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BMJ regularly hosts roundtables that bring together international experts to outline, discuss and direct the conversation toward overcoming common clinical challenges.
In August 2022, in New Delhi we delivered a specialist roundtable that included senior leaders to explore “how can disruptive innovation of secondary and tertiary care in India drive better patient experiences.” The participants were primarily from the government, private sector, hospital and professional associations and key representative bodies, attended
Roundtable kindly supported by Pristyn Health for educational purposes
How can disruptive innovation of secondary and tertiary care in India drive better patient experience?
Senior leaders from government, private sector, hospital and professional associations and key representatives were brought together as a roundtable to explore this topic.
“How can disruptive innovation of secondary and tertiary care in India drive better patient experience?”
Dr Indu Bhushan, Ex CEO Ayushman Bharat (Co-Chair) summarises what has been achieved in the health sector over the past 25 years.
Part 2 Dr Indu Bhushan speaks about their vision and what they need to do to achieve these goals.
Dr Ashley McKimm, Editor-in-Chief, BMJ Innovations (Co-Chair) summarises the key discussion of the roundtable; what the challenges are and what the practical steps that stakeholders need to take.
“We need to better utilise existing resources, particularly beds and facilities that are currently empty.”
Dr Ashley McKimm, Editor-in-Chief, BMJ Innovations (Co-Chair)
Dr Shubnum Singh: Culture of innovations in India, explains that it is essential to have disruptive innovation.
She argues that it will be a huge step forward if they start addressing continuous care for patients against urgent issues.
Dr K Madan Gopal, Senior Advisor, Health, Niti Aayog, New Delhi, discusses the role of the private sector in improving healthcare in India during the next 10 years.
Here, he explains how healthcare in India is evolving and how having sustainable healthcare for patients is not a distant reality.
Dr Atul Mohan Kochhar, Chief Executive Officer of the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH), talks about how there might be local challenges to acceptability and adaptability.
“While we have the Centre of Excellence and Pan India, we need to raise the level of quality at the grass root levels and go back to the basics.”
Dr Atul Mohan Kochhar, Chief Executive Officer, NABH
Dr Mahesh C Mishra, Ex-Director, All India Institute Of Medical Science and Ex-AIIMS, HOD, General Surgery, Laparoscopic surgeon, Sitaram Bhartia, New Delhi, gives his vision for improving the accessibility of secondary and tertiary care.
He discusses how to make healthcare more affordable and accessible for all people.
Dr. Giridhar Gyani, Director General, Association of Healthcare Providers (India) touches upon accessibility and how it is a serious problem.
He also mentions training specialist doctors for rural areas, outlining enablers and challenges from a healthcare providers’ perspective.