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National Seminar on Health Care Management at ICFAI University on June 3

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The ICFAI University, Hyderabad (The Faculty of Management Studies) is organizing the first National Seminar on Healthcare Management on 3rd June 2016, at its Campus, Shankarpally Road, Hyderabad. The Seminar is aimed at creating awareness of the New Age Health Economy and about the transition of healthcare from traditional model to the new age model of Healthcare. To highlight the need for affordable, value based accessible sustainable and convenient healthcare.

To highlight the goals, key issues and challenges confronting the sector in the transition from value based care over volume based care.

The Conference address will be delivered by The Chief Guest Rajeshwar Tiwari, IAS, Principal Secretary, Health, Medical & Family Welfare, Govt. of Telangana. Padma Vibhushan Dr. Pratap C Reddy, Founder, Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group and Padmasri Dr. B Soma Raju, Chairman &MD, Care Hospitals, will deliver Keynote address. Prof. J. Mahender Reddy, Vice Chancellor, IFHE, Hyderabad will preside over the event.

Around 300 delegates from Healthcare industry across the country are expected to participate in the seminar.

Healthcare includes various stakeholders such as hospitals, pharmaceuticals and biotech life sciences, medical instrumentation and devices, diagnostics, IT and other services, regulatory bodies and the State.

According to organizers, the participation would be on Invitation only. Interested professionals may contact for invitation Dr.Y V Subrahmanyam, Academic Wing, # 65, 3rd Floor, Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta, Hyderabad, Mob: 9849054235; E-mail: [email protected]

The University campus based at Hyderabad, is a 92 acres lush green campus with built-up area of over 16 lakh sq.ft. The campus is fully residential, Wi-Fi enabled and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. (NSS)

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