Conference Adwitya 2019 - IIHMR Bangalore - Institute of Health Management Research, Bangalore (IIHMR)

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Conference Adwitya 2019 – IIHMR Bangalore

The health care industry is transforming in response to demands for better quality, decreased costs and easier access. In addition, we are seeing greater focus on improving health, wellness and care for consumers and patients. Our health care industry offers to its customers—hospital stays, physician visits, drugs and devices, and insurance. Even if they are excellent, these solutions typically fall well short of what most people want for their overall health care. There are disconnects, duplications, waste, lack of continuity, and gaps that could be eliminated through convergence. Through Convergence, we can provide an innovative, integrated, holistic solution that addresses health repair and restoration, preventive services, well-being, and financing. Convergence allows providers and payers to operate independently while leveraging each other’s strengths to optimize care delivery. Essentials to any convergence strategy is shared risk, clear communication and technology that enables seamless, secure data sharing and analytics to manage costs and provide a best in market consumer/patient experience. According to the Oxford’s Learner’s Dictionary, convergence is (1) to move toward a place from different directions and meet, (2) to move toward each other and meet at a point, or (3) to become very similar or the same. I propose defining convergence in healthcare as: 1. The collaboration of payers and providers to provide population health management, and 2. Divergent healthcare organizations becoming similar organizations. Convergence in healthcare2018 ix a two-day conference providing a forum for decision makers from across the health sector to discuss and learn from one another.

Patient centerd (Hospital/health)

  • Hospital M & A
  • Mobile health
  • Health start ups
  • Medical devices
  • Pharma

Public health

  • Universal Health Coverage
  • NHM
  • PPP
  • Ayushman Bharat

HIT

  • AI
  • IoT
  • Health informatics
  • Virtual reality and
  • augmented reality
  • Block chain and
  • health data
  • Cyber crime and
  • cyber security

Day – 1

Day 1: Friday, 11th January 2019

8.30-9.30Registration
9.30- 11.00Inauguration
11.00- 11.30Tea Break
Plenary Session I: Recent developments in healthcare: Dr. Suresh Krishnamurthy/Dr Pankaj Gupta
11.30 -11.50Ayushman Bharat - Challenges & OpportunitiesDr. Nagendra Swamy
Advisor, Manipal Health Enterprises
11.50- 12.10Role of NHRR- opportunities for improving accessibility through technology.Dr. K. Ravi Kumar
Senior Regional Director, Regional Office for Health & FW, Bangalore, Govt. of India
Panel discussionModerator: Dr. Shweta
12.10 - 13.10How convergence in healthcare would lead to paradigm shift in healthcare deliveryProf Dr. Nagesh Gowda
Director & HOD, Dept. of Surgical Gastroenterology & Organ Transplant, Bangalore Medical College & Hospital

Dr. Raghvendra Chikkatur
Senior Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Mahaveer Jain Hospital

Dr. Nirmala Murthy
Advisor, Foundation for Research in Health Systems (FRHS)

Dr. Narendranath V
Chief Administrator, M. S. Ramaiah Hospital
13:10-14.10Lunch
Plenary Session II:  Redesigning the Healthcare – Dr. S D Gupta
14.10-14.30Mergers and Acquisitions in HospitalsMr Rajiv Chourey
VP (Quality & Operations), CARE Group of Hospitals, Hyderabad.
14.30- 14.50Role of outpatient clinics and day care centres in modern healthDr. Sunita Maheshwari
Chief Dreamer, Teleradiology Solutions and RxDx Clinics
14.50 – 15.10Redesigning the Healthcare: Role of CSRMs. Nidhi Pundhir
Director-CSR, Head-HCL Foundation
15.10-15.30Public private partnership in primary healthcare in rural areas of Andhra PradeshMr. Sudheer Nadiapally
Senior Manager – Monitoring and Evaluation,
Piramal Swasthya Management and Research Institute, Hyderabad
15.30-15.45Q and A Tea Break
Plenary Session III:  Healthcare Verticals-1 - Dr. Usha Manjunath
15.45 – 16.05Pricing strategies to making healthcare affordableDr. Sreenivasan Narayana
EMR and Pricing, Narayana Health
16.05-16.25The challenges of setting up a healthcare tech in Indian scenario.Mr. Shahin Basheer
Co-founder, Invest on Health
16.25- 16.45Pathways to integration of national disease control programs under UHCProf. Subhash Hira
Distinguished Professor of Public Health & Infectious Diseases, PHFI Gurgaon

