Highlighting patient care and safety on various medical advancements like oncology, transplant medicine, cardiac sciences, the two day maiden annual medical conference Max Medicon 2015 benefited 1000 of practicing doctors, medical administrators and hospital/nursing home owners.
Providing a common platform for nearly 1500 doctors the two day conference also included parallel sessions on obstetrics and gynaecology, along with ‘safer healthcare issues’ in clinical practice.
The conference also highlighted the important issue on “Adolescent Health & Geriatric Care” which saw an active participation of over 250 people comprising of school teachers, students and senior citizens.
“Such conferences are of vital importance. Healthcare is taking a major turn as doctors and hospitals look for
ways to improve health outcomes while meeting patients’ expectations. While patient care continues to be our foremost priority, Max Healthcare is pushing boundaries to ensure patient safety at every step,” said Dr Vinay Aggarwal, Organising Chairman of the conference.
“Numerous topics and varied workshops provided the attendees with a unique opportunity to share unique case studies and advancements across specialities. Max Healthcare has been regularly organising conferences, updates, continuing medical education programmes, workshops and postdoctoral training programmes which have emerged as a helping aid to the doctors,” said Neeraj Mishra, Organising Co-Chairperson.
J P Nadda, Union Health Minister, gave away the sevabhav awards and released a souvenir.