Hindu

In an attempt to establish standards of care for patients and safety in healthcare institutions in Tamil Nadu, the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme (CMCHIS) is contemplating making accreditation mandatory for hospitals seeking empanelment as part of the scheme.

A couple of protocols, pre-accreditation entry-level standards for hospitals and the other for smaller healthcare organisations have already been readied and issued as a circular, besides being hosted on the CMCHIS website.

“The idea is that even if the patients are not paying for the treatment, the government is. It is not charity that the hospitals are doing, and patients need to get the best,” a Health Department official said.

This is seen as the first move to bring both private and public healthcare institutions within the ambit of quality regulation, something that is achieved merely by self-motivation currently.

The standards have been evolved in consultation with the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH), and are in fact inspired by their entry-level accreditation standards that make it easier for hospitals to imbibe quality control culture.

“Earlier, hospitals which could not afford the process of quality control would just stay away. But, we are now offering them a foot in the door,” K.K. Kalra, CEO, NABH, had told The Hindu earlier.

The CMCHIS staff will first seek to orient hospitals on these standards before beginning the process of pre-accreditation, according to officials.

It is expected that at a certain point, accreditation for a hospital will become a pre-condition for empanelment in the government insurance scheme.

Existing hospitals that do not have accreditation will also be eased into the process, officials said.

United India Insurance, the insurance partner for the State government in this venture, seems equally enthused by this move.

Asha Nair, director and general manager, United India Insurance, said, “I would be very happy if this can be implemented. It means we are ensuring a minimum quality of service for all healthcare consumers across the board.”

The ideal would be to make it qualifying criteria for new hospitals that apply for empanelment.

Hospitals that have already been empanelled can be given time and a deadline to get accreditation, she said.

Tamilnadu mulls accreditation for hospitals offering health insurance

Source: The Hindu Business Line

Tamil Nadu plans to get hospitals offering healthcare services under the State-sponsored health insurance accredited for quality. The move is expected to help healthcare providers adopt standard operating procedures and free patients from needless expenditure necessitated by infection, wrong diagnosis and surgical errors.

The National Accreditation Board For Hospitals and Healthcare Providers will look at 149 objective parameters for entry-level acceptance for small hospitals. For hospitals with bed strength above 50, the board has set over 600 standards. Infection control, pharmacy management, care of patients and patient rights are among key benchmarks. Health centres need pay Rs.10,000 as certification fees, and State health officials are keen to get a good portion of the 834 government and private hospitals offering the insurance scheme.

J Radhakrishnan, Tamil Nadu Health Secretary, said smaller health centres should play a proactive role in getting their facilities accredited so that the scheme could expand further.

C Vijayabaskar, Health Minister, Tamil Nadu, said a meeting to discuss modalities of getting these hospitals accredited and estimate the associated expenditure will take place soon.

He added that the State health scheme has touched over seven lakh lives so far, spending close to Rs.1,509 crore since its inception in January 2012. Over 2.74 lakh patients have received life-saving surgeries at Government hospitals. The scheme has expanded its coverage to 1,016 diseases now, and is looking at including heart transplants.

Improved quality reduces large needless costs for all stakeholders – the insurer, the hospital and the State, said Somil Nagpal, a World Bank health specialist analysing Government health schemes in the country. He co-authored a report “Government-sponsored Health Insurance in India-Are you Covered?” It concluded saying a fourth of India’s population by 2010 was benefited by different ways from Government health schemes.

“Costs of excessive healthcare due to wrong diagnoses and mistakes during surgeries touched $41.5 billion in 2006, a number equal to total healthcare expenditure in India during the year,” he said, adding that the NABH has only 250 hospitals accredited in a country of over one lakh health centres.

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers Note for Applicant HCO (Health care organizations)

February 21, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Greetings everyone,

Please note all HCO (Health care organizations) applications for NABH Accreditation, applied for various programmes on or before December 31, 2011 and have not undergone Pre assessment till date stands CLOSED.

Henceforth they will have to re-apply for NABH Accreditation and will be considered as a FRESH APPLICATION.

- Dr. K K KalraCEO, NABH

(Date : February 14, 2014)

Clarification on Fire Safety Requirements for Hospitals

November 15, 2013 by · 1 Comment
Filed under: Healthcare, Hospital 
This was posted by NABH

Clarification on Fire Safety Requirements for Hospitals

1. The Approved registration of the hospital by the applicable competent authority of the State Health Department (such as Nursing Home Act etc)/Alternate Department (such as Shops and Establishment acts) is the overarching regulatory requirement. Read more

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