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Asian Hospital Management Awards calls for final batch of entries for AHMA 2014



Hospitals in Asia rush to catch the deadline for the Asian Hospital Management Awards.

Cebu City, Philippines, June 20, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Asian Hospital Management Awards (AHMA) invites hospitals all over Asia to nominate their innovative best practices and programs to vie in 11 categories before the deadline on June 20, 2014, Friday. Healthcare firms, solutions providers, hospital suppliers, and medical service consultants are encouraged to nominate hospitals they believe have implemented programs worthy of recognition.

AHMA recognizes hospitals that have implemented outstanding and innovative programs, projects and best practices that benefited patients, internal customers and the community. AHMA is the premier award program in Asia, with a total number of 3,137 entries since it was first launched n 2002. Judges are composed of distinguished international experts. More than 300 entries are expected from private and government hospitals in Asia.

Award entries undergo an organized selection process which includes preliminary screening, comments by jurors, and final judging. Each award category will be judged by 3-4 judges. The panel is composed of representatives from the International Hospital Federation, Joint Commission International, Johns Hopkins Medicine International, members of the Advisory Board, major sponsors, and other speakers.

Submission of awards entries began last March 31 and will close on June 20, 2014. Only online entries are accepted. Finalists of AHMA 2014 will be announced on July 25, 2014duringthe Awards Ceremonies and Gala Dinner at Radisson Blu Hotel Cebu on the evening August 29, Friday.

Thinking of submitting an award entry? Read more about AHMA award categories and criteria at:

- http://bit.ly/1ssm7zN

- or access the AHMA brochure at http://bit.ly/TcPWEm

- To submit online, register at www.asianhospitalmanagementawards.com

For further AHMA information and inquiries, please email Karla Alcaraz, Awards Coordinator at [email protected]

About the Asian Hospital Management Awards (AHMA)

AHMA motivates hospital staff and recognizes hospital projects and efforts across all departments just by entering the awards. AHMA 2014 is presented in 11 categories, including Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Human Resource Development, Service Improvement for Internal Customers, Marketing, PR or Online Presence, Patient Safety, Clinical Service Improvement, Customer Service, Bio Medical Equipment/Facilities Improvement, Innovations in Hospital Management and Governance, Grand Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, along with two new award categories - Innovations in Healthcare IT and Community Hospital Improvement.

About Hospital Management Asia (HMA)

HMA, now in its 13th year is totally committed to keeping hospital managers, clinicians and healthcare leaders and medical doctors updated on worldwide healthcare management thinking and experience while creating a real and virtual forum for regional networking of healthcare managers.

The conference topics are meant to be immediately useful "how to" tools. At the same time, there are thought-leading topics for the plenary sessions, CEO Forum and Health Leaders Summit that are targeted at senior and top executives.

HMA's mission is to help hospital managers improve and succeed. It directs itself to the continuing professional development of hospital managers, clinicians and leaders in an environment of quality intellectual learning and quiet social exchanges.

Inherent in its branding is that the HMA is Asia's Premier Learning CONFERENCE and EXPO for Hospital Managers. HMA updates delegates on best hospital management systems and practices in the industry. It is a teaching, learning and networking convention.

The 2014 event is scheduled on August 28 and 29 in Cebu City, Philippines. There are in depth pre-conference seminars the day before the main conference. For more information, please visit www.hospitalmanagementasia.com.

Source: Hospital Management Asia (HMA)

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Mylene Alcazar 
Marketing and Media Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +632 846 8339 




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