Any healthcare model is efficient only if it is customer-centric and is able to provide affordable, accessible and timely services to people. While the government initiatives are helping bridge the gap between demand and supply in healthcare, it is also the right time for entrepreneurs, investors and other stakeholders to come together and draw up a plan to provide customer-centric services to larger masses.
The traditional healthcare delivery model in India has got a major fillip with the inception of tech-based health solutions which are flooding the healthcare market in India.
Further, growing awareness about quality healthcare, ageing demographics and preventive care are augmenting the push towards a consumer-centric healthcare delivery model. What India is looking towards is a much needed transition, where an engaged, empowered and educated customer is at the centre of the system driving the growth and innovative pitch within the healthcare sector.
Such a paradigm shift necessitates an industry platform to deliberate the evolving dynamics enabling the rise of consumer-centric healthcare models. With this in purview, News Corp VCCircle is hosting the 8th edition of the Healthcare Summit on 21 and 22 September in Mumbai. The summit will host senior industry leaders, investors and experts to discuss challenges and solutions in creating a customer-centric healthcare delivery model. The discussions will provide an overview on the current trends and innovations in the healthcare services space.
Industry experts on the panel:
– Velumani Arokiaswamy, CEO, Thyrocare
– Om Manchanda, CEO, Dr Lal PathLabs
– Vivek Desai, CEO, Hosmac India Pvt Ltd
– Kiran Anandampillai, Founder & CEO, Drishti
– Prashant Jain, Director, o3 Capital
Other key topics to be discussed at the summit:
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