Seeing the huge potential of the Indian healthcare industry, it’s clearly evident that investors’ interest is not just limited to bringing in money but also to offer the much-needed boost in terms of innovation, quality, accessibility and affordability across various sub categories within the healthcare industry including primary care, home healthcare, single specialty, multi specialty, tertiary care hospitals, diagnostics, medical devices and preventive healthcare.  

To recognise the growing needs and opportunities within the nation’s healthcare economy, VCCircle is excited to announce the 6th edition of VCCircle Healthcare Investment Summit, India’s largest healthcare investment forum, in its new format. This summit is scheduled for Sept 25, 2014 at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai.

This year, the summit will focus on: 

?   Creating affordable, frugal and better quality healthcare infrastructure via PPP initiatives

?    Managing ‘investor-doctor’ relations, de-linking star doctors and brands to build robust healthcare delivery models

?    Delivering ‘low cost & high quality" medical devices and equipment

?   Increasing bandwidth for healthcare services in Tier II and Tier III towns

?   Innovations and digitalisation of healthcare services: E-health services, telemedicine, e-ICU and home healthcare

?   Opportunities across sub-categories including: super specialty, single specialty, retail clinics, diagnostic, radiology, medical devices, drugs and formulations, besides preventive healthcare segment that includes nutrition, lifestyle and wellness.

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The summit will feature top healthcare CEOs, doctors, medico-entrepreneurs, private equity and venture capital investors to explore, discuss and debate how to create world-class healthcare systems in India.

Register now and avail 30% on standard fees till August 21, 2014 or write to Sandeep/ Ipshita at or call 0120-4171111.  

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