The conference was attended by various accomplished personalities and service providers to the shipping industry. A few components of the conference included leveraging a company’s human resources, digital disruption, digital future, shipping leadership, planning for sustainable and future growth, crew supply and safety training and behaviours while at sea.
Our Psychiatrist, Dr. Prasad Shetty spoke on the importance of the mental well-being of the seafarer onboard and offshore and also pointed out alarming statistics in the same area. Mr. Ravjyot Singh Khuman reiterated on the role of digitalisation in healthcare management, positive impact of crew care and the efficiency it could bring to crew planning. Food for thought for everyone present was, ‘At what point does the health of the crew become critical in crew planning and how efficient are the systems today?’
Director's Cut “The conference was a great platform to showcase and learn of the various efforts in all spheres of the Maritime Industry. We were fortunate to have the opportunity to meet with several stalwarts of the industry and received great reception and feedback to our proposed services of Healthy Ship, which delivers advanced crew care through our continued duty of care.”
Chairman’s Cut “It was a very enterprising experience for 3 Cube to be a part of CrewConnect 2017. Speaking about the opportunities in the area of seafarers’ health and highlighting the need for doing much more towards it, helped us convey our motto ‘Bridging the Healthcare Gap’ to the industry.”
The first hour after a traumatic injury, when emergency treatment is most likely to be successful.
Our efforts to enable good health, safety and well-being of the seafarers at all times. 3 Cube’s prime focus is to implement personalised health care, a personal, predictive, preventive and participatory approach to medicine.
Better information leads to better care. Our care begins long before a medical event. The care for the seafarer begins at the pre-employment stage. We start capturing the data right from the source. From the Maritime doctors to the various stakeholders involved in various stages in the Continued Duty of Care.
The concept of personalized health care promises to enhance delivery of care, increase the quality of clinical practice and targeted care pathways. It will also serve to lower overall healthcare costs through early-detection, prevention, accurate risk assessments and efficiencies in care delivery.
3 Cube’s continued duty of care works within the framework of Maritime Health care by integrating and collaborating efforts of all stakeholders. This leads to cost efficiencies and does not become a financial burden to the organisation.