New Delhi, March 04th 2015, an event was conducted by Carna Medial Database private limited at Hotel Le Meridien, with focus on "Digitalizing Indian Healthcare Industry by creation of medical material database".
The goal was to facilitate a discussion, with medical professionals, manufacturers and experts about impact of digitalization in Indian Healthcare sector. The conference objectives were to:
Examine the prevalence and need of Digitalization in Indian healthcare sector with the support of Medical Professionals, Doctors, Manufacturers and Government people.
Enlighten about Indian Healthcare situation and understanding the demand of Medical Material Database in providing quality healthcare service for the patient.
Explain the merits and role of Medical Material database in whole Supply chain management process.
There were five plenaries during the conference. During the inaugural plenary, Dr Arun Aggarwal, President of Delhi Medical Council addressed the Inaugural speech, he stressed that "For a well-organized healthcare units we need such a system which can organized and maintain all the records and history to prevent discrepancies". He also shared some facts and figures about current scenario of Medical sector in India.
Mr Minoru Amano, CEO of Carna Medical Database, gave a warm welcome address by pointed out the good relationship within India and Japan and focused for the development of Indian Healthcare in terms of Digitalization through creation of Medical material database.
Dr Rajeev Sagar, Additional Medical Superintendent of GB pant hospital, called for the benefits of affordable and accessible medical material database and appreciated Carna Medical Database to take initiative in improving Indian Healthcare system.
Dr Ashutosh Shukla, Director of Internal Medicine Artemis, Gurgaon, proposed a key note presentation denoting to Harmonized coding system by explaining the benefits of Medical Material Database to Indian Healthcare sector. He also shared the information with all how this database can help medical stake holders to promote their products and business.
Speakers also expressed their views on the issues that needed to be addressed for transforming the concept into practice. All the above mentioned honourable guests and keynote speakers gave their energetic and fruitful contributions at this event.
The goal of the conference was to have a variety of health professionals discuss their views of what we could offer to Indian Medical Market.
More than 40 attendees listened to the speakers, who represented different types of health care professionals. Participants also took part in filling questionnaire that reported to the staff members.
The conference provided an opportunity for participants to share ideas, reach some consensus, agree on differences of opinion, and create a future action agenda.
Outcomes from the event will be used in action plans and to transform the concept into meaningful practice.