Hosmac to host 3rd Hospital Engineering Summit in Hyderabad
Hosmac, Asia’s leading Hospital Planning, Design and Management Consultancy will be hosting the 3rd edition of their flagship knowledge-exchange conference, Hospital Engineering Summit, on 23 November, 2019 at Radisson Blu, Hyderabad.
The theme this year is Rethinking Hospital Engineering in New-age India. given the current healthcare scenario in the country. The healthcare industry is becoming increasingly complex, whether its matching global standards of care, rising patient expectations, shrinking profit margins, complying with evolving norms, keeping up with biomedical advancements or incorporating patient-safety practices. Hospital engineering and architecture needs rethinking to cost-effectively deal with the ongoing issues.
The one-day summit aims to explore challenges and plausible solution for designing hospitals that offers simple aesthetics, efficiency, flexibility, promotes healing and reduces energy consumption. Much like the previous years, it will be attended by healthcare CXOs, decision-makers, hospital owners and managers, MEP consultant, architects, civil engineers, bio-medical engineers, equipment planners, medical equipment vendors, architecture and healthcare management students.
What’s in store?
Planning Hospitals for Ayushman Bharat
Low-frill Hospital Design : Elements that reduce CapEx
Energy Audits : How does it add to Hospital Bottom Line?
Energy Conservation through Facade Design
Does Accreditation Compliance increase Costs?
Future-ready Equipment Planning for every Budget
Fire-Proofing our Hospitals : From Engineering to Maintenance
Why and How of Improving Indoor Air Quality
MEP Design : Customising To Optimising
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Hosmac is Asia’s leading Hospital Planning and Management Consultancy. Built on the edifice of an over-arching passion to create healthcare models and spaces, it has garnered over 200+ man years of healthcare consulting practice combined with design experience of over 20 million Sq Ft of healthcare spaces in a span 23 years.