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The Summit is a gathering for CIO and Medical Informatics Professionals and leading experts. Over two days these key stakeholders will discuss how Indian healthcare industry is adopting technology for better, efficient and cost-effective patient care. The Summit will also discuss challenges currently facing the healthcare industry, including improving patient care, controlling costs and meeting government regulations. With the focus shifting from opening merely hospitals to IT-enabled integrated hospitals, the industry has created a buzz in India. Indian Healthcare Sector is expected to reach US$ 100 billion by 2015 and $280 billion by 2022. Currently growing at around 20 percent a year

Amidst this explosive growth, CIOs are looking to utilize available resources, improve efficiency and find new IT solutions.

The 2nd summit will be more than just a conference. It will ensure that your time is well spent in a productive environment. The summit agenda is well designed and amalgamates great industry keynotes, invigorating panel discussions, sessions on cutting-edge technology and ample opportunity for networking.

2nd Healthcare CIO Summit ensures interactivity and idea sharing.

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Healthcare CIO Summit ppt

  1. 1. presents HEALTHCARE CIO SUMMIT Information Technology Driven Healthcare 14-15 Dec 2012, New DelhiSupported by
  2. 2. Healthcare in Numbers…• Indian Healthcare Sector is expected to reach US$ 100 billion by 2015 and $280 billion by 2022.• Currently growing at around 20 percent a year• Government of India has increased health expenditure to 2.5 percent of the GDP by the end of the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012- 17)• India will need 1.75 million additional beds by the end of 2025• US$ 86 billion of investment is required to achieve 1 doctor, 2 beds and 2.3 nurses per 1000 population by 2025• India’s share in the global medical tourism industry will reach around 3 percent by the end of 2013• Medical tourism is expected to generate revenue around US$ 3 billion by 2013 , growing at a CAGR of around 26 percent• The National Rural Health Mission (NHRM) had allocated US$ 10.15 billion for the upgradation and capacity enhancement of healthcare facilities.
  3. 3. Challenges Facing IndianHealthcare• Missing Five As: Availability, Accessibility, Affordability, Acceptability and Accountability• Capacity: Physical infrastructure, Human Resources, and Financing Medical Care• Low public sector spending 25-30% as compared to private sector• Very low per capita healthcare spent (US$ 50 as compared to US$ 250 in China and US$ 850 in Brazil)• Low healthcare insurance penetration – 7-8% only
  4. 4. Investments Required…• By 2013 a total of 349, 321 beds required and an investment of approximately INR 880 billion• This will go up to 808, 620 beds and an investment of INR 2, 113 billion• The investment of this scale will increase the bed ratio from 0.9 beds per 1000 to 1.85 beds per 1000.
  5. 5. Technology-enabled Healthcare• Health and hospital information systems• Electronic health records• Digital health knowledge resource• E-learning technologies and applications• Telemedicine/Tele-radiology• Public health informatics• Data analysis for better patient care• Customer relationship management
  6. 6. Summit at a Glance• Healthcare CIO Summit 2012 brings together 50 CIOs and senior healthcare executives to discuss the changing landscape of healthcare, as well as how technology can bolster the growth opportunities in coming times .• Through various sessions that create opportunities for in- depth conversations, delegates discuss:• Healthcare technology trends• Best practices and technology adoption by players• Creating a wider net of IT to cover the entire patient care lifecycle• The summit is a unique opportunity to connect with peers and experts to learn from each other’s experiences.
  7. 7. Keynote Speakers Dr. Ruchi Dass: An award-winning physician, with Post Graduate in preventive and promotional Healthcare and with medical technology applied expertise. She is part of ICT4D Team India. Prof. Indrajit Bhattacharya: Prof Bhattacharya is teaching Healthcare IT at the International Institute of Health Management Research. He is a Healthcare IT education professional for 22 years. Dr Vishwa Mohan Katoch* : MD, Secretary, Dept. of Healthcare Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research. CONFIRMED * INVITED TO BE
  8. 8. Agenda
  9. 9. Past Summit at a Glance• Participation of 25-30 top CIOs and senior IT decision makers from India’s premier healthcare companies• Good mix of Keynotes, Panels and tech Sessions• Attendance from Business Heads of Healthcare organizations• First time effort resulting into great networking opportunities