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Announcing! New Key Speakers: 2nd Elets Hospital Infrastructure Summit; 29 – 30 Sept; Register Now!

2nd Elets Hospital Infrastructure Summit

More leaders from India’s hospital segment have joined as Key Speakers for the second edition of the Elets Hospital Infrastructure Summit 2021 scheduled to be on 29 – 30 September 2021, to discuss the adoption of digital technologies and design trends for building efficient hospitals and accessible healthcare systems for all.

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These new Key Speakers are Dr Atul Mohan Kochhar, Chief Executive Officer, National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH); Rohit Deo Jha, IRS, Deputy Director National Health Authority – Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY); Joy Chakraborty, COO, PD Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai; Rupak Barua, Director & Group CEO, AMRI Hospitals Ltd; Dr Ritu Mittal Garg Vice President, Fortis Healthcare; Praveen Bist, CIO, Amrita Hospitals, Faridabad; and Manosh Kumar, Director – Projects, Malla Reddy Hospitals.

The Key Speaker lineup also includes Dr K Madan Gopal, Senior Consultant (Health), NITI Aayog, Government of India; Devanand KT; Chief Executive Officer, Aster Prime Hospital; Dr Ajay Kohli, Business Lead – Oncology Collegium, Narayana Group, Dr OP Yadava, Chief Executive Officer, National Heart Institute; Raj Shekher Janapareddy, Director, Bloom Hospitals; Shailesh Jain, Director, Universal Hospital; Narendra Anandani, Director, Anand Multispecialty Hospital & Research Centre; Dr Ayush Khetrapal, Director, Khetrapal Hospital; Dr Mervin Leo, Head Emergency Department, Dr Mehtas superspeciality Hospital; and Dr Vishavdeep Goyal, Zonal Director, Fortis Healthcare, Ludhiana, Amritsar; Dr K Hari Prasad, President, Hospitals Division, Apollo Hospitals Enterprises Ltd;

Major Gen S C Pareek, Executive Director, Bhagwaan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre; Dr Shuchin Bajaj, Founder Director, Ujala Cygnus; Dr Aloke Mullick, Group CEO, Omni Hospitals; Dr Venkat Ramana Sudigali, Director and CEO, Excell Multispeciality Hospital; Col Dr Sunil Rao, CEO, Gujarat Cancer Society; Dhruva S Chakravarthi, CEO, Prashanth Hospital; Dr Nagesh K Rao, Group COO & Group Head Improvement Sciences, Omni Hospitals; Dr Param Hans Mishra, COO, IQ City Medical College; Dr Biren Chauhan, Group COO, Sunshine Global Hospitals; Neeraj Lal, Group Senior Vice President, Medicover Hospitals (India); Abdullah Saleem, Group CIO, Omni Hospitals; Neelesh Shinde, Chief Technical Officer, Jupiter Lifeline Hospitals Ltd; Dr Chandrika Kambam, Director, Clinical Services, Health Care Global Enterprises Ltd; Dr Dilip Rangarajan, Group Medical Director, Godrej Memorial Hospital; and Dr Tamorish Kole, Health Advisor in the Office of Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, and Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, the Government of India.

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Also, National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) has confirmed to be the Knowledge Partner for the second edition of the Elets Hospital Infrastructure Summit.

The Key Themes for the second edition of the Elets Hospital Infrastructure Summit 2021 are New-age Building Materials for Smart Hospitals, Energy Efficiency in Hospitals; Hospital Infra for Possible Covid-19 Third Wave and Future Pandemics, Gen-next Medical Equipment for Hospitals of the Future, Population Health Strategies, Managing Ageing Population, A Look at the Future of Healthcare Facilities; The Year Ahead: Design Trends, Health & Patient Safety, IT Applications for Remote Clinical Support, Efficient Space Utilisation, Innovations that help Manage Rising Cost, and Behavioural Health Infrastructure, Behaviourial Health Infrastructure, among others.

With the theme, ‘Delivering Fit-for-Purpose Healthcare Facilities’, the two-day summit will be organised against the backdrop of projected robust growth of the Indian healthcare industry, whose size is estimated to reach $372 billion by 2022 as the union government will increase public health spending to 2.5% of India’s GDP by 2025. The country’s health sector is also expected to generate 40 million jobs in the country by 2030. These growth prospects can be realised if India’s hospital infrastructure segment is reimagined.

Don’t miss this opportunity; Register now: https://ehealth.eletsonline.com/infra/delegate.html

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