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Seventh edition of BMH HEAL 2020 focusses on ‘Future Healthcare: Harnessing Technology’

A total of 447 global and domestic delegates participated in the event

The seventh edition of BMH HEAL 2020 was recently organised as a webinar. Keeping in view the current healthcare scenario the topic of this year’s conference was ‘Future Healthcare: Harnessing Technology’.

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Dr KG Alexander, CMD, Baby Memorial Hospital affirmed during the introductory address that technology has helped hospitals to improve their efficiency and more can be achieved in the coming days when artificial intelligence makes its presence felt in the healthcare systems.

Air Marshal Dr Pawan Kapoor AVSM, VSM (Bar) (Rtd) – Vice Chairman, Rus-education and Vice Chancellor of Lincoln American University, Guyana, delivered the keynote address. A panel discussion was organised on the topic Opportunities, Practicalities and Challenges of Digital technologies. The panellists were Dr

Atul M. Kochhar, CEO, NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers), Dr Ramesh Madhavan, CEO, Tia Tech Health Technologies USA, Dr Ajay Nair, CEO, Swasth, Dr Rajkumar Samuvel, Dy Head & Consultant at Dr Mehtha’s Hospital and Saji S Mathew, COO, BMH. The panel discussion was moderated by Dr Sameer Mehta, Chief Investment Director of Atlas Family Office and Vice Chairman of Dr Mehta’s Hospital.

Dr Ajay briefed on the digital health trends and digital health mission activities in India. Dr Atul spoke about the standards and inter-operability among healthcare IT systems to provide quality patient care. Saji narrated his experience of harnessing technology to provide better patient and employee experience undertaken at Baby Memorial Hospital. Dr Ramesh shared his experience of technology adoption in USA. Dr Rajkumar spoke about tele-ICU and why doctors and nurses should depend on technology for delivering better care.

447 delegates participated including representations from abroad including Kuwait, Oman, USA, Congo Republic, Finland and Belarus. The webinar was supported by AHPI (Association of Healthcare Providers [India]) and RFHHA (Research Foundation of Hospital and Healthcare Administration).

 

 

 

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