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UBM Medica India Announces Hospital Management Conference (HMC) 2012
Date:11/1/2012

MUMBAI, November 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

On the successful completion of HMC 2011, we are happy to introduce you to the 2nd Edition of HMC 2012 on 22-23 November 2012 at Hotel Crowne Plaza, New Delhi & 29-30 November at Hotel Holiday Inn, Mumbai. This was a co-created platform by UBM Medica and CIMS, which was successfully concluded on May 27-28, 2011 at the Hotel Westin in Mumbai.

The 2nd annual Hospital Management Conference 2012 will be a two-day, content-driven event, specific to those in the management and execution of the hospitals, when key decision-makers within the healthcare industry will address the approaches which are most appropriate and cost-effective to improve quality and safety and they will also develop diverse strategies to encourage hospitals to do so.

HMC 2012 offers hospital managers the opportunity to learn specific tools and techniques to do their jobs better, in an environment of quality learning and networking with peers. Key to this process is the staging of how-to, skills-related workshops, run only by experienced professors and industry experts. It is also an essential part of the "product" that participants are given sufficient and good choices of workshops to attend.

Specially designed to meet your needs in a unique two-day format, the Hospital Management Conference (HMC) 2012 will bring you up-to-date information on the full range of professional solutions that will increase your productivity and improve the quality of your hospital's products and services.

The event includes special sessions with certificates by NABH on role of clinical audit in healthcare quality improvement and medication management. Attending the conference contains 2 hours of technical sessions by NABH and may be eligible for MCI credit Points accordingly.

To learn more visit: http://hmcindia.in/

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