Apollo Hospital’s health dialogue on patient safety brings over 3,000 delegates together

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 9/17/2019 11:55:35 AM

JAMMU, Sep 16: Apollo Hospitals Group’s International Health Dialogue, which comprises of International Patient Safety Conference; and Transforming Healthcare with IT conference bring over 3,000 delegates together.
The conference was inaugurated by Dr Prathap C Reddy, Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group. Over 300 delegates from 120 countries are attending Asia’s largest patient safety-focused conference and the largest healthcare and IT-based International conference and trade show in India.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Prathap C Reddy said, “It has always been our vision to bring the best of world-class healthcare for the benefits of patients in India, and over the decades we have successfully been at the forefront of ensuring healthcare that is comparable to the best globally for our patients. At the same time, it is important to build a model of global collaboration with a platform where healthcare stakeholders from all over the world can come together for healthy dialogue and discussions, share best practices and exchange ideas and experiences.”
The 8th edition of the International Patient Safety Conference (IPSC), a not-for-profit initiative, will address critical issues in patient safety with global experts discussing the role of proactive practices and streamlined systems in improving patient safety. The 9th edition of the International Conference on Transforming Healthcare with Information Technology (THIT) organized by the Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation and Apollo Hospitals Group has over 50 eminent speakers from India and abroad participating in interactive sessions, educational programs, and a trade exhibition showcasing the latest products, technology, services and industry information.
With sessions based on this year’s theme of ‘Imagine, Innovate, Inspire’, IPSC will provide an opportunity to learn from patient safety and quality experts from across the world.
The discussions at the conference will range from debates on technology versus touch; the healthcare workforce of the future; overall patient safety aspects including infection control, medication management, radiation safety to facility safety and accreditations.
Preetha Reddy, Vice Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Group, said “Our team and collaborators have been working endlessly in the last couple of months on bringing this massive event to fruition and we are proud to host it for not just our national delegates but those from abroad as well. The International Patient Safety Conference will serve as a platform where all stakeholders can share experiences, exchange ideas, and discuss best practices for improving patient safety, which comprises a vital aspect of healthcare delivery. We look forward to an outcome where the suggestions generated are integrated into a national policy to improve patient safety across the healthcare system.”



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