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Get Solutions for Hiring Challenges

One of the challenges that healthcare players may confront is attrition of employees in the recruitment process. Short listed members may move away from the application process for various reasons :

  • disinterest in the organization,
  • other job opportunities' at a time,
  • they think that recruitment process is unfair..and so on.

All of these reasons can be result of tediously protracted recruitment process; members who are put in "holding practice" in certain levels of process may have the feeling that the employer is not evaluating or respecting them as an employee, and, as a matter of that they move away from the recruitment process. Furthermore, it is a reality that these members are looking for other job opportunities' and interviewing with various companies. Other players that are able to process jobseekers faster have the upper hand since they can provide opportunities' to the jobseekers ahead other parties. Overall, it makes signified to bring down time for the hiring process

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Role of information management tools in Pharma

Industry Challenges ? Role of information management tools..!

One of the most important risks that faces drug companies today is that compliance to staggeringly stringent process standards of various aspects such as Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP).

The all operations of industry are under the vigilance of drug regulatory authorities that enforce high standards, enhances efforts, build trust of its end users and the obligation on the regulatory bodies to insure a great supply of quality drugs at affordable costs.

Countries like in India, where drug companies not only producing and also exporting drugs to the other countries thus drug companies need to adhere standards not only enforced by the national regulatory bodies also adhere with regulatory standards that are set by the international regulatory authorities to which the drug products are being exported. The regime of submission is becoming stronger as regulatory

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Changing pulse of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry

Indian Pharmaceutical Industry:

Pharmaceutical industry in India is one of the top most sectors to employ workforce even during the hard times, unlike other industries and stands untouched by recession. Indian pharma business is emerging as a global powerhouse with a rich pipeline of various products and despite the current economic slowdown, pharmaceutical R&D spending on a increasing mode.

Pharmaceutical sector in India is growing at a very fast pace and this has made the Indian pharmaceutical industry the 2nd largest growing among Indian industries and 3rd biggest globally.

A recent The Economic Survey figures that the Indian pharma market has grown from a humble Rs.1,500 Cr. in 1980 to approximately Rs.1,00,611 Cr. as on September 2009.

 

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Pharmaceutical Clinical Data Management

Clinical Data Management and CDISC standards:

Many pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies are working on the development of new drugs, compounds and devices for betterment of human health and increase the quality of life globally. This process of drug development and discovery when reaches the stage of testing in human volunteers involves people from various specialty and varied background. Final goal of any human trial is to be able to investigate the safety and efficacy of the investigative compound or device in human subjects within the regulatory guidelines and accepted standards of safety, patient care and data interpretation.

The initial stage of any clinical study involves the collection of observational, laboratory and other data of the trail subjects and is the most critical part in the study life cycle. It is this collected data, which will be used in analyzes of final end points of any study. The quality of data and accuracy then becomes most important thing. The great

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Success review on specialty hospitals

Increasing Success of Specialty Hospitals:

The continuing boom in the healthcare industry, despite slowdown has invited many players into the healthcare industry and forced many older ones for strategic change, to invest more and standout with specific USP edge over the competitor.

Despite competition and prevailing pessimism on the success of a new hospitals, a group of young doctors turned entrepreneurs have come across with new concept of exclusive specialty hospitals or rather healthcare centers in their respective specialty across India and even trying their luck across the borders, the promoters of many such healthcare centers in the country and elsewhere are relishing great success. All of these successful new generation entrepreneurs have adopted different business strategies to justify high investments, reaping benefits for themselves and their investors.

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Follow simple steps to provide great patients service

When patients talk about what they see as a good experience at medical centre, the doctor's diagnosis of their problem may be less of a factor than whether the waiting hall seating provisions are well off. Therefore, medical practitioners are well suggested that when it comes to keeping patients satisfied, they look at the whole patient experience:

From a phone call (to make a appointment with a doctor)

To entering the consultation room &

Everything that takes place before they walk out to assure that a medical consultation is as grateful as possible. Otherwise, medical practice could fail to attract or keep back patients and also get impact on patient satisfaction, which can define how much it gets paid.

 

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Know your right career path

You got that new career opportunity with special effort and you are ready to make a positive touch at your new company however before you start, it is highly important for you have an elaborate, strong and systematic plan of action. Your further success relies on it. This week update provides our readers with few tips to ensure this new begin in your career start off in the right path.

You have succeed the arduous interview process and successfully put down that new position. Starting up a new opportunity is shaking up however makes even the highly experienced professionals a little anxious in the new environment. You aware there are assignments to carry out and fresh relationships to build, however, most significantly you want to prove that you can get the job done. However before you get in to new position consider this: The essential part to great begin at a new employer knows how to convert new career opportunities and challenges in to feting career experiences. Base rule is succe

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Time to Beat the Heat: It’s Summer Again

Precautions During Summer:

Its summer time again... time for you to heat up for at least next three months till the monsoons arrive to cool you down. Although this season really doesn't affect too much to those who live in air-conditioned homes, travel in air-conditioned cars, and work in air-conditioned workplaces, yet almost all of us sweat and suffer this season especially the common man sweats it out hard in this scotching hot climate. However, there are ways to beat the heat and enjoy this weather in a different way, provided you are well equipped to protect yourself against the odds of this climate. And as always it is prevention better than the cure.

To beat the heat first and foremost, change your attire to suit the climate. Keep off thy style for a while

  • Dress for the summer sun: Wear light-coloured and loose cotton clothes to keep you cool and comfortable all the time.
  • Carry an umbrella while moving outside, even if you have applied a sunscreen lotion. The shade under y
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Follow these exercises during pregnancy

Exercises During Pregnancy:

Pregnancy is often the first time in woman's life that she will experience so many different feelings both physically and psychologically. The majority of the discomfort can be directly related to physical changes that take place during pregnancy and their resultant bio mechanical effects upon functional movement. More then one-third of women experience back and pelvic pain at some stage during pregnancy. Pregnancy women an average weight gain of 10-12 kg, It may be increased, in blood volume 1.2 kg , placenta 0.6kg, amniotic fluid 0.8kg, increased uterus 0.9kg, fat deposits 4.0kg and extra cellular fluid 1.2kg.

Women can improve muscular strength, which is especially good preparation for carrying a baby and by developing upper body strength and abdominal muscles, helps to over come the forward pull of the growing babies weight. Women who travel long distances, have sedentary jobs should especially be encouraged to carry out frequent foot and ankle circlin

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Sustainable Growth of Indian Healthcare Industries

Indian Healthcare Industry: Sustainable Growth:

Indian healthcare industry is on a robust growth curve with enormous scope for investing in new specialty/multi specialty hospitals (or) expansion of existing facilities in recent days and installation of advanced equipments/technology up gradation. According to industry experts, definitely these factors will enable healthcare players to serve the increasing patient population to access qualitative diagnosis and treatment at affordable price models.

Industry Snapshot:

According to a report by an industry body, The Indian health care sector is reckoned to be the engine of the economy in the coming years.

Health care industry in India is predicted to reach US $150 billion by 2017 and approx. US $ 250 billion by 2020, contributing an expected Gross Domestic Product spend of 8 % by 2012 from 5.5 % in 2009. The segment from dedicated pharmacies to medical colleges, gives up bigger investment avenues and competitive advantages, modern facil

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