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    Bridging Medical Expertise Gap, Gujarat Medical Council brings ed-tech platform Omnicuris onboard for free of cost skill upgradation of Gujarat Doctors


    ●          Omnicuris is now the official online CME partner of the Gujarat Medical Council
    ●          Continued Medical Education or CME is an important requirement for doctors to upgrade knowledge and sharpen skills
    ●          Constant skill upgradation critical to help doctors address the country’s evolving disease burden
    ●          Over 100,000 doctors are currently accessing CME modules at Omnicuris

    Ahmedabad, July 26, 2019: Leading online CME platform Omnicuris has collaborated with Gujarat Medical Council to help provide free of cost medical skill upgradation to Gujarat’s government/private doctors through online modules and courses. Under the initiative, Omnicuris has been selected as Gujarat Medical Council’s official partner for online CMEs.
    Regular Continued Medical Education (CME) is an important requirement for doctors to help them stay abreast with the latest developments — conceptual as well as technological — in their fields. CMEs are a crucial source of skill upgradation and sharpening of knowledge for doctors and is critical to their perfomance in delivering quality healthcare. However, for heavily loaded government doctors practicing in overcrowded public hospitals, attending regular CMEs becomes challenging. Online CME courses allow doctors to access latest modules in their respective fields through the digital medium at a space and time of their convenience.
    Launched in 2016, Omnicuris is a leading online CME provider that has been upskilling doctors. So far over 1 lakh doctors have accessed online CME modules offered by Omnicuris. These doctors are spread in both the private as well as in the public sectors across various NHM (National Health Mission) priorities which include – NCDs, infectious diseases, maternal and child health etc. Omnicuris offers free of cost courses in 10 specialties across medicine and has partnerships with over 35 medical associations. By going digital for lectures, Omnicuris boosts its reach to doctors across the country including in smaller towns and rural areas irrespective of their geographic locations or travel budgets. Healthcare providers and presenters should consider these benefits for their forthcoming classes as online CME is becoming more and more commonplace within the medical community.
    “We are very happy to work in collaboration with the Gujarat Medical Council. Through this association, we will be able to spread our reach among a larger number of doctors practicing in the Gujarat State. Making regular CME available to all practicing doctors is an important element of improving our overall healthcare delivery. Quality online CME modules make it convenient for busy doctors access this important element of continuous medical education. It is crucial to enable them adhere to the most updated medical practices, drug prescription as well as surgical methodologies. With our disease burden constantly evolving and new features being added constantly to existing medical knowledge, continuous skill upgradation becomes very important for all doctors. 
    In India, everybody has access to specialists in tier 1 cities. However, in smaller towns, primary care physicians are mostly the first line of medical help people receive. Ability to perform appropriate diagnosis and reference is crucial for primary care physicians who act as the most important cogs in the medical wheel. The need for making regular CMEs accessible as well as making it compulsory is the need of the hour to sharpen the knowledge and skills of doctors.
    A Lancet report published last year found that 1.6 million people died due to poor quality of care in India in 2016. It concluded that inadequate quality of healthcare was a greater problem than access to healthcare. Various studies have proven a significant knowledge gap as well as practice gaps by both public and private doctors behind the inadequate quality of healthcare. This highlights the need for upskilling and reskilling of doctors and regularly upgrading their knowledge.
    Dr. Nitin S. Vora, President, Gujarat Medical Council launched the online platform at the Meeting and praised the initiative as it will help the doctors to upgrade their skills free of cost.
    “The best part of this CME platform is that you don’t have to travel far off to attend the sessions. A doctor can access the session by sitting at the home and that also without paying for it. One of the drawbacks of our education system is it is formal and we don’t pay attention to the education after passing out from school and college. There is no focus on continuous education.  Another drawback is with the advent of internet, it has become difficult to comprehend whether the knowledge we are getting is authentic information or not. But, with Omnicuris, one can study without thinking about all these. 
    The need of the hour is to upgrade the knowledge so that we can address the changing disease pattern and rising incidence of NCDs in the country.
    “Now doctors of Gujarat can update their knowledge and get credit points without moving physically from one place to other. In era of rapidly advancing medical science it’s of utmost importance to keep your knowledge updated. Attending conventional CMEs takes lot of travelling, time and money. We are providing this service free to all doctors of Gujarat at comfort of their homes.
    About Omnicuris-
    It is first-of-its-kind startup that took initiative in India to provide online digital Continuous Medical Education (CME) of doctors by taking advantage of advanced digital technology. After spending over a decade working as a healthcare consultant in the United States and Europe, Ms. Kuttan returned to India in 2009 to take upon herself the task of improving the quality of healthcare in the country. Founded in 2016, Omnicuris has tied up with various state governments, leading medical associations and institutes across the country with the primary goal of improving the quality of healthcare through continuous reskilling and updation of medical knowledge of our health professionals.

  • Conversion of IMR into Permanent Registration Number (UPRN) 29 Sep 2017

    Steps for Doctors for the Conversion of IMR to UPRN
    For conversion of IMR to UPRN every registered Doctors needs to follow the steps mentioned below: -

    1. Register by Visiting and click on "Doctor login". Enter basic information like Name and Contact details including email address. A User id and Password will be sent on the email address.

    2. Doctors need to use this user id & Password to login and enter all the requested details including Personal Details, Contact Details, Aadhar number, Professional details and upload the latest qualification documents.

    3. Pay the fees to MCI Online/offline and select Date and time when the Doctor will visit the State Medical Council for verification of the documents.

    4. Once the Documents are physically verified at State Medical Council (SMC) then, the respective SMC will process the record in the system. The system will perform the following tasks automatically

                   a. Aadhar Details will be verified.
                   b. UPRN number will be generated.
                   c. IMR database will be updated with the new UPRN number and will update the latest details of the Doctor.
                   d. Email notification will go to Doctor, MCl and SMC.

  • Provisional & Permanent Registration Application 25 Nov 2016

    In Continuation of Govt. of India’s vision of Digital India, Gujarat Medical Council has decided to go for it.

    In a first phase , from 1st December 2016, all the Provisional & Permanent registration application to Gujarat Medical Council to be given on Web Portal -

    Application for the said registration will be received only by Web Portal. Application process will be closed during 25th to 30th November 2016 at Gujarat Medical Council Office. For additional qualification registration and other requests (Good Standing Certificate, Change in Name, Change in Address etc.) will be closed from 27th December 2016 to 31st December 2016,the process will start from 1st January 2017 on Web Portal.

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