The two-day conference will provide insights on major trends affecting the healthcare industry
FICCI announced the 11th edition of its annual healthcare conference — FICCI HEAL. The two-day conference scheduled on August 17-18, 2017 in New Delhi, will offer key networking and partnering opportunities and also provide insights on major trends affecting the healthcare industry.
The conference will bring together over 350 national and international stakeholders of the health sector, including healthcare providers, government officials, policy makers, representatives of different embassies, medical technology and pharmaceutical companies, healthcare education providers, health insurance companies, financial institutions etc.
FICCI HEAL 2017 will convene sessions on the best practices, quality assurance mechanisms and policies for achieving global standards of healthcare across the country. The deliberations will help in paving the way for transformation required in the Indian healthcare ecosystem and facilitate the stakeholders in adapting to the growing trend of patient centricity. The conference sessions will examine matters concerning the patient who will be the pivotal point of deliberations on government policies, including the National Health Policy 2017, role of media in bridging the trust deficit in healthcare, transparency in pricing in healthcare, building an ethical healthcare system, financing innovations to promote investments in healthcare, reaching beyond the traditional mindsets of delivering care through integrated healthcare models and empowering patients with technology-driven care.”
Another unique addition to FICCI HEAL 2017 is the exclusive session on MiTalks ‘Health and Humanity.’ A curated session that will feature the best creative minds and past TED fellows and speakers who through their fascinating ideas on health and technology will inspire the FICCI HEAL attendees.
FICCI has also collaborated with KANTAR IMRB for a nationwide survey of 5000 healthcare consumers to evaluate their experiences and expectations from their healthcare providers. A knowledge paper capturing the findings of this survey will be released in FICCI HEAL 2017.