Lately a fake and absolute derogatory article is being forwarded to doctors and amongst the individuals related to healthcare industry regarding NABH. Such attempts are made by some fake news paper from Jabalpur whose existence in itself is questionable. We are forced to clarify few things about NABH as the entire Jabalpur news paper article […]
There are lots of myths and confusion about whether small and big hospitals should go for NABH or not. Still there is an increasing number of hospitals and various other healthcare organizations, successfully accrediting themselves with NABH accreditation or NABH pre-accreditation. Here are the reasons why – NABH pre-accreditation is still mandatory for cashless facilities […]
Medigence is proud to announce NABH accreditation of its latest client (Spandan Hospital Baroda). You can read the entire case study of Spandan Hospital by clicking on this link https://themedigence.com/nabh-quality-case-studies/nabh-case-study-spandan-hospital-baroda/ The entire journey of accreditation for both Spandan Hospital Baroda, and NABH consultant (Medigence Solutions Pvt Ltd), was exhilarating and inspiring. Kudos to the staff and […]
As per the reference notification (Ref notification: IRDA/HLT/REG/CIR/146/07/2016 dated 29.07.2016) by INSURANCE REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF INDIA, it is now going to be mandatory for all small and big hospitals and healthcare organizations to get at least entry-level NABH accreditation, in order to continue their insurance tie-ups and to continue providing cashless services. […]
The theory was first published in 2005 a press released under the name of Cliff Arnall, who at the time was a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning – a Further Education centre associated with Cardiff University. Later, however, the Guardian printed a statement from the university distancing itself from the psychology professor: “Cardiff University asked us to point out that Cliff Arnall… was a former part-time tutor at the university but left in February.”
Blue Monday, which falls on 18 January in 2016, is allegedly the most depressing day of the year. Understandably, tightened purse strings following the festive splurge, time passed since Christmas and failed new year resolutions is not a combination for happiness – but why is the third Monday in January apparently the worst day of the year?