Documentation Services

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

In-house training documentation

Service Highlights

  • Identify training needs
  • Hospital administration needs
  • Training structure
  • Course Material Drafting

Apart from helping organization in setting up the team for training the in-house employees, Macula has mastered in documenting for Quality Accreditation related training programs, curriculum development, setting up frameworks for short term program, workshops and certification programs.

We can offer this as an exclusive service to hospitals and healthcare organization in designing framework in line with their requirements. We bring in best practice standards and document accordingly. We also help documenting training program in electronic format and automate the programs.

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