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Healthcare Leaders' Forum_Concept- Nurturing The Business of Healthcare

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  • 1. ..Nurturing the Business of Healthcare March 14, 2012 ASSOCHAM, New Delhi
  • 2. Current Healthcare Scenario
    • Indian public health system is ranked 118th among 191 WHO member countries on overall health conditions
    • In the past decade, average public expenditure on healthcare has been around only 0.35 percent of GDP
    • Hospital beds per 100 population in rural India is 0.2
    • Only 20 percent of total hospital beds are in rural areas, serving 70 percent of population
    • A villager travels an avg. of 2 Km to reach the nearest health centre, 6 Km for a blood test and 20 Km for hospital care
  • 3. The Need
    • Indian healthcare industry is gearing up for a phenomenal growth ,
    • With a projected CAGR of 16 percent and an estimated market size of USD 75 billion by 2012 , healthcare sector is expected to contribute as much as 8.5 percent of national GDP and employ more than 9 million people
    • Anumber of new entrants have ventured in the recent past, striving to make their mark with innovative ideas and business models
    • A key element of this emerging healthcare success story is ‘creation of sustainable leadership’ through sharing of experiences
    • To meet this critical need and create a pulsating platform for CXOs of healthcare industry to connect with each other, eHEALTH magazine is organising the second edition of the Healthcare Leaders’ Forum in New Delhi in March 2012
  • 4. Event Objectives
    • Create a vibrant platform for senior industry leaders to share business experiences
    • Provide opportunity of mutual learning among industry players
    • Showcase existing success stories and best practices in healthcare industry
    • Germinate new business ideas and winning strategies
  • 5. Event Format
    • International conference on the business of healthcare
    • Vibrant showcasing the latest and most innovative technologies and solutions that are on offer
  • 6. Topics and Themes
    • Market opportunities and growth patterns
    • Investment needs and prospects in healthcare sector
    • Best practices in hospital management and operations
    • Quality control and service excellence in healthcare
    • Emerging business models in healthcare
    • Technology strategies and roadmaps for modern hospitals
    • Managing human resource issues in healthcare industry
  • 7. Sessions
    • ICT-Enabled Healthcare : ‘e’Transformation of Indian Hospitals
    • Redefining Medical Education through Technology
    • Indian Medical Technology Industry : Market Challenges & Opportunities
    • Health Insurance Enhancing Equity by Bringing Healthcare to the Masses
    • The Next Level of Diagnostic Laboratories in India
    • Private Investments in Healthcare
    • Defining Trends in Radiology and Teleradiology
  • 8. Delegate Profile
    • CEOs, CMOs, CFOs, CIOs, CTOs of healthcare organisations
    • Senior government officials and health secretaries
    • Senior administrators, HODs and business managers of hospitals
    • Investors from private equity and venture capital firms
    • Vendors and suppliers of hospital materials, technologies, equipments and devices
    • Healthcare consultants and experts
  • 9. Snapshots from Healthcare Leaders’ Forum 2011
  • 10. Contact Us
    • Divya Chawla
    • [email_address] ; +91-8860651643