With digital interference in every field, it has become the need of the hour for us to have it even in the healthcare sector.
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), a conference that is to be held on August 23rd in a Grand Hyatt have kept a special session on digital healthcare.
“Digital health has the potential to bring about exponential change across the healthcare continuum. It is being driven globally by both demand from the millennials as well as its ability to tackle some of our most complex supply side problems around access, affordability and accuracy. It’s range is immense and includes analytics based personalised diagnostics and drugs, digital medical records and telemedicine, mobile health and wearables facilitating remote diagnostics and monitoring,” Charu Sehgal, partner and leader of strategy and operations- Consulting Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Private Limited.
The conference will be held as a means to discuss various facets of healthcare like insurance, primary Health care etc.
“The session at the conference will provide us with an excellent opportunity to gain insight into the future potential and challenges of digital health from an eminent panel representing key stakeholders of the converging landscape,” added Sehgal.
Public health policy, in all is a matter of discussion for each and everyone of us at a certain point in time. The operating environment of healthcare providers is very important for the health care developments in the country.