Due to overwhelming demand, entry submissions for the 2019 International Hospital Federation (IHF) Awards has just been extended to 3rd June. Hospitals and health service providers can still nominate their outstanding and innovative projects and programs.
The IHF Awards Committee announced that the extension of the deadline of entries is to give more organizations an opportunity to nominate exemplary programs that deserve international recognition.
There are four categories in total:
1. IHF/Dr Kwang Tae Kim Grand Award
2. IHF/Bionexo Excellence Award for Corporate Social Responsibility
3. IHF/EOH Excellence Award for Leadership and Management in Healthcare
4. IHF/Austco Excellence Award for Quality & Safety and Patient-centered Care
The Awards is open to all public and private healthcare provider organizations. The submission process is simple and at no cost. Interested organizations only need to create an account in the IHF Awards website to accomplish the entry form.
Winners will be awarded in front of industry peers at the Awards Ceremony during the 43rd IHF World Hospital Congress in Muscat, Oman in November.
The 2019 International Hospital Federation (IHF) Awards is sponsored by Dr Kwang Tae Kim, Austco, Bionexo, and EOH. For more information and to submit entries visit https://congress.ihf-fih.org/ihf_awards
About the International Hospital Federation (IHF)
Established in 1929, the IHF is an international not for profit, non-governmental membership organization. Its members are worldwide hospitals and healthcare organizations having a distinct relationship with the provision of healthcare. IHF provides its members with a platform for the exchange of knowledge and strategic experience as well as opportunities for international collaborations with different actors in the health sector. IHF recognizes the essential role of hospitals and health care organizations in providing health care, supporting health services and offering education. Its role is to help international hospitals work towards improving the level of the services they deliver to the population with the primary goal of improving the health of society.