Co-hosted by: PERSI (Indonesian Hospital Association)
Indonesian Hospital Association's Mission: Fight for the interests of PERSI members all through the related rank: the government, private enterprise, and the community; Form and develop networking between the members and information technology; Increase professionalism in the hospital management towards a health community; Carry out the strategic alliance that will increase the quality of the members of PERSI.
For more information, visit www.pdpersi.co.id
International Hospital Federation (IHF)
The International Hospital Federation (IHF) is an international not for profit, non-governmental membership organization.
Our members are worldwide hospitals and healthcare organizations having a distinct relationship with the provision of healthcare. We provide them with a platform for the exchange of knowledge and strategic experience as well as opportunities for international collaborations with different actors in the health sector.
Established in 1929 after the first International Hospital Congress in Atlantic City, USA as the International Hospital Association, it was re-named after the Second World War in 1947. With its Headquarters in Geneva the IHF is constituted under the Civil Code of Switzerland. The IHF recognizes the essential role of hospitals and health care organizations in providing health care, supporting health services and offering education. Our role is to help international hospitals work towards improving the level of the services they deliver to the population with the primary goal of improving the health of society. For more information visit www.ihf-fih.org
Association of Healthcare Providers (India)
Association of Healthcare Providers (India) represents the vast majority of healthcare providers in India. It works as “not for profit” organization. It educates to its members and at the same time advocates with the government, regulatory bodies and other stakeholders on issues, which have bearing on enabling its member healthcare organizations in delivering of universal healthcare conforming to patient safety protocols to the society and community. For more information visit www.ahpi.in
Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM)
The Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia (APHM) was established in 1972. It is the sole association representing private hospitals in Malaysia with current membership of 125 out of 220 licensed private hospitals. One of the core objectives of APHM is to develop and maintain a uniformly high standard of patient care, skills, services, and professionalism in its member hospitals. For more information visit www.hospitals-malaysia.org
Cambodian Medical Association (CMA)
Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations (CAHO)
Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations (CAHO) is an association of all accredited hospitals and laboratories in India. We are on Board of NABH representing accredited healthcare organizations. One of the main objectives of CAHO is sharing of best practices among healthcare organizations and to help them in the journey of continuous quality improvement. For more information visit http://caho.in/
Ho Chi Minh City Infection Control Society
Ho Chi Minh City Infection Control Society (HICS) was established in 2008 as a professional organization of individuals who are interested in the field of infection control and prevention. The members of HICS include infection control practitioners, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, technicians…; voluntarily take part in the mission of preventing and controlling hospital acquired infection. There are more than 600 formal members and nearly 3000 members in fanpage of HICS till June 2019.
The infection control and prevention activities of Ho Chi Minh City Infection Control Society are at all healthcare services including public, private or joint venture healthcare facilities. The goal and objectives of Ho Chi Minh City Infection Control Society are:
- Building and promoting infection control as a regular activity at healthcare facilities to improve quality of patient care; ensure hospital environment safely; to achieve the goal of protecting and take caring people health, prevent cross infection between patients, relatives and staffs
- Exchanging experience and making relationship in infection control and prevention between domestic and international associations.
- Consulting to authorities about hospital infection control including policy and guidelines development, protecting the right and raise charisma of members.
- Supporting infection control departments at each hospital, improving the co-operation between infection control practitioners and other staff in clinical practices throughout all Vietnam hospitals
For more information, visit www.hics.org.vn
Ho Chi Minh City Medical Association (HMA)
Ho Chi Minh City Medical Association (HMA) is a socio-professional organization that rallies medical workers, at college and university level, living and/ or working in Ho Chi Minh City. HMA was founded in 1978 and is currently a member of Ho Chi Minh City Union of Scientific and Technological Associations and Vietnam Medical Association. The mission of HMA is to advance scientific research and application of technologies in the field of medicine in order to upgrade professional competencies of its members. Besides, HMA encourages and motivates its members to abide by good medical practice according to the laws in force, promote medical ethics with the aim of preserving and enhancing the prestige and credit of the medical profession. HMA also acts as an officially recognized body to protect the legitimate and legal rights of its members in front of the law and public opinion.
Today HMA comprises 68 association members which are medical specialty societies, with over 23,000 members working in different medical fields in Ho Chi Minh City. Besides, HMA has one affiliated organization, which is the Medical News Journal. For more information please visit http://hoiyhoctphcm.org.vn/index.php
The Hospital Authority is a statutory body established under the Hospital Authority Ordinance in 1990. We have been responsible for managing Hong Kong's public hospitals' services since December 1991. We are accountable to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government through the Secretary for Food and Health, who formulates overall health policies for Hong Kong.
We manage 43 hospitals and institutions, 49 Specialist Out-patient Clinics (SOPCs), and 73 General Out-patient Clinics (GOPCs). As of 31 March 2018, we have a workforce of about 76,000 and some 28,000 beds.
