About Event

Globally, the pandemic caused a near-collapse of the healthcare system – not only in developing countries but also in countries with more advanced healthcare infrastructure. As in the rest of the world, in India, the COVID-19 pandemic laid threadbare the shortcomings in our healthcare delivery systems. As hospitals struggled to cope with increasing numbers of patients and caregivers were critically short-staffed, it became clear that the entire system needed to be overhauled. Increasing hospital capacities is a long-term solution that entails acquiring real estate, investing high capex costs and building a skilled workforce. So, what can be done in a short span of time to meet a surge in patientcare demand? The answer lies in technology that will not only solve for the current crisis but will also define the future of healthcare. Think sensors and data; then think about connecting and analysing that data to enable healthcare professionals and caregivers to monitor patients remotely. This is going to be truly revolutionary.

In this first ever Virtual Conclave on The Future of Healthcare, powered by Honeywell, we will explore a range of opportunities and challenges in delivering precision care using technology. In this 2-hour conclave, speakers from leading healthcare industry practitioners will explore how to broaden and improve outcomes & manage costs through technology, data and innovation. They will share thought leadership on how health care can be improved to provide greater efficacy, access, and efficiency and enhance the health and well-being of all.

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Key Takeaways
  • Future of Healthcare ‘Digital transformation & innovation in healthcare’/ ‘Intelligent Healthcare’ / ‘Smart Healthcare’
  • Opportunities and Challenges of Healthcare Ecosystem
  • Unlocking Value Through Real time connected Healthcare
  • Challenges to technology integration in India’s healthcare ecosystem
  • Role of technology in enabling quality care delivery in India
  • Why Digital transformation in healthcare is key to shift to a patient focused mindset
  • How emerging technologies are driving the next era of healthcare solutions
  • Opening new doors / avenues in healthcare systems through innovation
Who Should Attend
  • Industry Practitioners – Doctors and Nurses, Hospitals Heads/CEOs, Hospital administrative team – IT, operations, finance etc.
  • Investor + VC/PE/Angel Investors in Healthcare,
  • Policy Makers
  • Healthcare / pharma companies
  • Health tech providers / start-ups
Agenda
10:00 AM – 10:05 AM

Log-in and Technical Checks

10:06 AM – 10:11 AM

Welcome Note and Context Setting
– Ajeya Motaganahalli, CTO – Honeywell SPS India, Honeywell

10:12 AM – 10:27 AM

Keynote Talk: ‘Digital Disruption in Healthcare’
– Dr. Devi Shetty, Chairman & Executive Director, Narayana Health

As hospitals struggled to cope with increasing numbers of patients and caregivers were critically short-staffed, it became clear that the entire system needed to be overhauled. So, what can be done in a short span of time to meet a surge in patientcare demand? The answer lies in technology that will not only solve for the current crisis but will also define the future of healthcare.
10:28 AM – 10:43 AM

Keynote Talk: Charting the Future of Healthcare – for the world, from India
– T. V. Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Aarin Capital Partners

India has taken a unique approach of building digital public infrastructure, like India Stack for financial services, to leverage technology for the societal goods. A model unlike any other, in West or East, pioneered in India is today driving unprecedented positive change in all aspects of the society. Can we do this in healthcare? Can we once again take an alternate point-of-view which not only delivers grassroot impact but also encourages economic freedom for all stakeholders? What will be the future of healthcare in India? How can this reshape the world as we know it?
10:44 AM – 10:59 AM

Keynote Talk: Future is Here – Leveraging Technology Effectively in Healthcare Ecosystem
– Gautam Khanna, Chief Executive Officer, P D Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre

Adopting technology, while a no brainer, is easier said than done. It requires institutions and individuals to re-think their age-old workflows to effectively adopt technology and enable it to truly deliver outcomes. It is hard, but it is worth the effort. It starts with acknowledging the power of technology and then securing early wins to build confidence. How should then one think about technology? Are the benefits of real-time connected healthcare worth the effort? How are early adopters of technology securing wins? How are they rethinking their own operations to deliver precision care to their patients?
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Unveiling ‘Real-Time Connected Healthcare solutions’ from Honeywell
– Ajeya Motaganahalli, CTO – Honeywell SPS India, Honeywell

