CAHO launches initiative to improve patient safety and quality healthcare in India

first_imgCAHO launches initiative to improve patient safety and quality healthcare in India By EH News Bureau on March 29, 2019 Add Comment MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” CAHOCAHOCONpatient safetyquality healthcareQuality Should Impact Outcome The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Read Article Share Doctors from Mumbai join hands to address challenges of quality healthcare in IndiaCreating positive outcomes for quality healthcare and upgrading patient safety standards in India will be the key agenda of the 5th International CAHOCON 2019 to be held in Mumbai for the first time. Themed around Healthcare Quality Should Impact Outcome, the conference will be held on April 13-14, 2019 and is organised by Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organisations (CAHO) which will bring all accredited hospitals together. More than 600 delegates and renowned doctors will be sharing their insights at the conference. The initiative is supported by The International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua), The Asian Society for Quality in Healthcare (ASQua) and Quality Council of India (QCI).The initiative was launched in a press conference at Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital by, Dr PM Bhujang, President, Association of Hospitals, Dr Rajendra Patankar, COO, Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital, Joy Chakraborty, COO, P D Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Dr Hiren Ambegaokar, CEO, S L Raheja Hospital, Dr Sujit Chatterjee, CEO, L H Hiranandani Hospital, Dr Anupam Karmakar, CEO, D Y Patil Hospital and Dr Deepak Patkar, Medical Director, Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital.“The aim of the conference is to bring all stakeholders across the healthcare spectrum on a common platform. There is an urgent need to audit healthcare delivery standards and accredit healthcare organisations based on the quality of healthcare they provide to patients. This conference aims at finding the ways and means to build a robust healthcare infrastructure in the country that adheres to global healthcare quality standards,” stated Dr PM Bhujang, President, Association of Hospitals.“Quality healthcare forms the foundation of a healthy society and a growing economy. We need to ensure that there is no compromise with healthcare standards and people from all strata of society have access to best healthcare systems,” said Dr Rajendra Patankar, COO, Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital.Joy Chakraborty, COO, P D Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Centre stated“The conference will be preceded by 11 pre-conference workshops and master classes across the major hospitals in Mumbai on April 12 2019. Topics to be covered include process re-engineering, hospital planning, leadership development, nursing communication, cyber security and infrastructural safety.Dr Hiren Ambegaokar, CEO, SL Raheja Hospital mentioned about the debates and panel discussions that are going to take place at the conference. A number of hospitals and laboratories have undertaken projects, which show that how they have helped in impacting outcomes whether in the clinical area, infrastructure area, diagnostic or nursing area. There would be a short presentation on the same. There would also be a Project Excellence Award where the hospital has to prove a certain project that they took and how they have improved the process over the next three months.Dr Sujit Chatterjee, CEO, LH Hiranandani Hospital, spoke about the the people who will be honoured at the conference for dedicating their work towards promoting quality healthcare. He further stated that the organisation recognises quality champions and young quality achievers and this has become a great motivation for healthcare professionals to excel in this field.Dr Anupam Karmakar, CEO, DY Patil Hospital spoke about a team in Canada led by Graham and Stewart Dickson that have created LEAD Canada. A model for developing leadership in healthcare. This model has been adopted in many other countries. This team is interacting with senior professionals from India on April 12 2019 at Seven Hills Hospital.Dr Deepak Patkar, Medical Director, Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital mentioned that one of the best ways to improve quality of healthcare is by improving the processes in the healthcare deliver y. This year at CAHOCON we will be presenting the three best process improvement projects undertaken by the hospitals. This initiative has been started with renowned quality organisation Qimpro. 17 projects were submitted and a team of five assessors have gone through these process improvement projects and selected the best three. News Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Related Posts Comments (0) Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025last_img read more

