The Guest of Honour, Hon’ble T S Singh Deo, Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Government of Chhattisgarh will bring in the government’s perspective on dealing with the COVID crisis and challenges that arose from it. Special Leadership Dialogue Session with Saurabh Gaur, IAS, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India on ‘Building a Future Ready Digital Health Ecosystem: Scope and Challenges’. The keynote address for the session will be delivered by Suneeta Reddy – Managing Director, The Apollo Hospitals Group which will focus
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The COVID-19 pandemic is an unpleasant reminder of how a strong healthcare system matters for the well-being of a nation’s people and the economy. It would not be an overstatement to say that systems which are structured on value-based approaches are capable of providing affordable and equitable access to health services for all. Today, as countries re-envision healthcare and rebuild economies, there is a unique opportunity for the industry and governments to strengthen healthcare systems by adopting evidence-led interventions.
The Indian landscape
We, as a country, have made significant progress towards improving health indicators. The average life expectancy has increased from 58 to 69 years. In parallel, the loss of Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALY) has also decreased significantly by over 40%. Having served the healthcare ecosystem across developed and developing markets for nearly three decades, I have witnessed the massive impact that improved healthcare has on the productivity of a nation. In fact, this development in India took place in the same period when the Indian GDP growth had been at peak.
In addition, every health parameter has improved in the last decade – reduction in maternal mortality ratio by 60%, infant mortality ratio by 60%,
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Started in the end 2019 the brand has raised USD 3.5 Mn in total including the current round.
The company is currently operational in 10 cities which includes Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and also in Tier 2 cities like Indore, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh & Patna, and is working with 250 + hospitals and 150 + surgeons. The Glamyo team outlines a plan to lengthen in 20+ cities in the next 6 months.
Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid said: “As ever more people benefit from the protection of our phenomenal vaccination campaign, we can now safely begin to relieve some of the most stringent infection controls where they are no longer necessary, to benefit patients and ease the burden on hardworking NHS staff.”