SILICON CITY TO HOST FIRST ‘ALL INDIA HEALTH EXPO’

Chairman of Karnataka Health Commission Dr Prabhudev launch websiteImage

The much awaited and expected three-day ‘All India Health Expo’, with a theme of ‘Reach 20-20, Universal Access to Health Care’,  will be held at the Palace Grounds here between May 3rd,4th & 5th,2013.

In order to educate people on ways to negotiate their health-life Manomya Media House’ is organizing the event. At least 200 renowned health care firms across the globe are participating in the three-day Expo. 

Chairman of Karnataka Health Commission Dr. Prabhudev inaugurated the official website www.allindiahealthexpo.com at a press conference held at the Press Club of Bangalore on March 16, 2013.

One of the few main aims of the Expo are to examine, discuss and recommend the broad strategies on achieving universal health coverage in the country, Mr. Prabhudev told press persons at the press conference.

A good number of doctors, experts in the medical field, people from different sectors and companies will participate in the Expo, Mr. Prabhudev said.

Globally acclaimed firms/agencies such as Indian Dental Association (IDA) Bangalore chapter , Private Hospitals and Nursing Homes Association (PHNA), Karnataka Udyog Mitra (KUM), Karnataka Health Commission (KHC), Nation-wide and Health Mind have joined their hand for the grand success of the Expo.

The Expo will provide a forum for discussion among doctors, public health experts, scientists, health administrators, solution providers and healthcare entrepreneurs on effective and appropriate strategies on universal coverage. At least 100 medicos from several reputed hospitals will also take part in the Expo.

Noted heart surgeon and director of Fortis Hospital Dr. Vivek Javali, Dr. Venkataramana from BGS Global Hospital, Chief Executive Officer of Nationwide Primary Health Care Services Dr. Shanthanu Chattopadhyaya, Wipro Technology’s global head Manimaran Rajakannu, CEO of i2i Shyam Banerjee and others will participate in the symposium.

The doctors and experts from various divisions of the healthcare sectors will share their experience and knowledge besides presenting the papers on several issues.

The Expo would provide a platform to the experts concerned to discuss about the research and development of the healthcare sector. Also, it will disseminate and share information about the investment in the sector.

While the exhibitors can launch their products, interested can utilize the video conferencing system during the three-day Expo.

It would comprise of over 200 stalls spread over an area of 1.6 lakh square meters during the Expo. A good number of local as well as international healthcare brands from various sections of the healthcare sector including pharmaceutical companies, medical devices companies, organizations in medical publishing, hospital management, telemedicine, healthcare IT and other related industries will display their products, solutions and capabilities.

The Expo will offer an opportunity to delegates to participate in events featuring eminent speakers in the healthcare domain. The Expo also aims to provide an opportunity to the attendants to engage with the experts to develop contacts and explore collaborations with them besides sharing experiences.

Free entry and check up

Entry is free for the public. Experts from the prestigious hospitals would examine the health conditions of the attendants during the Expo. People can use the Expo as a platform to discuss their health issues with the doctors and seek their suggestions.   Image

Definitely the ‘All India Health Expo-2013’ is a perfect place to bring all Healthcare Institutes, Professionals and representatives to interact under one roof.

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