Announcing the Philips Digital Health Conclave 2016

//Announcing the Philips Digital Health Conclave 2016

Announcing the Philips Digital Health Conclave 2016

Philips Healthcare has been on the forefront of healthcare in India. They have been thought leaders in this space, bringing together solutions like the remote ICU, Artificial Defibrillator and Digital Health Platform in addition to state of the art CT Scans and X Ray Machines.

This month on the 23rd of November, Philips Innovation Campus (PIC) is hosting the annual Digital Health Conclave at the Riz Carlton in Bangalore. The event would see thought leaders like Rajesh Batra, CIO and VO Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai, Anoop Amarnath, Head – Medical Strategy, Manipal Health Enterprises Pvt. Ltd, Pramod VarmaChief Architect, Aadhaar in addition to leaders from Philips like M R Srinivas Prasad, CEO Philips Innovation Campus.

In addition to key note sessions from Rajendra Gupta, Advisor to the Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare and Rajesh Batra, the event would have 2 panel discussions on Digital India and on Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The panel discussions are being moderated by our own Dr Vikram Venkateswaran, Editor and Founder Healthcare India.

In addition to these there is the Philips Startup Cup which would see emerging technology providers showcase their offerings, this is in collaboration with Nasscom.

We are really excited to the associated with the event and we are looking forward to collaborating with healthcare business thought leaders to the new social movement for care in India.

This is an invite only event so please do register for the event at this link-

By |2016-11-17T09:17:44+00:00November 17th, 2016|Healthcare Technology|2 Comments

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  1. Farook Musthafa Shaik November 18, 2016 at 4:21 am - Reply

    Good luck Dr.Vikram.

    • admin November 18, 2016 at 10:27 am - Reply

      Thank you Farook

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