The Healthcare Innovation Summit 2018 is designed as an international platform where healthcare stakeholders from South-Asian countries will congregate and deliberate, assess and reexamine the steps that need to be taken up to bring tangible progress in healthcare delivery in the region.
The objective is to leverage digital technologies, improve knowledge, skills and resources, and create channels for collaboration and consensus among key stakeholders.
India is a country of 1.25 billion people where the Government has taken a slew of measures in terms of technology and innovations to augment healthcare delivery process. Ayushman Bharat is glaring example of such interventions. Despite these steps, a section of experts believes that the accessibility, affordability and quality healthcare is still a distant dream and a lot needs to be done on this front. Healthcare infrastructure in rural area needs to be improved by harnessing latest technologies like telemedicine.
In the wake of this uphill task to achieve the goal of sustainable healthcare system, an urgent need is being felt by the healthcare community to share, discuss, and replicate the success stories of other developed countries. Experts need to brainstorm about how can we improve and provide a better healthcare system to people at large.
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With rapidly tranforming world of opportunities and challenges, innovation and technology have become a big game-changer. In a step towards understanding the dynamics of this fast changing healthcare sector, there is a much greater need than ever before to explore, understand, and deliberate upon various dimensions of bringing and achieving a real change. Let’s be a part of the Healthcare Innovation Summit 2018, designed to serve as an international platform for brain storming and confluencing hard-to-meet top-notch healthcare leaders and stakeholders from different parts of South-Asian countries.