HLF 2017 to bring together major stakeholders of the country’s healthcare system to deliberate, discuss and take proactive measures to create a roadmap for affordable and inclusive healthcare in India
The Indian healthcare system is undergoing a major transformation with focus sharply shifting towards making delivery of health services more affordable, accessible and inclusive, taking quality healthcare to the doorsteps of the masses. To help achieve this target, efforts of the government and the healthcare industry are geared towards disruptive innovations and technological interventions to effect incremental changes in the entire healthcare ecosystem.
As a key stakeholder of the Indian healthcare sector, Elets Technomedia will organise Healthcare Leaders Forum (HLF) – 2017 at The Royal Plaza in New Delhi on June 30, with clear objectives of helping the industry get rid of redundancies and bridging the existing information gaps across the country’s health ecosystem to foster growth.
The seventh edition of HLF, which seeks to find ways to unlock the inherent potential of health industry and help the country achieve its health goals, will be graced by Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Faggan Singh Kulaste as the Chief Guest.
Key speakers to address this gathering of healthcare fraternity would include Arun Singhal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India; Dr Jagdish Prasad, Director General, Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India; Peter Taks¸e-Jensen, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Royal, Danish Embassy, Denmark; Nejmeddine LAKHAL Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Embassy of the Republic of Tunisia, New Delhi, among others.
Also joining HLF 2017 are: Dr Deepak Agrawal, Chairman, Computerisation, All India Institute of Medical Sciences; Prof. (Dr.) Nitin M Nagarkar, Director, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur; Dr Dipak Shukla, Chief utive Officer, Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute (PSRI Hospital), New Delhi; and Dr Shabeer Nellikode, Managing Director, Universal Hospitals, United Arab Emirates, among others.
The main objective to organise this Forum is to provide a platform where you can meet the policymakers and stakeholders and get the opportunity to showcase the latest technology in the healthcare and medical technology industry, also to bring together the key decision makers, manufacturers, suppliers & buyers under one roof. Healthcare Leaders Forum 2017 aims to educate, inspire and deliver results for the community involved in the healthcare ecosystem.
The key themes of the knowledge sessions include the Health of the Nation: Reform, Regulation and Whats Next for Indian Healthcare; Smarter, Safer, Superior Data: Steering the Opportunities and Challenges for Healthcare; Healthcare in the Digital Age: Navigating the Opportunities and Challenges; Health Insurance and Medical Tourism: Tapping the Future Opportunities; Digital India, Make in India, Start Up India revolution in Indian Healthcare Sector; and World Class Technology for Providing Healthcare Services to Citizens.
Other topics to be in focus during HLF 2017 include role of hospitals for providing quality and affordable healthcare; the emerging role of PPP in Indian healthcare sector; optimising Wellness Success with Functional Medicine; ICT enabled Healthcare; CSR Initiatives in healthcare; and AYUSH Systems of Healthcare.
HLF will see more than 20 policy makers, over 150 corporate delegates and 50 plus decision makers from hospitals participating in one-on-one networking sessions, roundtable sessions and knowledge sessions covering the whole gamut of healthcare services and products.
HLF 2017 is being organised with the support of Government of India and the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare beside National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Andrapradesh Med-Tech Zone (AMTZ), NHP India, SIFPSA, FujiFilm, Elsevier, PSRI Hospita,l Morbros and PraanaCare .