Day 2: Saturday, 12th January 2019

Plenary Session IV: Putting technology to work   Dr. Shyam Vasudevarao/Mr. Mukund Kulkarni
09.30- 09.50Role of AI in healthcareDr. Chandil Kumar
CEO, Aster Aadhar Hospital, Kolhapur
09.50- 10.10Role of technology in reducing the cost of healthcareDr. Subramaniyan M
Senior Manager,
Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) & Telemedicine
Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Bangalore
10.10-10.30IoT in healthcare and Data security – biggest concernMr. Manish Sharma
Founder & Editor, HCITExpert Blog
10.30-10.50Harnessing the Technology for Enhancing Healthcare Access – Field Studies/Case ExamplesDr. Shyam Vasudevarao
Founder and Director, Forus Health, Renalyx and Rx DHP
10:50-11.15Tea Break
11.15- 13.00Paper and poster presentationsSelected papers
13.00-14.00Lunch
Plenary Session V :  Healthcare Verticals -2- Dr. Dnyaneshwar Shelke/Dr. Thuppil Venkatesh
14.00-14.30Home health care – disruptive trend in the next decadeDr (Wgcdr) A Nagasubramaniam
Medical Director, HCG hospital
14.30-15.00Quality beyond accreditation Dr. Kishore Murthy,
Director, Sri Shankara Cancer Hospital and Research Center
15.00-16.00Valedictory and Best Paper Award
16.00-16.30Hi -Tea
  
Submission of abstracts25 December,2018
Notification of selected abstracts 6 Janauary,2019

Poster Presentation Guidelines

  • The size of the Poster should be 2 feet wide and 3 feet high.
  • At the top of the poster, please include the title of your paper and the names of authors, affiliations, as specified in the submitted abstract.
  • Ensure that the main text and text used in figures and tables of the poster is in dark color, of the large and bold font so that one can read from a distance of 2 meters (6 feet).
  • Avoid long textual passages and use graphs and diagrams as much as possible.
  • Please bring pins or clips that you might require to mount your poster on space/board that will be provided.
  • We will have one poster sessions on 12th January 2019
  • Please check for the final schedule of poster presentations which will be posted on the conference website, to note when your poster presentation is on.
  • You are required to be present near the poster during the specified time for poster presentation and clarify/answer the questions from the participants/ evaluators.
  • Posters presented by students and research scholars who have also registered for the conference will be considered for the ‘Best Poster Award,’ by a committee which will evaluate the posters.
  • “Best Poster Award” will contain a certificate and a cheque, which will be announced and presented in the valedictory session of the conference in the afternoon of 12th January 2019.

Oral Presentations Guidelines

Presentation file should include the last name of the presenting author

  • Please aim for 8-10 minutes of presentation content to allow 2-3 minutes for questions. Prepare PowerPoint presentations with 15 slides.
  • Take your presentation directly to the room allocated for your presentation, where you should copy it onto the computer well in advance of the start of your session.
  • Oral Presentations presented by students and research scholars who have also registered for the conference will be considered for the “Best Oral Presentation Award,” by a committee.
  • “Best Oral Presentation Award” will contain a certificate and a cheque, which will be announced and presented in the valedictory session of the conference in the afternoon of 12th January 2019.

Pl. coordinate with Dr. Gyan C Kashyap – 9967162925
For abstract submission- mail id- conference@iihmr.org

Registration categoriesPresenters Participants / accompanying members
StudentsNon-students
Early-Bird Registration (December 26, 2019)Rs. 2000Rs. 4000Rs. 2000
Post (January 8, 2019)Rs. 2500Rs. 5000Rs. 2500

Payment Details

NAME: INSTITUTE OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
ACCOUNT NO : 00530330000089
BANK: HDFC BANK LTD
BANK ADDRESS: NO9 ETERNA, KORMANGALA INDL LAYOUT, KORAMANGALA, BANGALORE – 560095, KARNATAKA
IFSC CODE: HDFC0000053

Sponsorship CategoryDescriptionSponsorship Amount (in Rupees )
Platinum1. Company presentation/ video clips in the interactive DVD (post-conference)
Company logo on the DVD jacket.
2. Full page corporate advertisement in the “Book of Abstracts”
3. Corporate logo in all publicity/promotional material including flexes, brochure & website.
4. Information Kiosk in the conference venue
5.Insertion of Brochure in delegates’ kit
1 lakh
Gold1. Full page corporate advertisement in the “Book of Abstracts”
2. Corporate logo in all publicity/promotional material including flexes, brochures & website
3. Information Kiosk in the conference venue
4. Insertion of Brochure in delegates’ kit
50  thousand
Silver1. Half page corporate advertisement in the “Book of Abstracts”
2. Acknowledgement of company support as a sponsor throughout the event
3. Information Kiosk in the conference venue
4. Insertion of Brochure in delegates’ kit
25 thousand
Bronze1. nsertion of Brochure in delegates’ kit
2. Acknowledgement of company support as a sponsor throughout the event
3. ¼ page add in the Book of Abstracts
10 thousand

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