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Winners of the Asian Hospital Management Awards 2014 Announced



45 winning entries from 29 hospitals in Asia will be recognized in Cebu City, Philippines

Cebu City, Philippines, July 28, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Hospital Management Asia (HMA) announced the winners of the 13th Asian Hospital Management Awards (AHMA). Forty-five (45) winning entries from twenty-nine (29) hospitals in nine Asian countries will be awarded on August 29, Friday, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Cebu City, Philippines. Please see the winners list provided below.

For thirteen years now, AHMA has been recognizing hospitals in Asia that have implemented outstanding programs and best practices that served patients, hospital employees, and the community. Eleven awards categories were vied for including two new ones - Community Hospital Improvement and Innovations in Healthcare IT.

The AHMA 2014 winners will be displaying posters of their respective programs during the two-day conference on August 28 and 29 at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Apart from adding transparency to the process, the poster display will offer a venue for the winners to share the benefits of their winning programs with the HMA community.

The awarding ceremonies of AHMA 2014 will take place during the Awards Gala Dinner at Radisson Blu Hotel Cebu on the evening of August 29, Friday.

Asian Hospital Management Awards 2014 - List of Winners (Alphabetical)

I. Corporate Social Responsibility

- Apollo Hospital Enterprises Limited (India)
- Asiri Surgical Hospital PLC (Sri Lanka)
- MAA Medicare Kidney Charity Fund (Malaysia)
- National Kidney Transplant Institute (Philippines)

II. Human Resource Development

- Bangkok Hospital Phuket (Thailand)
- Fortis Hospitals Mulund (India)
- Indraprastha Apollo Hospital (India)
- Ren Ci hospital (Singapore)

III. Service Improvement for Internal Customers

- Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals (India)
- Manila Doctors Hospital (Philippines)
- Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Hong Kong)
- Tan Tock Seng (Singapore)
- WUXI NO 2 People's Hospital (China)

IV. Marketing, PR or Online Presence

- Apollo Hospitals (India)
- Manila Doctors Hospital (Philippines)
- West China Hospital, Sichuan University (China)
- Wuxi No. 2 People's Hospital (China)

V. Patient Safety

- Fortis Hospitals Mulund (India)
- National University Hospital (Singapore)
- St. Luke's Medical Center, Global City (Philippines)

VI. Clinical Service Improvement

- Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals (India)
- National University Hospital (Singapore)
- Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital (Hong Kong)
- Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Singapore)

VII. Customer Service

- Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore (India)
- Apollo Hospitals (India)
- Narayna Health (India)

VIII. Bio Medical Equipment / Facilities Improvement

- Bangkok Hospital Phuket (Thailand)
- Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi (India)
- National University Hospital (Singapore)
- Sakra World Hospital (India)
- Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Singapore)

IX. Innovations in Hospital Management and Governance

- Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals (India)
- Bangkok Hospital Phuket (Thailand)
- Dr. B.L.Kapur Memorial Hospital (India)
- Hong Kong Hospital Authority (Hong Kong)
- Philippine Heart Centre (Philippines)

X. Innovations in Healthcare IT

- Apollo Hospitals Hyderabad (India)
- Apollo Hospitals (India)
- National University Hospital (Singapore)
- Princess Margaret Hospital (Hong Kong)
- The Medical City (Philippines)

XI. Community Hospital Improvement

- Mercy Community Hospital, Inc (Philippines)
- Singal Medical Centre, Aga Khan Health Service (Pakistan)

List of 2014 Winners is also available here:
http://hospitalmanagementasia.com/ahma-2014-list-of-winners/

For a list of previous winners, please visit:
http://www.asianhospitalmanagementawards.com/Default.aspx?id=PastWinners

Learn more about AHMA award categories and criteria at:
http://hospitalmanagementasia.com/wpcontent/uploads/HM14AwardsFactSheet2...

Browse the AHMA brochure at:
http://hospitalmanagementasia.com/wp-content/uploads/HM14AwardsBrochure2...

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

About Hospital Management Asia (HMA)

HMA was awarded BEST MANAGED EVENT in the Asian Conference Awards 2013, organized by the London-based Global Conference Network.

HMA, now in its 13th year, is the largest educational event for healthcare managers in Asia. HMA 2014 is organized by Exedra Events and presented by the Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines (PHAPi), in cooperation with Johns Hopkins International, Joint Commission International, Austco Marketing & Service (Asia), The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, DNV GL, Elsevier, RiskMan International Pty Ltd, Wolters Kluwer Health|UpToDate, the International Hospital Federation, the Asian Hospital Federation, and a number of national associations and organizations across Asia: Association of Healthcare Providers (India), ASTRON Hospital & Healthcare Consultants Private Limited, Healthcare Federation of India, Hong Kong Hospital Authority, Ho Chi Minh City Medical Association, Indian Health Care Quality Forum, Indonesian Hospital Association, Japan Hospital Association, Korean Hospital Association, Ministry of Health Vietnam, Myanmar Private Hospital Association, The Medical Practitioner Society of Ho Chi Minh City. For more information, please visit www.hospitalmanagementasia.com.

Source: Hospital Management Asia (HMA)

Contact:
Mylene Alcazar
Marketing and Media Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +63-2-846-8339




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