Visa Europe CEO warns on fads; claims company has edge on new rivals

first_img LIVE FROM MONEY 2020 EUROPE, COPENHAGEN: Nicolas Huss, CEO of Visa Europe, warned of a changing payments landscape but confided the credit card giant has a plan for keeping ahead of upstart rivals.Huss contrasted the historic way innovation worked, which involved steady and incremental change, with the digital model, which takes hold quicker but does not stick around for so long. He chose the hoverboard, with his tongue only half in his cheek, as being emblematic of the trend. “The world has moved on, the fad is over, and no one cares.”This is a volatile world, in which established players have to react faster. He had a number of points for how this might happen. His first point related to what he termed “viral trends and passing fads” and pointed to how quickly new traffic flows can occur in payments. He mentioned rates of growth in contactless payments, which are “unprecedented”. In 2016 Visa Europe handled a volume of more than 3.5 billion contactless payments, against 1.7 billion in 2015. This is clearly not a fad.Huss argued that the old school development cycle is no longer valid. “The raison d’etre can half vanish before the product is even released. We must accelerate and democratise development. Or leave a vacuum that others will fill.”This brought Huss to his second point, which is to capture more of the innovative spirit in the fintech community, for instance with innovation hubs in London, Tel Aviv and Berlin, as well as opening APIs to outside developers.Next up, he listed a “security obsession” possessed by Visa that newcomers to the market will have to match.Fourth was the global ripple effect which Visa Europe hopes to benefit from when it is reunited with Visa Inc to form a worldwide business. As an example, he said a global business has an advantage in combating advanced fraud. Richard Handford Richard is the editor of Mobile World Live’s money channel and a contributor to the daily news service. He is an experienced technology and business journalist who previously worked as a freelancer for many publications over the last decade including… Read more AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 04 APR 2016 Author HomeMoneyNews Visa Europe CEO warns on fads; claims company has edge on new rivals Previous ArticleGlobe Telecom open to deal with San Miguel for spectrumNext ArticleBarclays finally supports Apple Pay last_img read more

Geoex Outbids Spectrum in MCG Acquisition

first_imgNorwegian multi-client seismic data specialist, Spectrum, has decided to withdraw the offer to acquire all the issued and outstanding shares in MultiClient Geophysical (MCG).The withdrawal follows the increase of the offer price by Geoex, a company bidding along Spectrum to acquire all outstanding shares in MCG.The important factor in the decision was the announcement by MCG board to recommend to the shareholders to accept the higher Geoex offer, Spectrum noted.“Spectrum has therefore resolved to withdraw the offer and that all acceptances received under the offer shall be released with immediate effect. Any blocking in VPS of MCG shares held by shareholders that have already accepted the offer will be released,” the company said.To remind, Spectrum made an offer to acquire all the outstanding shares at a consideration of NOK 1.25 per share, compared to the initial offer of Geoex of NOK 1.20 per share.The new offer by Geoex increased to NOK 1.40 per share.last_img read more

Lloyds counsels calm on credit

first_imgHigh street firms should not fear a ‘kneejerk’ reaction from banks restricting lending in the wake of high-profile firm failures, according to a big-four bank. The collapse of Manchester firm Cobbetts in January, which followed the demise in 2010 of regional giant Halliwells, has led to acute concerns over the availability of credit. But Chris Marston, head of professional practices at Lloyds TSB, told the Gazette: ‘There will be no kneejerk reaction from banks, nor would that be appropriate.’ He said firms can ‘take comfort’ from the fact banks will not change their approach to lending to the legal sector due to one-off high-profile collapses, but will consider a range of factors. Marston said the bank views solicitors as being of high integrity and the instances where it has written off law firm debt have been low compared with other sectors. ‘The partnership model has been a factor, as partners are jointly and severally personally liable,’ he said. Lloyds TSB, said Marston, has credit policies for all important sectors, including legal, which are reviewed twice a year. The next review for solicitors’ firms will be in around four months. The bank considers a number of factors, including how its book is performing and whether there are loans that are not being serviced, as well as external factors affecting the sector, such as alternative business structures. ‘We look at trends, not single instances,’ he added. Despite the economic climate and potential for increased competition from certain ABSs, he said the bank has seen a ‘surprising’ number of start-ups.last_img read more

