Reportedly, more than 250 representatives from leading hospitals and healthcare organisations across the country participated in this conference
Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital recently organised the 4th national conference ABMH QIPS-IV, 2016 on quality improvement and patient safety. It was held at Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital auditorium. The two-day conference was reportedly attended by more than 250 participants from the leading hospitals and healthcare organisations across the country.
“Patient safety and providing them the best quality of healthcare has always been our objective. It is in pursuit of this endeavour that we had organised the QIPS conference for the fourth time. Like our previous conference, this year also we have received an overwhelming response. The industry stalwarts have appreciated our initiative since it serves as a good platform to come together and work towards the betterment of the society,” said Rekha Dubey, CEO, Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital. “We reviewed the current status of quality and safety in healthcare programmes in India and identified strategies to improve the same,” she further informed.
The conference witnessed speakers and delegates from renowned hospitals all over India. Eminent healthcare executives mainly the CEOs, COOs, Medical Administrators, Quality Heads actively participated in the conference and discussed various aspects of quality improvement and patient safety.
The two-day conference covered various topics like:
- Clinical Audit – Clinical Application
- Elements to measure safety and get satisfaction
- Leading quality essentials for managers
- Redesigning care to improve clinical outcomes
- Why is accreditation essential for quality and safety?
- Debate – does accreditation makes a difference in quality?
- Longer association with one organisation (Boon or Bane?)
- Nursing activities to improve patient safety
- IT in healthcare
The event also comprised paper and poster presentation on quality and patient safety. There were debates on key issues and multidisciplinary panel discussions on a few topics.