New Delhi: Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) on 26th October organised one of the most prominent conventions in the healthcare industry, 2nd Health Tech 2017 – ‘Innovation, Inspiration and Creation’. The convention brought together leading service providers, entrepreneurs, researchers, policy makers, physicians and academics to share ideas and innovations in the quickly changing healthcare horizon.
With the emergence of a robust new policy framework in India, the event highlighted the lucrative opportunities it presents for various stakeholders of the industry and the amendments required in the current business strategy. It also exhibited revelations on preferred avenues for raising capital which continues to be of utmost importance and marketing in the age of digital era. Connected devices in the hospital, monitoring wearable’s, robotic telemedicine, sensors; technologies in the health care industry are being developed in a high-speed tempo, offering an open atmosphere for both health and tech professionals to meet, learn and explore the crossroads of Science, Technology and Business in Med-Tech.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Raghu, Deputy Advisor (Ayush), Ministry of Ayush, said “We see this as a great opportunity to connect our faculty members, researchers, and students who are passionate about improving health care, as well as collaborating with this dynamic community of thought leaders who are so determined about improving the industry across the nation”.
The convention witnessed the participation of dignitaries like Dr Vanitha Muralikumar, President, Central Council of Indian Medicine, Dr. Raghu, Deputy Advisor (Ayush), Ministry of Ayush, Dr. Arati Verma, Senior Vice President for Medical Quality at Max Healthcare, Mr. Partha Dey, Healthcare Leader and SME, IBM India & South Asia, Mr. Vikram Thaploo, CEO – Telehealth, Apollo Hospitals, Dr. G Geetha Krishnan, Senior Consultant, Ayurvedic Medicine, Medanta and Dr. Pooja Sabharwal, Ayurveda Faculty, Dabur Dhanwantry Hospital and College.