India Healthcare summit 2017 at UK Parliament to discuss ways to improve health care in India, UK
Added: (Sat Aug 05 2017)
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Healthcare providers from UK and India, policymakers from UK and India, Members of House of Lords & House of Commons and other invited guests will gather at the UK Parliament on 7th September, 2017 to examine successful healthcare reforms around the world and to exchange information on their own efforts, as the two nations seek ways to extend access, improve quality, and lower the cost of care to their citizens.
India Healthcare Summit 2017 is being held after the successful hosting of UK India Healthcare Summit 2016, at UK Parliament, London on 20th July, 2016. UK India Healthcare Summit 2016 had generated tremendous interest and some of the delegates who were part of the summit include Dr.Amarjeet S Bhamra - Lead Secretariat, All Party Parliamentary Group on Indian Traditional Sciences; Mr.Anil Mathew CEng MBA - Director, Continuous Improvement at NHS; Dr.AM Anvar - Chairman and Managing Director, Punarnava Ayurveda; Mr.Bob Blackman MP Harrow East - Co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Primary Care and Public Health; Dr. Manpreet Gulati - Director & CEO, Lyca Health and Westminster healthcare ; Mr.Mike Nithavrianakis - Healthcare UK and Aster Medicity ; Dr.Mukesh Batra - Chairman and Managing Director, Dr.Batra's; Dr.Ponraj V - Technical Advisor to Late His Excellency The 11th President of India A. P. J. Abdul Kalam ; Dr.Rohit Sane - Managing Director, Madhavbaug; Mr.Sudin Kumar - Secretary General, Indian Homeopathic Medical Association; Mr.Thiyagarajan Velayutham - Founder, India HomeHealth Care (Now part of Bayada Home Health Care USA); Mr.Virendra Sharma MP Southall - Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Indian Traditional Sciences; Lord Rana;The Right Honourable Usha Kumari Prashar; Baroness Prashar, CB Lord; Rosie Cooper MP West Lancashire; Stephen Timms MP East Ham; Dr. Jenny Tonge Lord amongst others.
'India Healthcare Summit 2017' is 19th summit of the business meet series which have been held at UK Parliament, London over the last few years and these summits have so far engaged more than 2600 delegates from more than thousand companies. The summit will be held under the theme 'Impact of healthcare reforms in India and UK : Challenges and Opportunities' and will include 3 components - Discussion, Awards and Pledges. Discussions will cover three major topics: healthcare system reform, public health (addressing chronic diseases) and new technologies.
The summit aims to establish an understanding of major health industry challenges and opportunities in India, UK and around the world. The objective of the summit is to advance global health by promoting the exchange of knowledge, ideas and experiences among current and future healthcare service sector leaders from India, the U.K. and other countries.