The conference was academic, covering various aspects of nursing excellence, quality excellence, leadership, patient safety
Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital, Maharashtra’s first Joint Commission International (JCI), USA and NABH accredited hospital successfully organised the 7th National Conference ‘ABMH QIPS-VII, 2019’ on quality improvement and patient safety recently at Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital Auditorium. The conference is the seventh consecutive initiative by Aditya Birla Hospital, Pune. More than 300 participants from hospitals, healthcare organisations and institutes across the country participated in this conference.
“Patient safety and providing them the best quality of healthcare has always been our objective. It is in pursuit of this endeavour that we have been organising the QIPS conference over years. Like the previous conference, this year also we have received an overwhelming response for the conference. The industry stalwarts have appreciated this initiative of ours as it serves as a good platform to come together and work towards the betterment of 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,” added Dubey.
The conference witnessed speakers and delegates from hospitals and other healthcare organisations from all over India. Healthcare Executives mainly CEO’s, COO’s, Medical Administrators, Quality Heads actively participated in this conference and discussed various aspects of quality improvement and patients safety.
The conference was academic and covered various aspects of nursing excellence, quality excellence, leadership and patient safety.