Guided by the belief and triad of core values of clinical excellence, patient centricity and ethical practices, Manipal Hospitals-Dwarka in Delhi, which is due to launch and go live by October 2017, seeks to become one of the best and most trusted healthcare providers in the country, says Prof Dr Sanjeev Bagai, Director and Dean, Manipal Hospitals-Dwarka, New Delhi.
Q. What are the key healthcare services offered by your hospital? How do you ensure quality?
Manipal Hospitals-Dwarka is part of the Manipal Education and Medical Group, a pioneer in the field of education and healthcare delivery in India. The 480-bed hospital with as many as 40 specialities and 75 superspecialities, is due to launch and go live by October 2017.
The hospital will have centres of excellence in all major departments including cardiac sciences, orthopedics and joints, neurology sciences, critical care, gastroentrology, GI surgery , oncology medicine, radiation oncology, onco surgery, general surgery, minimal invasive lap surgery, renal sciences, urology, renal transplant, liver transplant, plastic surgery, ENT, ophthalmology, reconstructive surgery, women and children care, pediatric intensive care unit, neonatal intensive care unit, etc.
We seek to achieve clinical excellence through an excellent team of doctors, medical specialists who are well versed with the latest advancements in their respective field of medical expertise.
Q. How is Information Technology bringing efficiency to your operations?
We have a sharp focus on digital smart technology in order to achieve excellence in patient care, ensure best clinical outcomes, operative excellence, invasive smart marketing, building management systems, etc.
Clearly, this institution is years ahead of its time when it comes to adopting technology, artificial intelligence, VT, tracking, electronic medical records, real time data analytics, digital operation theatres, etc.
Q. Which innovations you seek to introduce in your hospital to improve healthcare delivery to patients?
Clinical real-time technology, data analytics, digital online registration systems etc, are some of the key innovations we plan to introduce in Manipal Hospital, Dwarka.
Q. Where is Indian healthcare system headed in view of the recent initiatives by the government and the industry?
These are exciting times for Indian healthcare. Collaborations, telemedicine, international medical tourism, etc are all unifying our world. In near future, I see e-health becoming the real focus for attaining excellence in healthcare delivery and making it more affordable and inclusive.