Indian Society of Health Administrators – ISHA

Location:Karnataka, India Phone:Phone: 080-26771313/26771383/26771373/26772223 Fax: 080-26771314/26771383
Address:"Baba's Gyan Sarovar", 3009, II-A Main, 17th Cross, Banashankari IInd Stage, K R Road, Bangalore Karnataka 560 070 India Email:
Comments:The Indian Society of Health Administrators (ISHA) was established in 1979, under the Karnataka Societies Act, 1960, as a premier professional association with over 5,000 professionals, scientists, and administrators as individual members. Besides, over 400 national institutions, public sector industrial organizations, professional bodies, health and medical departments of State Governments are institutional members. The primary role of ISHA has been in health manpower training, health systems development, and policy formulation. It conducts nearly 50 training programmes each year in which 1,50,000 professionals and administrators have attended. It works closely with the Planning Commission, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms, World Health Organization, UNICEF. FAO, UNESCO, World Bank, State Governments, and South East Asian Countries. ISHA has carried out policy level studies, evaluation of national health programmes and assisted the State Governments in the implementation of national programmes as well as strengthening infrastructure resources. It has brought out 65 publications for health professionals, managers, policy makers, and organizational leaders. Many of these books are translated in foreign languages. ISHA has contributed a great deal to industrial development in India. It has been working with the Central and State Public Sector Industrial Organizations and Private Sector Organizations in training and development of manpower, conducting studies on organizational health, mid-career planning of managers; personal effectiveness of chief executives; retirement planning programmes; occupational health and mental health in industry; alcoholism in industry; innovation and productivity programmes; stress related disorders; hypertension and cardio-vascular diseases in industry; post-retirement adjustment programmes; rehabilitation programmes in industry; corporate planning and organizational structures for productivity; organizational renewal and rejuvenation programmes; and economic feasibility studies for diversification and acquisition.
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