CME Facilitation Services

Management consulting and implementation services for both Greenfield and Brownfield hospital projects

CME support services

Service Brief

  • Event Promotion
  • Payment Support services
  • Documentation
  • Finding Sponsors

Conducting CME programs/conference at Medical / Dental colleges involves lot of documentation in terms of registering with the state council and regular coordination till we get the authorized signatures on the certificate. We, on behalf of the clients will work closely with the Karnataka Medical Council to facilitate this activity.

We also contribute towards the cause of CME by supporting the organizers in reaching across the CME related information to the end users through our dedicated website and by email and SMS.

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