Future Hospitals

  10 September 2020

Theme: Improving healthcare through hospital transformation

In partnership with the Association of Healthcare Providers India

Overview: Bringing together a wide spectrum of senior participants ranging from C-levels and government officials to investors and healthcare planners, the Future Hospitals conference in partnership with the Association of Healthcare Providers – India, will be a high-level programme that presents a unique and key platform for all stakeholders concerned with hospital infrastructure.

Key topics:

  • Medical technology and innovation

  • Future hospital design and operations

  • Sustaining quality and cost

  • Smart hospitals

  • Clinical decision support systems (CDSS)

  • End-to-end digitalisation of a hospital 

Who should attend: 

  • Engineering managers

  • Healthcare technology planners

  • Chief operations officers

  • Hospital executives

  • Heads of quality and quality improvement manager


Benefits of attending:

  • Explore how emerging technologies will impact all stakeholders including patient, provider, payer, pharmaceuticals, medical technology and government/ regulating bodies

  • Discuss the latest tools and technologies that are driving healthcare delivery and improved outcomes

  • Improve the physical environment of healthcare settings with patient friendly hospital design

  • Enhance patient experience by enhancing patient-centred care 

  • Review how to improve quality and patient safety and empower clinicians to lead quality improvement

Programme highlights:

Cloud based EHR and EMR
Dr Supten Sarbhadhikari
, Project Director, Centre for Health Informatics, National Health Portal of India, Coimbatore, India

How to involve clinicians in quality
Dr Arati Verma
, Senior Vice President, Medical Quality, Max Healthcare, New Delhi, India

Innovative models for financial sustainability of hospitals
Dr Ravindra Karanjekar
, Associate Vice President, Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai, India

New vistas in hospital operations
Dr Sunil Khetarpal
, Chief Operating Officer, Delhi Heart and Lung Institute, New Delhi, India