IIM Bangalore is all set to host the healthcare leadership summit, Ayusmat 2019 on the 3rd of March, 2019. Ayusmat Summit is a platform which provides scope to the intellectual minds to come together, foster ideas, provoke discussions and promote the exchange of knowledge.
Academicians, practitioners, policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and students can participate in Ayushmat 2019. The summit is being organized with the aim of improving the development in the field of medical services. Accessibility, cost and quality are the three major elements which are to be dealt with to make advancements in this field. Several sectors such as Pharmaceuticals, Finance, Management and Leadership, Technology, Insurance, Policy and Startups play the pivotal role in designing the service delivery systems which balance the dilemmas.
A number of eminent speakers are going to grace the occasion with their presence. To mention a few -
- N.T. Abroo, IAS, Director, Suvarna Arogya Suraksha Trust, Government of Karnataka,
- Dr. Chitra Sarkar, Dean, AIIMS Delhi,
- Dr. J Radhakrishnan, IAS, Principal Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Government of Tamil Nadu,
- Amrita Agarwal, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,
- Dr. Snigdha Paddalwar, Head, NH Mahalaxmi, Mumbai.
The summit will play a vital role in proving solutions to the issues pertaining to medical accessibility. The Ayusmat Summit play will bring people closer, and provide them with a platform to figure out solutions, express new ideas and hold discussions.
The topics at the workshop include -
- Ayushman Bharath: Decoded for Management Executives
- Leadership in Healthcare – Does it Demand Unique Qualities
- Quality in Healthcare
- Healthcare Financing in India – What and Who will be the Game Changer
- Indian Healthcare Scenario – Actual vs Ideal- Roadmap to Bridge the Gap
- Transitions Driven by Innovative Technology in Healthcare,
- Will Price Capping in India Kill Quality?
- Investment in Healthcare.
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The Ayusmat Summit is definitely a huge leap towards the advancement of medical services.