Delhi: Ayushman Bharat Healthcare Summit (ABHS) will be organized on 16th May at Taj Diplomatic Enclave. The summit will bring all stakeholders of Ayushman Bharat Program (ABP) like Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Niti Aayog, State Governments like UP together under one platform to deliberate upon design and implementation of ABP. Managing partner, India Virtual Hospital is leaving no stones unturned to pace ABHS as India’s first and most credible platform for deliberation on the ABP. Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Minister of State, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare will be the Chief Guest on the occasion, which will also see Sidharth Nath Singh (Health Minister, UP) as the Guest of Honour.
Stressing on the need for Summits like ABHS, Swadeep Srivastava, Founding Partner and CBO India Virtual Hospital (IVH) said “IVH completes the entire spectrum of healthcare from prevention, treatment, to home healthcare solutions right up to end of life care. Hence we fully understand the need to find solutions for improving healthcare processes and delivery pan India.” Congratulating the Government on ABP, he said, “The time is ripe to collaborate with the Government in their path breaking initiative of Ayushman Bharat and make it a resounding success. We at IVH are committed towards this goal and hope the same from all stakeholders.”
Hon’ble Sh. Ashwini Kumar Choubey firmly assures “Through Ayushman Bharat, our government is fully committed towards making quality healthcare affordable and inclusive for all. The Government’s focus is on policy interventions that will empower maximum citizens with the ability to access quality healthcare. We see it happening by 2022 through m
Anurag Batra, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of BW Businessworld and Chairman of the Summit says, “Healthcare is a state subject. Hence, a key point of concern is implementation of the Ayushman Bharat Scheme at state level. We have invited state governments to present their thoughts and in-sights on the subject which could help smooth implementation of this scheme.”
The Summit is likely to come up with reliable, sustainable, accessible, and affordable designs, models and policies to implement ABP and bring quality healthcare at the door-step of every Indian by 2022.