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Conferences : 1st India Health Conclave

Start Date : 02-Apr-2008 End Date : 04-Apr-2008
Venue : The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower
City : Mumbai Country : India
Category : Health & Medicine

1st India Health Conclave

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1st India Health Conclave 2008 will provide an excellent opportunity to discuss on the global trends & challenges for the Indian healthcare sector. Industry leaders would share their knowledge and insights in healthcare delivery.
The conference would cover many topics such as: Overcoming the healthcare challenge for India, building and managing a powerful hospital network, integrated healthcare delivery: the blueprint for success, creating value through value driven delivery of healthcare - the raffles model, globalization in healthcare - the challenges, managing hospitals across the world, academic medical centers: the new opportunity for India, catering to the global patient - the big opportunity for Asia, healthcare consumerism, role of design in creating an efficient healthcare system, establishing new standards in oncology care, future of healthcare retail in India, creating health cities for India, addressing the real estate challenge in healthcare & many more.

Organizer Technopak, Thane , India

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