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NABH Pre-Accreditation Entry-Level Standards: Using Software for Help

The National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers (NABH) has now given standards that need to be followed before applying for accreditation. The Indian Medical Association recommends these standards too. The standards might become mandatory for insurance companies for empanelling, and the state Governments might eventually make them… 

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Here is $100,000 – How Much of Your Company do I get?

It is a valid question. Your medical innovation is going to require money in order to advance from development to commercial launch. Whether your total capital needs are $3 million or $30 million, the needed money can trickle in via smaller increments or in tranches of millions of dollars—depending on… 

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Road Traffic Accidents – A Serious Concern

An accident or a mishap is an “unforeseen and unplanned event or circumstance, often with lack of intention or necessity.” (1) Accidents are a major cause of preventable morbidity, mortality and disability. In 2002, out of all deaths, about eight percent were due to accidents. (2) In the classification of… 

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Medical Camps in India Held by Physicians from other Countries: Guest Blogger P. Lal Arora, MD

Do these camps offer value? Experience of a Physician. Background I am a practicing physician, an internist and a geriatrician in the State of Ohio in the United States. I live and practice near Cleveland. Under the auspices of a local physician non-profit organization, I have participated in a number… 

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Make Your Medical Product Ideas Come to Life: Timelines, Milestones & Reducing Risk

With your task and timeline now fundamentally constructed, you should have a grasp on what tasks lie ahead and how much money you will need to accomplish them. This is key information for an important reason. As you progress down your timeline, accomplishing the tasks that you and your team… 

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Medical Negligence in India: Guest Blogger Dr. Dheeraj V. Mulchandani

A fair amount of material has been written about medical negligence in the past, and it is a topic guaranteed to continue in writing in the future. Purely from the Indian perspective (since each country has its own laws), negligence is often declared via the various forms of media. Such… 

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Make Your Medical Product Ideas Come to Life: A Development Path

An embryo seems to miraculously mature through layers of development. Cellular differentiation, a forming spinal column, organ development, and more, are all necessary for a healthy, vital birth. Just as the developing fetus goes through a myriad of maturation steps, your medical innovation and your company must proceed methodically through… 

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