Association of Healthcare Providers (India) represents the vast majority of healthcare providers in India. It is registered under Indian Society Registration ACT- 1860 as “not for profit” organization. It educates to its members and at the same time, advocates with the government, regulatory bodies and other stake holders on issues, which have bearing on enabling its member organizations in delivering of Universal Healthcare Services to the community at large.
The Association of Healthcare Providers (India)’s vision is to have healthy India, encompassing society, community and common man at grass root.
AHPI works with all stake holders in establishing a national system where, common man can avail assured universal access to basic health services. The Federation facilitates its members and partnering bodies, in carrying out healthcare improvements to serve the community effectively and efficiently.
AHPI undertakes Advocacy for Healthcare reforms, infrastructural issues, taxation and tariff issues, health insurance concerning matters and any other difficulties face by the healthcare organizations or community for healthcare delivery or obtaining healthcare services with equity. The AHPI Institute of Healthcare Quality develops and conduct various healthcare management courses focusing on patient safety and healthcare quality, where as AHPI Healthcare Certification Centre an another subsidiary body of AHPI develops standards for different categories of healthcare establishments, certification of compliance of various standards by the healthcare agencies and customized certified training programs and training (QMS and Healthcare managerial training) for the industry. AHPI also provides information assistance to its member organization on various problematic issues face by the client members.
AHPI in a short period of time has become the esteemed organization in the healthcare industry comprising of about 10000 hospitals as its members.
Indian Homoeopathic Medical Association is the pioneer organisation of elite qualified homoeopaths of India with its presence along the length and breadth of the country and overseas. IHMA has been relentless in its efforts to uplift the quality of Indian Homoeopathy and its practitioners.
- To improve the quality of Homoeopathic Medical Practice and Medical Education
- To maintain the honour and dignity and to uphold the interest of the profession of Homoeopathic Practice and to promote cooperation amongst the members thereof.
- To stand for and facilitate the integrated medical research in Homoeopathy.
- To promote and advance Homoeopathic System of Medicine and allied sciences and improve public health thereby.
Homoeopathic Medical Panorama
The official journal of IHMA, this tri-monthly medical journal covers latest medical articles and news pertaining to Homoeopathy and Medical Science in general. It also covers the policy matters and other association events and happenings
Indian Homoeopathic Research Centre (IHRC)
The research wing of IHMA. Its objectives are to conduct and promote research in Homoeopathic system of Medicine by formulating parameters of, supporting and conducting active research in homoeopathy. Also aim to fund worthwhile research projects with the help of like minded supporting groups and persons.
IHMA School of Homoeopathy
Proposes a comprehensive package imparting meticulous personnel training for cultivating the necessary skills which are essential for effective Homoeopathic practice.
Contact: Dr. Sudin Kumar. V,