When Experts Dwelled Upon Healthcare Innovations in Hyderabad

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We are working towards quality medical education and skilling of Asha workers across Andhra and Telangana,” said Dr Anuradha Medoju, Senior Regional Director, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana States, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, on Friday while delivering a speech at 2nd Healthcare Innovation Summit in Hyderabad.Healthcare Innovations in Hyderabad

Organised by Elets Technomedia in association with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, as supporting partner, the Summit witnessed a galaxy of healthcare luminaries including top policymakers, industry players, and hospital decision-makers who brainstormed about various prominent issues influencing the healthcare sector.

The policymakers and healthcare luminaries who graced the occasion included Dr A Ashok, Commissioner of Intermediate Education, Government of Telangana; Dr Neena Gupta, Director General-Family Welfare, Department of Medical Health and Family Welfare, Government of UttarPradesh; J V N Subramanyam, Mission Director, National Health Mission Department of Health Medical & Family Welfare, Government of Assam: Arpita Khare, Director, Centre For Good Governance, Government of Telangana; and Dr Sridhar Prahlad Ryavanki, State Health Officer, UNICEF, Assam.


Healthcare experts deliberated upon various contour of healthcare delivery system i.e how different deliverables of healthcare system could be leveraged to enhance patient care at the summit.

They also shed light on best practices in healthcare domain and how modern-technologies can further facilitate patient care. The theme of the summit was ‘Taking healthcare delivery to next level–best practices, innovation & excellence’.


Highlighting various initiatives of the Telangana Government, Dr Ashok said: “Our visionary Chief Minister is working towards ‘Health for All’ mission. KCR kits, Kanti Velugu are some of the landmark initiatives.”


A special issue of eHealth magazine based on healthcare interventions by the Telangana Government was also released on the occasion.


A series of panel discussion, touching all aspects of healthcare delivery system, were held on the occasion. Industry experts and decision makers of hospital shed light on various issues engulfing healthcare industry and how to do away with the same.


The exercise chalked out ways to leverage latest innovative practices to augment healthcare delivery process, enabling people of all strata of the society to avail quality, accessible and affordable healthcare.

Topics of panel discussion were ‘Role of public private partnership (PPP) for developing sustainable healthcare ecosystem’, ‘Ensuring patient safety, satisfaction and affordability’, ‘Taking healthcare delivery to next level, challenges and opportunities’, and ‘Emerging trends and technologies in healthcare ecosystem.



Organisations were also bestowed with Healthcare Excellence Awards at the conference.



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