• Telemedicine has been a technological takeaway for the developed countries. Defined asthe use of communication networks for the exchange of healthcare information to enable clinical care, it is increasinglybeing viewed asa tool for improving care and enhancing access to healthcare. Telemedicine helps to connect remote rural hospitals/health centres to super specialty hospitals located in the cities, and helps patients in remote and rural areas to avail timely consultations from specialist doctors without the ordeal of travelling. eHealth India 2007 will deliberate on such initiativesand many other excellent, though scattered, efforts in this field, and bring it together to form a conduit of critical information.

    Objective :

    Burgeoning population pressure, inadequate number of medical doctors and paramedical health workers, concentration of healthcare facilities in urban centres, unorganized private health service delivery initiatives, and paucity of government financial resources are prime
    challenges in improving public health status in India and the developing world.

    eHealth India 2007 will be a deft attempt to bring forth complex issues plaguing public health conditions in India and the developing world – and in context, engage people, practitioners and stakeholders in exploring opportunities for defining policy interventions, research agenda, technology solutions and emerging market potential.

    Who should attend ?

    • Central & State GovernmentOfficials
    • InternationalDevelopment Agencies (eg. WHO, World Bank, ADB, USAID, UNAIDS, SDC, IDRC, DFID)
    • HospitalCXOs, Directors& Administrators
    • Medicaland Healthcare Educational Institutions
    • IT and Communication Solution Providers
    • Insurance Companies
    • Corporate – CEOs / VPs / Business Heads / GMs /Administrators
    • IT / BPO professionals
    • Lawyers
    • Accountants
    • Banks and Financial Institutions
    • Pharma Companies
    • NGOs, INGOsand DevelopmentInstitutions
    • Developers
    • Manufacturers, Suppliers and Retailers

    Why attend ?

    eHealth India 2007 will be a first of its kind event attempting to mainstream healthcare ICT sector by bringing it under the overarching ICT for Development agenda addressed through
    the eINDIA 2007 event. A multi stake holder participation from the government, healthcare industry, IT vendors, international development funding agencies, and civil society practitioners from India and beyond will make this event a unique forum for knowledge and business networking.

    Key sessions :

    • e-Health in India current statusand policy initiatives
    • e-Health Initiatives in Developing Countries: country case studies
    • Electronic Medical Records (EMR) technology, standards, legalities
    • Rural Telemedicine-making health service ubiquitous
    • Information Security and Risk Managementin e-Health
    • e-Health in Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation
    • e-Health and Insurance sector opportunities
    • IT Solutionsin e-Health
    • Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS)
    • Mobile Point ofCare (MPOC)
    • Hospital and Management Information Systems (HIS/MIS)



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