The week-long training programme created specifically for administrative medical officers of the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) will soon improve their ability to use and handle technology, as well as their ability to manage and communicate with others.
The senior medical officers from various CGHS offices and wellness centres will benefit from the training and orientation programme, which was developed by CGHS in partnership with the National Institute for Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW) and adheres to the Prime Minister’s mantra of “skill, reskill, and upskill.”
Starting on August 1 and continuing through August 6, the thorough training will train 70 officers in two batches. These officers will not only be able to increase their managerial and administrative abilities, but they will also emerge with stronger and more compassionate personalities. This training programme is being implemented at a time when CGHS is rapidly digitising its services and launching new health modalities.
Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, the Union Minister for Health, spoke on how advancement is only possible for organisations and people who are always learning. He emphasised the significance of constantly being in a state of learning and being open to learning from and imparting information to one another. With its network reaching 75 cities throughout India and operating over 450 wellness centres, CGHS today has a significant presence.