Delhi set to host healthcare innovators at a mega event in September

The annual international conference, ‘InnoHealth 2017’ to be held on on 18th and 19th September 2017, would bring together top stakeholders in healthcare space on a single platform to discuss innovation


New Delhi: The two-day conference by the name of InnoHEALTH will take place in the national capital city on 18th and 19th September 2017. The conference is an annual international conference, which is second in the series.

The conference is also providing a platform for Indian innovators to pitch their innovations and compete for a young innovators award. The conference is expected to be attended by around 400 people in two days including 50 elite speakers from all over the world such as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of policy think tank, Niti Aayog and Director General, Indian Council for Medical Research among other top company heads.

InnoHEALTH 2017 organizers InnovatioCuris and Indiattitude point out that they are working with a vision of bringing down the healthcare delivery cost yet maintaining the quality. InnoHEALTH 2017 is doing so by creating deliberations among policy makers, industry and academia on topics linked with innovations in Hospitals, diagnostics, medical devices, pharma, biotech, digital healthcare and new delivery models.

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The event will be hosting a B2B meeting on 18th September to connect Indian stakeholders with a visiting European Union delegation pertaining to innovative health sector companies. The companies are selected through a competitive program with a focus on cost effective innovations for Indian market.

The conference is also joined by many partners such as Estonia as a country partner, NHSRC representing MoHFW, Government of India, Public Health Foundation of India, CAHO as the association of accredited hospitals of India, AHPI represents more than 10,000 private healthcare providers. IAMI bringing the clinicians involved in healthcare analytics, ScanBalt bringing the outreach to more than 22,000 professionals in 11 European countries.