Session Moderator – Dr Ajay Lekhi, President, Delhi Medical Association
Technology is beneficial for healthcare system for affordable, accessible and quality healthcare. It has reduced the cost of healthcare but a regulation is required to keep a tab on the legal aspects
Deepak Agarwal, Chairman, Computerisation & IT, AIIMS, New Delhi
With the help of IT, we have been able to revolutionise our service delivery, improve transparency and provide quality and cost-effective service to the common man
Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, CIO, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai
Right technology used by the right set of people with the right attitude of workflow and process efficiency will enable healthcare delivery to be really effective, maximise and be the most delightful clinical outcomes
Veneeth Purushothaman, CIO, Fortis Healthcare Limited, Gurgaon
Mobile phones can be used by doctors or consultants to capture information and support ASHA workers to provide better healthcare to people in rural areas
Kapil Mehrotra, Head-IT, Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon
The Government is very clear about digitisation and hospitals can save a lot by putting their data on cloud
Prashant Singh, CIO, BLK Super Specialty Hospital, New Delhi
With the implementation of technological innovations, we could increase the EBITA from 10 to 15 per cent and reduce the cost of packages for the patients
Dr Shuchin Bajaj, Director, Cygnus Hospitals, New Delhi
Using HMS or HIS in a uniform way enable sharing patients records seamlessly from one platform to another. It also saves cost

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