Parma Shuts Out John Marshall 40-0 in Weather Shortened Contest

first_imgThe Parma Redmen (2-1) wanted to come out swinging against the John Marshall Lawyers (0-3). A cadre of running backs and an aggressive defense made sure that wasn’t going to be a problem, leading the team to 40 points in a lightning shortened shutout against their senate league opponent.Kyle Lyon  stood out on a very productive day for the Redmen offence. The senior Quarterback led the way with 20 yard run for a touchdown, and one through the air on a screen pass to junior wide receiver Dylan Herb.Senior Captain Anthony DiDonato and Bryson Durham and added touchdowns of their own in what proved to be simple, yet effective offensive game plan by Head Coach Bruce Saban.The defense held up their end of the bargain in shutting out the Lawyers, and star tailback Andre Starks, in the first half of action. Three interceptions and constant pressure from the Parma front seven made it a long day for the Lawyers, even though the game would be called early.Up next, Parma opens up their Great Lakes Conference schedule against the Normandy Invaders (0-2). This will be a tough test for the Invaders, as the Redmen have now put up 70 points on the scoreboard in their last two halves of footballMeanwhile John Marshall will take on the John F. Kenbedy Fighting Eagles (0-2) in their first week of Senate League play Rob Rozycki Related TopicsJohn Marshall LawyersParma Redmencenter_img A Pittsburgh Kid trying to find his way on the North Shore, Rob Rozycki has been watching, talking, and writing about sports for almost all of his life. Rob’s parents and grandparents started his love of sports at an early age, telling stories about Johnny Unitas, Bill Russell, and Al Kaline instead of fairy tales. In the 12 years he spent in Cleveland after attending Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Rob has gained an appreciation of Cleveland sports, along with it’s fans, who continue to be some of the most die hard in sports. After playing football, baseball, and basketball in his youth, Rob’s passion for telling the stories behind the games took over in adulthood. He is currently the co-host of The Main Event on and can also be heard the station’s coverage of the 2016 OHSAA State Hockey Tournament and 2016 Baron Cup.last_img read more

Matsushita named McLaren’s development driver

first_img GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Matsushita, 22, will concentrate on work in the team’s simulator to support race drivers Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso while also competing in the GP2 feeder series.There are no Japanese drivers currently in Formula One.“To step into the world of Formula One fulfils a boyhood dream, and is a huge step forward in my career,” he said. KEYWORDS LONDON – Nobuharu Matsushita will be McLaren’s test and development driver this season, the Honda-powered Formula One team said on Saturday.Former champion McLaren, which had its worst-ever season in 2015 and has not won a race since 2012, already has a reserve driver in Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne.center_img Formula One, McLaren, Nobuharu Matsushita IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img read more

FBC La Follette to host VBS

first_imgIt’s been a while since the First Baptist Church of La Follette has hosted its own Vacation Bible School.  But that’s all changing this summer. Members of the First Baptist of La Follette welcome you as a youngster or a volunteer to “Game On.”  That’s the theme of the summer’s VBS at FBC.  It’s Sunday, July 15 through Thursday, July 19, 6  pm to 8:30 pm.  For a free ride to VBS, call the church office at 423.562.7649.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 05/23/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Bozhinov started with Levski after a meeting with Sirakov

first_imgThe owner of “Levski” Nasko Sirakov held a meeting with Valeri Bozhinov, after which it became clear that the striker began training at “Gerena”. PHOTO: VELISLAV NIKOLOV He could play for the Blues from SeptemberValeri Bozhinov starts training with “Levski” today, after yesterday he agreed with the owner of the “blue” Nasko Sirakov.The 34-year-old striker has a valid contract with the Italian “Pescara” until August 31. Until that date, he is not allowed to be registered for another club. Therefore, he has no right to participate in the matches of the “blues” at least for the first 4 rounds of the First League – against “Beroe”, “Arda”, “Tsarsko Selo” and “Montana”, even if he signs a contract with “Levski”. At the moment, no specific talks have been held for signing, and Sirakov’s idea is for Valeri Bozhinov to help with experience and mood for the growth of the young football players of Gerena.“I talked to Nasko Sirakov, I will start training with the club, but at this stage there is nothing concrete. There is no point in saying the same things every day. The most important is “Levski”. When there is something clear, you will all understand it “, Bozhinov told “At this stage we all need to unite and think about the good of our favorite club. It will be difficult, but with the joint efforts of management, coaches, players and especially the fans, “Levski” will survive. I’m sure. It takes a lot of work, because the situation is really very difficult in the club, not only in the team, but I am optimistic “, added Valeri.As soon as he returned to Bulgaria, he went to Gerena to see coach Georgi Todorov and his good friend Zhivko Milanov. And with a comment under a post by Nikolai Mihailov, he hinted that he was returning.And if he really signs, this will be his third stay at Levski. In 2014 he recorded 20 games and 8 goals. In 2019 there were 11 matches and 4 goals. Namely, his winning goal in the barrage for the Europa League against “Eter” a year ago is his last goal in his career so far.last_img read more