Bengaluru: The participants of the General Management for Healthcare Executives (GMHE) programme (2016-17) at IIM Bangalore will be organizing the first GMHE Healthcare Leadership Summit ‘AYUSMAT’, on March 12, 2017, from 9 am to 6 pm, at the IIMB auditorium.
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The keynote speakers include Padma Shri awardee Dr. H Sudarshan, Founder, Karuna Trust; Dr. BS Ajai Kumar, Chairman, HCG; Dr. Mudit Saxena, CEO, Care Hospitals; Dr. Nandakumar Jairam, Chairman, Columbia Asia; Mr. Gautam Khanna, CEO, Hinduja Group; Padma Shri awardee Dr. K S Gopinath, Surgical Oncologist, HCG; Mr. Vishal Bali, Chairman, Medwell Ventures and Asia Head – TPG Growth; Dr. Ruchi Dass, MD, Healthcursor Consulting; Dr. Satish Rath, Healthcare Research Head, Conduent Labs; Mr. Rama Chandra Dash, Head, Watson Health at IBM; Dr. Pulijala Srinivasa Rao, CEO, Apollo Medskills; Dr. Jagdish Chaturvedi, Director, Innaccel Acceleration Services; Mr. Shashank ND, CEO, Practo; Mr. Kumar KV, IT Head, Narayana Health; Mr. Rama Nadimpalli, GM, Cerner India; Dr. Ananth N Rao, GM – Operations, Apollo Hospitals; Mr. Prakash Iyer, VP, Healthcare Solutions, TATA Communications; Mr. Guruprasad S, Head, Healthcare, Bosch India and Dr. Sandhya Mandlekar, Head, PCO, Biocon, Bristol-Myers Squibb Research Center.
The mission of the summit is to provide a platform for meaningful discussions to help bring about a healthier India for tomorrow.
The summit will have panel discussions on ‘Primary: Healthcare Financing and Pricing in India – Affordability and Accessibility’; ‘Predictive: Impact of Big Data & Artificial Intelligence towards Patient Care’ and ‘Progressive: Untapped potential of Prescriptive & Preventive Care’.
The speakers will deliberate on the current healthcare scenario in India. They will delve into the problems faced by the primary healthcare sector in terms of pricing, opportunities in the predictive healthcare sector and how use of technology is the way forward. They will also probe why focus on prescriptive and preventive sectors is paramount to curb the rapid rise in lifestyle diseases in India.
The conference will also focus on the growing relevance of the PPP model in the healthcare sector. This event is targeted at CEOs, CTOs, COOs, CIOs, healthcare and IT consultants, doctors and administrators, healthcare policy experts, pharma industry experts, start-up enthusiasts, venture capitalists, insurance experts and students. It is focused towards bringing together the brightest and most experienced minds in the industry and academia to discuss the challenges in the fast-evolving healthcare sector.