11:16 AM – 11:55 AM

Panel Discussion: Revolutionizing Healthcare for Superior Patient Care
– Dr. Dhruv Joshi, Co-Founder, Cloudphysician Healthcare Pvt Ltd
– K Nandakumar, General Manager – Safety & Productivity Solutions, India, Honeywell International India

Globally, the pandemic caused a near-collapse of the healthcare system – not only in developing countries but also in countries with more advanced healthcare infrastructure. As in the rest of the world, in India, the COVID-19 pandemic laid threadbare the shortcomings in our healthcare delivery systems. As hospitals struggled to cope with increasing numbers of patients and caregivers were critically short-staffed, it became clear that the entire system needed to be overhauled. Increasing hospital capacities is a long-term solution that entails acquiring real estate, investing high capex costs and building a skilled workforce. So, what can be done in a short span of time to meet a surge in patientcare demand? The answer lies in technology that will not only solve for the current crisis but will also define the future of healthcare. Think sensors and data; then think about connecting and analysing that data to enable healthcare professionals and caregivers to monitor patients remotely. This is going to be truly revolutionary.

The key categories of applications involve diagnosis, personalized medical treatments, patient engagement and treatment adherence. Although there are many instances in which technology can perform healthcare tasks as well as or better than humans, implementation factors prevent large-scale adoption for a considerable period. A healthcare system that is not siloed, that has all the necessary interoperability challenges addressed, and leverages technology to provide predictive diagnosis and treatment – this isn’t a utopian dream. However, to make it happen, we need collective will and effort.

Initial Questions:

  • How can healthcare outcomes be optimized by leveraging technology?
  • How can healthcare organizations harness the full potential of emerging technology to enhance patient care and healthcare provider experience?
  • What are the key considerations for healthcare practitioners while adopting emerging technologies in patient care?
  • How can healthcare organizations and medical device companies work together to accelerate smart healthcare?
  • What are some of the inherent challenges that technology service providers can solve across the healthcare value chain?
11:56 AM – 12:00 PM

Closing Note
– Pratap Samuel, President – Honeywell Technology Solutions

12:00 PM

Closure

Our Speakers

DrDeviShetty

Dr. Devi Shetty

Chairman & Executive Director

Narayana Health

TVMohandasPai

T. V. Mohandas Pai

Chairman

Aarin Capital Partners

GautamKhanna

Gautam Khanna

Chief Executive Officer

P D Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre

DhruvJoshi

Dr.Dhruv Joshi

Co-founder and CEO

Cloudphysician Healthcare Pvt Ltd

DeepakVenugopalan

Deepak Venugopalan

Regional Chief Operating Officer

Manipal Health Enterprises Private Limited

KattayilRajinishMenon

Kattayil Rajinish Menon

CEO

Sukino Healthcare Solutions P Ltd

AjeyaMotaganahalli

Ajeya Motaganahalli

CTO – Honeywell SPS India

Honeywell Technology Solutions Limited

Pratap Samuel

Pratap Samuel

President

Honeywell Technology Solutions

KNandakumar

K Nandakumar

General Manager – Safety & Productivity Solutions, India

Honeywell International India (P). Ltd.,

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About Us

Honeywell and Healthcare:

Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 technology company that delivers industry specific solutions that include aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help everything from aircraft, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable. In the healthcare space, Honeywell has technologies that enables high-quality patient care with a range of embedded products, such as sensors, switches, scan engines and barcode software, as well as workflow-optimizing solutions for the hospital environment, that enhance patient safety and healthcare worker performance.

Zinnov:

Founded in 2002, Zinnov is a leading global management and strategy consulting firm, with a presence in 6 global offices across 3 continents. Zinnov has successfully consulted with over 250+ Fortune 500 customers to develop actionable insights that help them create value – across dimensions of both revenue and optimization. With core expertise in Globalization, Digital Engineering, Digital Transformation, Innovation, and Outsourcing Advisory, Zinnov is committed to empowering leading technology companies drive meaningful business outcomes, leveraging a combination of consulting and platforms to deliver value.

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