Bangalore, November 22 2016: Indian healthcare is at an inflection point right now, as policy mandates and internal healthcare system reform begin to take hold, system-wide.
The Indian HIT market is valued at $1billion (about Rs 6,650 crore) and is likely to grow about 1.5 times by 2020, according to a report by IT industry body NASSCOM.
Healthier populations, affordable care and better patient experience requires more than incremental change. It requires innovations that can fast-track our transformation. Healthcare industry is experiencing a steady and stable transformation the world over, majorly with IT playing a core role in every aspect of healthcare value chain ensuring faster adaptability of advanced technologies, reduction of service costs and provision of quality healthcare at affordable prices.
How can healthcare leaders move into the new healthcare? Now that electronic health records and other healthcare IT tools and systems are becoming universalized, the next big leap will be into the robust leveraging of technology to achieve the broad aims of value-based healthcare delivery and payment.
The “SMART TECH HEALTHCARE” summit will be held on November 24-25 2016 at JW Marriot, Bangalore. It will bring together 250+ senior-level healthcare professionals to learn about cutting-edge innovations and foster dynamic conversation addressing how healthcare is being redefined through technology. This gathering will play host to Medical Directors, CIO’s, COO’s, CEO’s, M.D’s and tech experts from organizations associated with the Medical sector under one roof.
- Futuristic Technologies Transforming Healthcare by 2030.
- Big Data or Big Decisions.
- The Smart Analytics & Artificial Intelligence.
- Healthcare IT Possibilities & Obstacles.
- Future of Healthcare through Integration & Interoperability.
- Overcoming Health Data & Cyber security Challenges.
- Digital Transformations in Healthcare.
- How IT can drive increased Patient Engagement.
- How Technology Enabled Care Models can help fix Healthcare’s greatest challenges?