Established by Royal Decree in 2002, the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (also known as TCEB) is a public organization tasked with promoting and developing business events in Thailand. Since 2004, TCEB has worked toward establishing Thailand as Asia's premier business events destination, by providing flexible, service-oriented support to meeting-goers, incentives winners, convention attendees and exhibition participants.
The Association of Indian Medical Device Industry (AiMED) represents the interests of over 700 Manufacturers of consumables, disposables and diagnostics equipment. The presence of AiMED allows the Government to access a single point of contact and provide various services to the manufacturers, such as those relating to policy issues, medical device regulations, education and training, quality certification, government funding for R&D, encouraging innovations, improve clinician and patient access to the modern, innovative and reliable medical device technologies through organizing meeting, seminars, symposia, exhibitions and demonstrations and also, to promote global harmonization of Indian device industry.
Association Of Private Hospitals Of Malaysia (APHM)
The Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM), registered back in 1972, now has over 134 members from all over Malaysia. The APHM is recognised by the Ministry of Health and Government of Malaysia as THE representative of the Private Hospital Sector, taking into consideration of the fact that all major hospital groups and large standalone hospitals are amongst its members. With the continued support of the Government and other agencies, APHM continues to play a very significant role in ensuring quality, patient safety and good governance in its member hospitals.
HOMLESIAP – the Philippine Medical and Laboratory Equipment and Supply Group Inc.
HOMLESIAP is a trade association of leading, legitimate importers/distributors of hospital, medical laboratory equipment and supplies. Among its purposes are:
· Establish better business conditions and relations among all members · Bringing and present projects and ideas beneficial to the community and member firms · Make representations with government authorities concerning duties and taxes on items required by member firms · Maintain and establish free exchange of credit information among members concerning persons and establishments for the benefit and guidance of all members · Facilitate transfer of technology from advanced countries · Encourage adequate supply and affordable prices to government and private end-users · Disseminate and make available business and trade opportunities and events to all members
Indian Confederation For Healthcare Accreditation (ICHA)
Indian Confederation for Healthcare Accreditation is a professionally owned and driven Not-for-Profit organisation incorporated as a Section 25 Company. The basic aim of ICHA is to strengthen our health system. Patient Safety is the hallmark of excellence and ICHA’s chosen path to achieve excellence. ICHA logo depicts its mission of Patient Centred Healthcare.
Addressing comprehensively the complexities of health system requires a collaborative team effort of all stakeholders. ICHA is the National multi-stakeholder Confederation of National Associations/ Institutions for establishing validated excellence in healthcare in line with similar bodies in all developed countries. ICHA comprises all stakeholder groups viz. Providers, Receivers and users, Payers and funders and Educators and regulators. Today all the major National associations (40) of Medical (Clinical, Lab, Admin), Nursing, Pharmacy, Therapy, Consumers, Management and Architects are subscribers. All the constituent associations are well established and respective apex bodies. Please visit www.icha.in for details
ICHA Patient Safety initiative is an implementation program based on adapted from WHO’s Multi-professional guide on Patient Safety and other global agencies. The program has been contextualized and validated in Indian context through programs all over India.
Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PHAP)
The Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines, Inc. (PHAP) was born when administrators of several private hospitals convened to form an association of private hospitals nationwide on March 13, 1979 in Antipolo, Rizal that would properly address industry problems.
With a growing membership of over 600 members throughout the country, the association conducts regional seminars and symposia in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao periodically, undertakes professional education programs and co-operates with government agencies like the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (Philhealth), Department of Health (DOH) and the House of Representatives in reviewing laws affecting private hospitals systems and administration.
PHAP is dedicated to the management and concerns of private hospitals in the Philippines and represents the concerns of the private hospitals nationwide.