In an endeavour to explore all possible ways to boost healthcare delivery system, enabling people at large to avail better patient care in terms of quality, affordability and accessibility, Elets Technomedia is all set to organise 3rd Healthcare Innovation Summit on 25 April in Bengaluru.
The summit’s objective is to leverage digital technologies, disseminate information regarding latest trends and practices, skills and resources, and create channels for collaboration and consensus among key stakeholders.
The Innovation Summit would witness presence of a galaxy of healthcare luminaries i.e top policymakers, international experts, industry players, and hospital decision-makers.
The experts would ponder various prominent issues influencing the healthcare sector.
The exercise would chalk out ways to leverage modern-day technological advancements and latest innovative practices to augment healthcare delivery process.
The policymakers and experts likely to grace the occasion include Dr. Kalpana Gopalan, Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Karnataka: Dr. Nitin Madan Kulkarni, Principal Secretary, Medical Education & Family Welfare, Government of Jharkhand: Yugal Kishore Pant, Mission Director (NHM), Department of Medical Health & Family Welfare, Government of Uttarakhand; Prof. (Dr.) Sarman Singh, Director & CEO, AIIMS Bhopal; and Sunil Kumar Bhushan, DDG & Head Health Sector, National Informatics Centre.
Healthcare luminaries would deliberate upon how existing delivery mechanism could be improved and how both public and private sector could work in coherence to make thing improve in considerable manner.
The theme of the summit is ‘Taking Healthcare Delivery to Next Level-Best Practices, Innovation & Excellence’ where policymakers and luminaries would deliberate upon best practices being leveraged to provide better care.
Other important topics, on which healthcare stalwarts would shed light, include ‘Role of Public Private Partnership (PPP) for Developing Sustainable Healthcare Ecosystem’; ‘Role of Emerging Technologies for Building Smart Hospitals’; ‘Ensuring Affordable Quality Treatment and Living up to Patients’ Expectations’; and ‘Ensuring Profitability through Optimum Patient Care’.