For more information, visit www.ha.org.hk
Indian Health Care Quality Forum (IHCQF)
Indian Health Care Quality Forum (IHCQF), founded by Dr. Yash Paul Bhatia is a not-for-profit organization whose sole objective is to promote concepts of quality management in healthcare in India. The forum aims to bring together professionals in the field of drawing inspiration and adapting features from industries worldwide.
Indonesian State University Hospital Association
INASUHA's vision is to be a container that facilitates hospitals from international universities to enhance the competitiveness of the nation in the year 2030. This means that INASUHA facilitates its members in providing quality service and professional so that the achievement of the program's Tri Dharma Universities can terfasilitasi with good. RSPTN (College hospitals) must have the infrastructure and facilities to support the educational process and research standards, which still give priority to health care functions that ensure the safety of the patient (patient safety).
For more information, visit arsptn-inasuha.org
Korean Hospital Association
Founded in 1959, the Korean Hospital Association has accompanied the nations adversities and glorious moments with its medical services, and it has advanced the development of the healthcare industry in the areas of medical research, education for health care leaders, and as a source of information on health care issues and trends. I promise that the KHA will put all its strength into the development of the healthcare industry and the improvement of public health during this 21st Century of global competition. For more information visit www.kha.or.kr
Ministry of Health Vietnam
The Ministry of Health Vietnam vision is to foster a healthier nation with Safety – Quality – Equity, and to do this effectively, thereby contributing to national development. The Ministry of Health Vietnam believes in continuous improvement. A major focus is to make quality healthcare available to and affordable by the poor. For more information please visit http://moh.gov.vn/sites/en-us/pages/home.aspx
Myanmar Medical Association - Hospital Administration Society
Myanmar Medical Association was founded in 1949. It is the only Professional organization of Non -Governmental, non-political and non-profit, independent registered medical professional organization in the country. It stands for professional integrity and loyalty. It also helps and serves our people to the utmost. Over 16000 Medical Doctors memberships and approximately 15000, non-members medical doctors are involved in academic and technical activities with the Association. Myanmar Medical Association has democratically elected Executive Committee with 33 speciality societies and over 80 state and Regional and Townships medical association branches.
For more information, visit www.mmacentral.org
Myanmar Private Hospitals’ Association (MPHA)
Myanmar Private Hospitals’ Association (MPHA) is National level registered Non Governmental Organization founded in 2012 with hundred of member hospitals. Objectively to raise the standard of healthcare service, to provide public requirement more effectively by reciprocal unity and collaboration with non-governmental organizations, news and periodical groups within the country and abroad. MPHA was acknowledged by Asian Hospital Federation (AHF) as member in July 2013. For more information visit www.mphassociation.org
Philippine Hospital Association‘s
The Philippine Hospital Association‘s almost 2,000 member-hospitals bring honor to the country as many of the members are recognized to rank among the best medical centers in the world. The PHA is an organization that, in its 66 yrs of existence, has provided valuable support to its member-hospitals. Its leadership is guided by its Mission of L.E.A.P.- Leading, Enabling, Assisting and Protecting Hospitals Towards Quality Service. It's activities are marked with their monthly regional leaders' dialogue/conferences capped every November with their well-attended Annual National Convention. For more information visit www.pha.org.ph
Philippine Nurses Association, Inc.
The Philippine Nurses Association, Inc. (formerly known as the Pambansang Samahan ng mga Nars ng Pilipinas, Inc.) is the only accredited professional organization in the Philippines. Founded on September 2, 1922 and incorporated in 1924 as Filipino Nurses Association. The association had changed its name to Philippine Nurses Association, Inc. and was approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 1966 as a non-stock, non-profit professional organization.
The PNA was awarded the Most Outstanding Accredited Professional Organization by the Professional Regulation Commission in 2003, 2014, 2016 besting 40 other professional associations and is a yearly nominee for the same award.
For more information, visit www.pna-ph.org
Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines (PHAPi)
Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines (PHAPi) Administrators of several private hospitals convened and decided to form an association of private hospitals nationwide on March 13, 1979 that will properly address the problems of the industry. PHAP will serve its members through being an advocacy platform, an educational and research resource, a liaison with Government and promoter of health care in the Philippines abroad. There are more than 500 members of the PHAPi as of the first quarter of 2012 and will be growing in the years to come. For more information visit www.phap-ph.org
The Private Hospital Association of Thailand
The Private Hospital Association of Thailand represents 205 private hospitals all across Thailand with 66 in Bangkok. It aims to promote the unity of the private hospitals for collaboration and exchanging information. It also promotes members to certify their system of cares with ISO 9000, HA-Hospital Accreditation and JCI. Now more than 70 members got HA approved and 35 members got JCI accredited.
For more information, visit www.thaiprivatehospitals.org