Dr T S Selvavinayagam, Additional Director of Public Health, MMC/TNHSP/DPH, Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of Tamil Nadu
Dr Jitendra Mehta, Programme Manager, ASHA, Inter-sectoral Convergence and Community Participation, State Health Society, NHM, J&K
Dr C M Tripathi, Deputy director directorate of health services, Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of Madhya Pradesh
Dr Soma Rani, District Family Welfare Officer, District Health Officer, Chandigarh Administration U T Chandigarh
Dr Monica Tripathi, DGM SIFPSA, Health & Family Welfare Department, Government of Uttar Pradesh
Dr Shashi Kant, Director, National Health Mission, Government of Punjab
Devinder Kumar, Consultant, Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna, Mukhya Mantri State Health Care Scheme, Himachal Pradesh Universal Health Protection Scheme, Himachal Pradesh
Nitesh Shah, Assistant Director, RSBY, Gujarat
Sumit Datta, sense Head- GVK EMRI, Rajasthan
Dr Priya Ranjan Avinash, Senior Psychiatrist, Epsyclinic
High-level Panels will include presentations, discussions and debates to identify potential solutions
1. Healthcare Insurance Schemes on the Road of Inclusiveness & Easy Accessibility
During this session, the thought leaders, policymakers & other stakeholders will brainstorm on the progressive reforms witnessed in healthcare landscape due to the rise in the number of government-based health schemes running successfully in various states to cover increased number of needful people under the umbrella of such schemes to deliver cost-effective healthcare in the remotest corners and improving the overall health status of India. They will be focusing on the role of technology in democratizing the impact of health insurance.
2. Role of Government of Rajasthan’s Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojana in Delivering ‘Quality Care’ & Shift of Workload from Medical Facilities
The cash-less and hassle-free Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojana has redefined healthcare by addressing the traditional medical care challenges, such as exorbitant medical cost, role of middle men that led to delay in accessing right medical care, and enabling quality care by encouraging private hospitals to partner in this entire vision. During this session, the panel will enumerate the achievements that can be replicated across the nation and challenges that need to be addressed.
3. Mapping Healthcare e-Initiatives Across India
This session will focus on e-initiatives undertaken across India to map the level of technological disruption occurring in the entire structure to make healthcare a basic right accessible by all. The session will cover a range of topics like queue management systems, healthcare apps introduced by both state governments & private players to deliver correct information & care, electronic medical record (EMR) system to enable quality care and create a database for ensuring relevant changes in policies, etc.
4. Mapping Healthcare e-Initiatives Across Rajasthan
Rajasthan has been the frontrunner in terms of adoption of advanced technologies, e- initiatives and disruptive technologies. During this session, we will learn more about Government of Rajasthan’s e-initiatives in healthcare sector. We will try to map how far has Rajasthan come and can come in the near future to become the benchmark for other states and healthcare stakeholders. We will also learn about key collaborations undertaken with private players to accelerate the adoption of technology in healthcare ecosystem.
5. Smart Technology for Smart Healthcare
During this session, we will discuss the vision of the healthcare stakeholders in terms of integration of smart technologies, such as analytics, artificial intelligence, robotic technologies, digital health, portable medical devices, etc., to deliver ‘Smart Care’. We will learn about first-of- its kind technologies adopted in medical facilities and being manufactured by corporate. We will also chart the ways by which Indian medical facilities can be at par with the world-level changes.
6. Best Healthcare Initiatives
Last but not the least, we will discuss the praiseworthy healthcare initiatives introduced at both private and government levels. The reason to discuss such initiatives is to encourage innovations in healthcare & realize the true democratizing effect in healthcare. We will narrow down the best healthcare practices to set new standards in the healthcare system that can be implemented across private and government facilities.