Jun 4, 2021
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM (Asia/Kolkata)
Virtual Event - Online, Virtual Event - Online
Covid19 has brought a huge focus on our healthcare system, highlighting the strengths with digitalization, showcasing potential global opportunities and identifying areas to improve. Indian healthcare is one of the fastest growing sectors, and is expected to reach USD 300bn by 2030. Much of this growth can be attributed to digital and innovation powering inclusion, reduction in costs, improving affordability and enabling qualitative care with key insights coming out of new infrastructure with medical devices using AI and ML, analytics, 3D sensing and inclusion facilitated by Tele medicine etc.
While nobody would have imagined that doctors would like to see patients remotely and make the diagnosis prior to Covid-19, it has become the defacto norm and preferred process, post the corona world..The number of tele consultations, tele medicine has increased by leaps and bounds and has enabled access to healthcare even for those who are away from the cities, into the villages and not so connected areas. Satellite medical centers, innovation from the start-ups in terms of ventilators and other low cost medical devices have resulted in more and more devices coming for testing and approvals to the Govt health approval systems. Processes like ISO 60601 for assessment/certification of medical products, ISO 13485 for medical devices, ICEEx have become increasingly important and are the need of the hour. If you consider facial and dental surgeries, there are sophisticated softwares which can read CT scan data and provide meaningful insights on soft issues, bones etc which helps doctors to operate and provide better qualitative care during important surgeries…
Digital technologies have started playing a key role in disrupting old processes and in transforming the entire healthcare ecosystem, enabling newer ways of doing things in healthcare delivery, diagnosis, care-giving etc. This conference DT5 and the exhibition will bring more spotlight on such transformations happening in the industry today, the opportunities that are emerging globally and will also crystal gaze into what can potentially come up in the future so that people are prepared in terms of skill development, technology upgradation etc. The 3 golden vectors in healthcare of Cost, Quality and Access will see an extensive discussion at this summit.
Healthcare being a global phenomenon, the US and European markets from where most of the requirements come for the Indian ICT players to develop software and systems have seen a ramp-up and those who are geared for this surge in demand are able to grab this opportunity. Indian ICT players have also been preparing for the future requirements from overseas and they see more and more of AI-ML, Blockchain, 3D printing, AR/VR, Cloud, Mobile based apps getting integrated into healthcare systems, devices, processes etc.
DT5 will host digital health stakeholders including Hospitals, Clinicians, health IT executives, device makers, entrepreneurs, pharma folks, researchers, academia to promote the development of patient-centered medical technology. Speakers at DT5 will cover a diverse range of topics in order to fully tackle the varied and complex problems facing the healthcare industry. We are hoping that DT5 will connect the digital health technologies to enhanced patient care and outcomes. By fostering conversations between digital health decision-makers and medical technology leaders and equipping medical professionals with informative digital health methods and strategies, DT5 will be a key vehicle to advance the field of technology to help improve the quality of life for patients.
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