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Events and Updates

       
 

Events

   
Current Schedule for Ahmedabad,Delhi,Jaipur Mumbai & Pune
Please Note: Advanced Learning Series Workshops fees and schedule is different than the 1 day MDP / HMDP workshops stated herein. Request for details by sending us an email to support@meditecindia.com


         
Training/WorkShop Ahmedabad Delhi Jaipur Mumbai Pune
Strategic Service Operations Management in Hospitals - HMDP (Advanced Learning Series, Fees: RS. 15000/- Per Candidate)       Dec 9 & 10; 2017  
Marketing of Healthcare Services - HMDP   Rescheduled   Dec 6; 2017  
HMDP IT & Information Security in Hospitals - HMDP   Rescheduled Nov 28 2017  
Healthcare Quality (Clinical Audit) - HMDP     Feb 2018 Rescheduled
Healthcare Quality (Patient Safety) - HMDP          
Healthcare Quality (Basic Concepts) - HMDP       Feb 2018  
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Yellow Belt)
Feb 2018 Tentative March 2018 Feb 2018 Jan 5 & 6;2018 Rescheduled
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Green Belt)
Feb 2018
March 2018

Feb 2018
Jan; 2018 (Weekends)
13 & 14; 20 & 21; 27 & 28
Rescheduled
 
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Black Belt - Phase 1)
      April 2018  
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Black Belt - Phase 2)
      May 2018  
   
           
    Current Schedule for Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Nagpur & Surat      
           
                   
Training/WorkShop Bangalore Chennai Hyderabad Kolkata Nagpur Surat
Service operations management in Hospitals - HMDP     Rescheduled        
Marketing of Healthcare Services - HMDP            
IT & Information Security in Hospitals - HMDP   Rescheduled        
Healthcare Quality (Clinical Audit) - HMDP     Rescheduled        
Healthcare Quality (Patient Safety) - HMDP   Rescheduled        
Healthcare Quality (Basic Concepts) - HMDP            
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Yellow Belt)
2018 Rescheduled 2018 2018    
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Green Belt)
August
2018
Rescheduled
2018
Tentative
Aug 2018
Tentative
Aug 2018
Tentative
July 2018
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Black Belt - Phase 1)
           
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Black Belt - Phase 2)
           
     
           
   

Please Note:

1. 1. The Registration for all programs from January 2015 is required to be confirmed 25 days before its respective schedule. Any registrations after the stated last date shall be considered for the next consecutive program schedule in that respective city.
2. Confirming your participation requires online form registration and a registration fee of RS 1000/- for Lean Six Sigma Training & RS 500/- for HMDP. This registration fee is non – refundable, however it shall be deducted from the total payable fee of its respective program.
3. For HMDP the schedule is announced frequently based on requests, interested participants are request to register so that we can inform you of the immediate next program schedule.
4. The schedule below is a tentative schedule in which the program shall be conducted in its respective city; the last date to pay fees shall be announced 45 days prior to its respective tentative schedule.
5. All participants aspiring to pursue Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training program are required to attend Yellow Belt training first.
6. All participants aspiring to pursue Lean Six Sigma Black belt training program are required to attend Yellow Belt & Upgrade to Green Belt training & complete the Green Belt course requirements first.
7.
Last date to register for program scheduled is 25 days before its respective schedule. Kindly note; as per revised taxes; the revised fee structure applicable 2015 onwards; is as below

     
           
   
Training/WorkShop Fees per participant Fees payment terms
Service operations management in Hospitals - HMDP

Rs. 4600/-

Rs. 500/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Marketing of Healthcare Services - HMDP Rs. 4600/- Rs. 500/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
IT & Information Security in Hospitals - HMDP Rs. 4600/- Rs. 500/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Healthcare Quality (Clinical Audit) - HMDP Rs. 4600/- Rs. 500/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Healthcare Quality (Patient Safety) - HMDP Rs. 4600/- Rs. 500/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Healthcare Quality (Basic Concepts) - HMDP Rs. 4600/- Rs. 500/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Yellow Belt)
Rs. 9000/- Rs. 1000/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Green Belt)
Rs. 29000/- Rs. 1000/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Black Belt - Phase 1)
Rs. 29700/-
for Phase 1
Rs. 1000/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare
(Upgrade to Black Belt - Phase 2)
Rs. 29700/-
for Phase 2
Rs. 1000/- to confirm participation & balance amount to be paid 15 days before scheduled date
     
           
    Program duration & special offers:

1. All HMDPs are 1 day workshops.
2. For HMDP workshops Participation Certificate shall be provided
3. For Participants registering for two different one day HMDP workshops the total fees applicable for two one day MDPs would be: RS 8300/- per participant.
4. For Participants registering for three different one day HMDP workshops the total fees applicable for three one day MDPs would be: RS 11900/- per participant
5. The Fees for HMDP is to be paid in full payment by its respective last date (15 days prior to its respective schedule)
6. Duration of Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare (Yellow belt): 2 days
7. Duration of Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare (Upgrade to Green belt): 6 days
8. Duration of Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare (Upgrade to Black belt): 12 days ( 2 phases of 6 days each)
9. The fees for Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is payable in two equal parts; details of which shall be provided on request.
10. The fees for Lean Six Sigma Green Belt & Black Belt is payable in three equal parts; details of which shall be provided on request.
11. All Drafts / Cheques should be drawn in favour of “AUM MEDITEC” payable at Mumbai.
     
           
 

Past Events Represented

 
           
   

1. Green Lean Six Sigma in Healthcare (Yellow & Green Belt Certification):
a. Mumbai: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 - 3 batches
b. Delhi: 2012, 2013 & 2014 c. Bangalore: 2012, 2013 d. Hyderabad: 2013
e. Pune & Kolkata: 2014

2. Green Lean Six Sigma in Retail
a. 4 batches

3. Green Lean Six Sigma (Manufacturing, Service, Medical Device)
a. 5 batches

4. MDP IT in Healthcare:
a. Mumbai: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 - 9 batches
b. Delhi: 2012, 2013, 2014

5. MDP Marketing in Healthcare:
a. Mumbai: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014   - 9 batches
b. Delhi: 2012, 2013

6. MDP Healthcare Quality(Clinical Audit):
a. Mumbai: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 - 9 batches

7. MDP Service Operations Management in Hospitals
a. Mumbai: 2013, 2014 - 5 batches

      
           
    "Six Sigma Yellow belt Training" - March 2010      
         
    National Oncology Update - 2006      
           
  National Oncology Update - 2005      
 
Q Batch - Reunion:
"
It seems only yesterday, when In Jun-July 78 we joined AFMC, and now we are in the 25th year. It calls for a grand celebration. We plan to celebrate our silver batch reunion during 22-24th Dec 2003 at AFMC Pune. This would give us the much awaited opportunity to meet each other with family in our familiar corners of AFMC, walk down memory lane and catch up with the last twenty-five years. The three days of reunion will be full of fun and forlick, meeting old teachers, alumini and new AFMCites, parties, dance, picnic, sports and various other social and cultural events..."

Web casts represented:

We are proud to say that www.meditecindia.com is one of the first medical portals in India to web cast medical events and demonstrate them live/deferred with continuous streaming video and super image and sound quality. 

Web casting technology, the broadcast of live or delayed seminars / workshops over the Internet, is being deployed more often by event organizers.

We have successfully demonstrated the web cast of "G.P. Update 2002" organized and demonstrated by Dr Maydeo and his team at Bhatia hospital. This event is online now. Do log on to our site and view this workshop.

Also, Deferred web cast of Oncology CME 2003 shall be online till October 4, 2003.

The 3rd Live Endoscopy Workshop for the G.P.

This was held on September 15, 2002, was attended by about 900 delegates. Keeping in view of the number of delegates that wanted to attend the workshop and couldn't register in time, the event organizers arrived at a decision to cater to these participants as virtual participants and with a tie-up with www.meditecindia.com , have made this workshop available to such participants via the Internet to PC users.

This was the third unique update in GI Endoscopy, organized by Digestive Disease Center, Bhatia General Hospital. Dr Amit Maydeo & Dr Durgesh Borkar demonstrated some of the most exciting advances in GI Endoscopy and Gastroenterology. The most interesting of all was the latest advance in GI Endoscopy - "Capsule Endoscopy" a revolutionizing concept in such procedures, that enables the endoscopist to view pictures of the complete GI tract, clicked at different intervals by the capsule. Some of the procedures demonstrated were as stated below:

1. Diagnosis of Endoscopic appearance of:

  •  Gastritis
  •  Esophagitis
  •  Ulcer
  •  Polyps
  •  Varices
  •  Ulcerative colitis
  •  Malignancy

