eHealth Magazine October Issue 2017
Celebrate with us 12 Glorious Years of eHEALTH Magazine
Launched in 2005 by Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd, eHEALTH Magazine and portal have grown from strength to strength to mark the 12 year milestone — thanks to the immense support of our readers and millions of online viewers, 3 million to be precise, for taking us where we are today.
To celebrate this significant milestone in our journey, eHEALTH Magazine invites participation from industry leaders through articles and case studies underscoring how Information and Communication Technology is bridging healthcare delivery gaps for greater good.
Medical Devices & Diagnostics
In an effort to make healthcare more affordable, new opportunities are being created to promote medical devices and diagnostics industry in India. Along with policy push under ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’, innovations and ease of doing business are gradually converting challenges into growth opportunities. India has become one of the leading destinations for high-end diagnostic services with tremendous capital investment for advanced diagnostic facilities, thus catering to a greater proportion of population. Besides, Indian medical service consumers have become more conscious towards their healthcare upkeep.
Three medical technology parks have been planned in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat to focus on bringing foreign investments to the sector. All this is set to drive the demand of quality medical devices and diagnostics facilities in the country.
Keeping in view the latest developments in these promising sectors, eHEALTH seeks to highlight the various opportunities and challenges to help our readers trace the growth trajectory o the sectors to unleash their full potential.
Medical Tourism In India
The past decade has seen India becoming one of the most sought after destinations for medical travel, globally. Indian hospitals have the latest technologies and infrastructure, coupled with highly qualified doctors and support staff who provide world class medical services. Also, the costs for medical procedures offered by Indian hospitals are much lower than those offered globally.
Indian people are also well known for their hospitable nature and fluency in English which is an added advantage for medical tourists who prefer India over other destinations, worldwide. India’s medical tourism market is expected to more than double in size from $3 billion at present to around $8 billion by 2020.
In the upcoming issue of eHEALTH, a special feature on Medical Tourism and industry insights based on perspectives of industry leaders will underscore the significance of this sector in helping India achieve its economic goals and reinforce its position as a global soft power.
Who Can Participate?
- Medical Device manufacturers & suppliers
- m-health companies
- Multi Specialty Hospitals
- Ayurvedic & Unani Hospitals
- Yoga & Rejuvenation Centres
- Naturopathy Hospitals
- Physiotherapy Centres
- Postoperative Care Centres
- Panchkarma Centres
- Tourism Departments of State Governments
- Medical Tourism Facilitators
- Health & Wellness service providers
- Weight Loss, Sports & Fitness
- Bariatric Surgery
- Medical Tourism service providers
- Diagnostic Centres
eHealth Readership Caters the Following:-
- CEOs, CIOs, CTOs & CXOs of Private Hospitals.
- Secretaries, Joint Secretaries from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and NHM
- Health IT Providers and Solution Providers
- Medical Equipment and Device Manufacturers, Diagnostics Labs Consultants and pathology labs
- Pharmaceuticals Companies and Laboratories
- International Funding and development Agencies
- National and International Medical Associations
- Tourism Departments of State Governments
- Health Insurers, Research Organisations, and Financial Institutions
- Directors, Deans, HODs of Medical, Nursing and Pharma Colleges
- and much more….
- Digital Push in Healthcare with Statistics
- Key Health IT Products and the Transformation
- Competitive landscape – private players
- Current impact – future impact
- Medical Tourism
- Start Up’s Innovations in Healthcare Industry
- IT intervention in tapping rural market
- Relevance of ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’
eHealth Reach: Our unique, controlled business-to-business circulation reaches a wide and powerful audience with a focus on the largest Indian Healthcare industry. The magazine is carefully distributed to high-readership areas in conjunction with typical business subscriptions and membership organizations. The majority of eHealth readership is carefully maintained to include a variety of market segments, such as;
- Ministers, Health Secretaries, Senior Health Officials
- Corporate and Government Hospitals
- Large Clinics & Nursing Homes
- Start up and VC’s
- Pathology Labs, Diagnostic Centres & Blood Banks
- Medical and Research Institutes
- Speciality Centres
- Healthcare Consultants and Experts
- Medical Insurance Corporate
- Medical equipment Manufacturers, Vendors & Distributors
- and many more…
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