Medtech is delighted to announce that it has participated in the New Zealand business delegation in Colombo on April 2, 2018, to forge business and trade links with Sri Lanka. Thirteen innovative companies along with Medtech represented the delegation. The programme includes a traditional cultural welcome from Kandyan and Māori culture groups.
Medtech Global, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and ADInstruments met Deputy Minister Faizal Cassim and Janaka Sugathadasa, Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine. S Chandrasekaran, Col Parthasarathy and Jay Jethwa represented Medtech Global in the meet in Sri Lanka. Discussions with the Secretary of Ministry of Health were focused on opportunities and areas of interest and collaboration, while the delegates emphasized their interest in partnering with and investing in Sri Lanka’s healthcare industry. This was a common focus among the New Zealand companies in Sri Lanka last week, who are looking to strengthen business connections with Sri Lanka ahead of the New Zealand High Commission opening in Colombo in 2019.
Medtech set exhibit stall at MEDRECON 2018 in New Delhi, providing information on ManageMyHealth™ mobile app, Smartcard, Telehealth, Kiosk and Digitization with brochures and flyers.
The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) Health Information Management Association (HIMA) Asia Conference – 2017 is conducting Exhibits on Health Information Management (HIM) and IT. The Conference aims to stimulate and create awareness on “One patient, One number and One record from birth to death.”
Medtech proudly announces the sponsorship for JIPMER HIMA Asia Conference on 27th and 28th October, 2017.
Medtech sponsored a community outreach programme in association with AIIMS – Department of Geriatric Medicine and NGO Healthy Aging India, which is a participatory interactive session on “Active aging and stress management in late life” for senior citizen at Satyagrahy Auditorium at Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti.
Interactive session with Dr Prasun Chatterjee, AIIMS, helped elderly people to understand how to live a sustainable healthy life.