2. Capsule Endoscopy

3. Endo-magic: How to stop variceal bleeding

4. Removal of stones without surgery (CBD stones, Pancreatic stones)

  • Peptic esophageal stricture
  • Corrosive strictures

6. Demonstration of how clogged lumens are unclogged

  • Esophageal stenting
  • Billiary stenting
  • Pancreatic stenting

ONCOLOGY CME 2003

This was also the 30th Anniversary of this CME & was clubbed with Zonal CME of Indian Society of Surgical Oncologists. This was organized by Malignant Diseases Treatment Center, Command Hospital (SC), Pune. This CME was held on July 19 & 20, 2003. 
Panel Discussions on Ca Esophagus & Stomach, Symposia on Lymphoma & Ca breast, Scientific sessions on Head & Neck Cancers, Genitourinary Malignancies, Brain, soft tissue & bone tumors, Pediatric & hematological malignancies & allied specialties were held & the faculty as well as delegate participants included eminent oncologists of the leading cancer institutes of the country, both from Civil & Armed forces.
Some of the topics discussed & web casted were as stated below:
1. Symposium

  • Leukemias
  • Ca Breast
  • Lymphomas

2. Pannel Discussions:

  • Carcinoma Oesophagus & Stomach
  • Ca Thyroid

3. Scientific Sessions:

  • Brain, Neck & Head Malignancies

4. Video Presentation of Operative procedures.
5. Other Topics :

  • Cancer in the elderly
  • Psychiatry in Oncology
  • Review of Surgery in Carcinoma Rectum
  • Surgery in Carcinoma Lung
  • And Many More…

    Apart from the above many intellectual presentations related to oncology and oncosurgery were presented and discussed by many a known personalities from the field of oncology
     
 
Quest 2001

Its an honor for us to intimate you that we have successfully hosted the event "Quest: 2001" held at AFMC, Pune on the "Event Section" of our Web Site: www.meditecindia.com as the official web site for the said event and represented them again as their web site for the seminar on healthcare facility planning: "EPIC 2003", held in August 2003.
We also represented "The Oncology - Urology Update 2001" as their official web site held in the month of September, at MDTC Command Hospital, Pune and represented them again as their official web site for the "Oncology CME 2003" held in July 2003. 

This event was organized by Health administration Dept. of AFMC, Pune, & was held at the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune on July 27-28, 2001 
Corporate hospitals, government bodies, AIIMS, Department General of Health Services of various states besides various other institutions participated in the event.
Various topics related to healthcare planning were discussed. Subjects like; cost efficiency in hospitals, performance analysis in hospitals, SWOT analysis, planning of water supply, advances in critical care units & OTs, Prosthetic fitting centers, Modernization in technology & its effects, safety measures, HIS, MIS, medical stores, etc were presented.
Our eminent presenters & panelists also effectively discussed role of hospital administrators, medico legal issues, effect of health insurance & medical insurance schemes, etc.

Oncology-Urology Update 2001

The Malignant Disease Treatment Center and Dept. of Urology of Command Hospital Pune hosted a National Update in Oncology and Urology on 15th & 16th September 2001. 
The same was attended by eminent oncologists and urologists from Patrons premier civil and army hospitals of India. 
Besides a CME Programme, the update had Scientific Sessions on Urology, Hematological Malignancy, Ovarian Carcinoma and G.l. Malignancy, Panel Discussions on Ca Breast and Ca Prostate and Symposium on Head and Neck Malignancy. A Scientific Exhibition was also planned at the update. 
This event also proved as a very suitable platform to project related products to the gathered oncology and urology fraternity and allied specialists. 

Epic 2003

National Seminar on Health care facility planning titled EPIC - 2003 (Excellence through planning and integration of care) organized by Health administration Dept. of AFMC, Pune, was held at the
Armed Forces Medical College, Pune on 08 - 09 Aug 2003. This strong scientific programme covered important aspects of Health care facility planning. 

This CME will provided the appropriate forum to the participants of diverse specialties to discuss the existing and emerging issues in health care facility planning and evolve suitable norms for modern hospitals. 

With the advances in provision of health care, the challenges in Health care facility planning have increased exponentially. The seminar endeavored to address "Facility planning", "Equipment planning", "Planning of specialty hospitals", "Stand alone and Turn key projects" and "Futuristic views on hospitals". EPIC - 2003 was focused on the emerging trends, newer concepts & practices and integrated these issues with planning concepts. Experienced national faculty of immense repute lead the symposia and panel discussion. The meeting offered the opportunity to interact with experts and discuss both the principles and the practice of effective & efficient health care facility planning.