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India healthcare summit 2017 Post conference report

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Healthcare service providers from UK and India, policymakers from UK and India, Members of House of Lords & House of Commons gathered at the UK Parliament on 12th September to exchange healthcare related information as the two nations seek ways to extend access, improve quality, and lower the cost of care to their citizens.
 
Panel discussions during the summits focused on opportunities that are available in Indo UK healthcare corridor, role of medical apps in health care reforms, necessity of developing world class healthcare in tier 2 and 3 cities in India, innovations in healthcare which can help healthcare providers to optimize their resources, improving patient outcome and experience, benefits of Ayurveda and ethical sustainable healthcare. Some of the British MPs who  participated in the summit included Lord Swraj Paul; Mr.Virendra Sharma MP ( Ealing Southall ); Baroness Verma - Former Energy & Climate Change Minister and former International Development Minister, United Kingdom and Mr.Bob Blackman MP (Harrow East).

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India healthcare summit 2017 Post conference report

  1. 1. INDIA HEALTHCARE SUMMIT 2017 P R O P E R T Y O F M A D I S O N W I L L I A M S Post Meet report INDIA HEALTHCARE SUMMIT 2017 UK Parliament, London, UK TUESDAY, 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2017 © 2017 by Sivaleen Inc. All rights reserved Supported by
  2. 2. The meet The healthcare system in India is vastly different from that of the UK, not just from the perspective of government spending, but also from the perspective of consumer preferences. While the Indian government spends 4.7 % of the GDP on healthcare, the UK government’s total expenditure on healthcare as a proportion of GDP is 9.1%. The people in India prefer to go to a private healthcare provider, despite the high cost and the presence of government hospitals in all districts, which are supposed to offer free healthcare. This is because there is a major gap between the quality and access to facilities and therefore, people prefer to spend their life savings in private hospitals so as to get better healthcare facilities.  In the UK, the majority of the people prefer to go to publicly funded National Health Services (NHS) for the majority of their treatments, as people seem to be satisfied with the quality and access to the facilities provided by the NHS. Healthcare service providers from UK and India, policymakers from UK and India, Members of House of Lords & House of Commons gathered at the UK Parliament on 12th September to exchange healthcare related information as the two nations seek ways to extend access, improve quality, and lower the cost of care to their citizens. Panel discussions during the summits focused on opportunities that are available in Indo UK healthcare corridor, role of medical apps in health care reforms, necessity of developing world class healthcare in tier 2 and 3 cities in India, innovations in healthcare which can help healthcare providers to optimize their resources, improving patient outcome and experience, benefits of Ayurveda and ethical sustainable healthcare. Some of the British MPs who  participated in the summit included Lord Swraj Paul; Mr.Virendra Sharma MP ( Ealing Southall ); Baroness Verma - Former Energy & Climate Change Minister and former International Development Minister, United Kingdom and Mr.Bob Blackman MP (Harrow East). © 2017 by Sivaleen Inc. All rights reserved
  3. 3. Programme summary Mr.Virendra Sharma MP, the Chairman of Indo British All Party Parliamentary group, welcomed the delegates attending the business meet. EICB Chair Mr Sujit Nair and Anchor Pallavi sundareshan hosted the meet. The panel discussion on opportunities for India UK healthcare partnerships looked at various scenarios for healthcare providers from UK and healthcare partnerships looked at various scenarios for healthcare providers from UK and India to work together. Experts who were part of the panel discussion also mentioned about their current work in UK and India. The panellists included Dr Sushma Acquilla  - Vice Chair - Global Health Committee,  Faculty of Public Health; Mr.Mike Nithavrianakis - Group International Advisor, Aster DM Healthcare; Dr Umesh Prabhu - Former  Medical Director of NHS; Mr.Marc Ramaer -  Group Commercial Director – Industry, Indo UK Institute of Health; This session was followed by presentation by Dr Sachin Gothi – Founder, Happy Pregnancy Global initiative/ Consultant Gynaecologist on how medical apps can help to close the gap between doctors and patients and thereby, play a lead role in health care reforms. The next presentation by Dr. Mayank Somani - CEO, Medics Super Speciality focused on those opportunities which are available for healthcare providers so as to develop world class healthcare in tier 2 and tier 3 cities of India. Following this, the next panel discussion focused on how innovations in healthcare can help healthcare providers in making better use of their resources. The panelist discussed about various healthcare mobile applications which they are working on in order to enable healthcare providers to optimize their resources. The panelists included  Dr. Claire Novorol - Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Ada Digital Health Ltd; Dr  Sheldon Steed – Founder –  Mumoactive; Dr Asif Qasim -  Founder & CEO,  MedShr; Mr.Ghalib Khan -  Co-founder,  Written Medicine and Dr Sachin Gothi – Founder, Happy Pregnancy Global initiative. The following panel discussion looked at how healthcare organizations focuses on sustainable development, respecting the needs of the individual, society and the environment and also support good business practices. The panelists included Dr. Sukhbindar Singh Sibia – Director, Sibia Medical centre; Mrs Nadra Ahmed OBE – Chair,  National Care Association and Dr Helen Susan Crawley– Medical Director, Royal College of General Practitioners International, South and South East Asia; The next panel discussion focussed on various initiatives followed by organisations to improve patient outcome and enhance their experience while visiting a healthcare provider. The panellists included Ms.Jean Hardiman smith - Hon © 2017 by Sivaleen Inc. All rights reserved
  4. 4. Event Partners Secretary, Socialist Health Association; Mr.Harish Haridas – Founder , MobD / Vice Chairman, Lords Hospital; Mr Peter Bailey -  Technology and Process Lead,  Circle Health and Dr Amita Agarwal – Head, Dr Batra’s Clinic UK.  The final panel discussion at the summit focussed on Ayurveda and its benefits. The panel discussion was led by Dr.Amarjeet S Bhamra - Lead Secretariat, All Party Parliamentary Group on Indian Traditional Sciences and included Ayurveda experts including Prof Madan Thangavelu and Prof Venkat Joshi The summit aimed to establish an understanding of major health industry challenges and opportunities in India and UK/ Europe. The objective of the summit was achieved as the conversation during the summit helped to promote the exchange of knowledge, ideas and experiences among current and future healthcare service sector leaders from India and U.K/ Europe. ‘India Healthcare Summit' was 19th summit of the business meet series which have been held at UK Parliament, London over the last years and these summits has so far engaged more than 2700 delegates from more than thousand companies and institutions. We thank our event partners , who played a key role in helping us to organise a successful summit. The event partners for the summit were as follows Happy Pregancy App  - http://happypregnancy.co.in/ Mitra Hermitage Ayurveda Hospital - http://mitrahermitage.com/ Taxbell - http://taxbell.co.uk/ Empact Ventures - http://www.empact-ventures.com/ Kerala link - http://keralalink.co.uk/ APPG Indian traditional sciences - http://itsappg.org/ Orthomedical - http://orthomedical.co.uk/ Doctorpreneurs - http://www.doctorpreneurs.com/ Singhania & Co - http://singhaniauk.com/ Vibgyor Adverts - http://www.vibgyoradvents.com/ Healthcare Executive -  https://www.healthcareexecutive.in/ © 2017 by Sivaleen Inc. All rights reserved
  5. 5. Tapping into our network and expertise built over the years, we also offers consultancy services to those companies who are looking to start, scale up or expand into the UK and Indian markets Important Disclaimer: Important please note: This report is for guidance only and has been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the meet and is believed to be correct at the date of publication. Copyright All content in this document, including logos, text, images, graphics etc are protected by copyright and/or design right owned by Sivaleen Inc unless identified as belonging to third parties. The business meets of British South India Council of Commerce Ltd/ Europe India Centre for Business & Industray is initiated, implemented and executed by Sivaleen Inc , which also represents BSICC/ EICBI in India © 2017 by Sivaleen Inc. All rights reserved

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