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HEALTHCARE SECTOR

The Indian healthcare sector is expected to reach Rs 19,56,920 crore by 2020.

JOBS IN INDIA

The sector is expected to generate 40 million jobs in India by 2030. 100,000 jobs are expected to be created from Ayushman Bharat, the National Health Protection Scheme.

PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES

As of June 12, 2019, number of sub centres reached 168,418 and number of Primary Health Centres (PHCs) increased to 33,476.

The Economic Times Healthcare Business Summit

Engineering The Flow of Healthcare

The Times Group, through its various publications and media vehicles has closely tracked and been involved in amplifying the growth of the Healthcare sector in India over the decades. The launch edition of the summit will bring together the stakeholders, decision makers, influencers and advocates of the healthcare industry in India who are together, gearing up to make the industry the largest revenue generator and employer in a rapidly growing economy.

Are you aligned with the interests of your government?

With various new initiatives and reforms from the current Government, under the leadership of Mr Narendra Modi is providing a new world of hope to all the people in the country for a better tomorrow. India has taken a multi-sectorial approach towards the health sector and are focusing on the Governments’ four main pillars – PREVENTIVE HEALTHCARE, AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE, MISSION MODE INTERVENTIONS and SUPPLY SIDE INTERVENTIONS

PREVENTIVE HEALTHCARE


Fit India Movement, Clean India Campaign and setting up of more than 125,000 wellness centres and immunization programmes reaching out to the corners of the country.

AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE


This includes the facility of free treatment for the poor, public medical centres offering medicines at affordable prices, slashing the costs of treatments/ implants & stents etc

MISSION MODE INTERVENTIONS


Nutrition campaign, Mother & Child welfare awareness programmes and other new programmes have been launched in mission mode.

SUPPLY SIDE INTERVENTIONS


This includes the measures taken to improve healthcare infrastructure to cut costs and increase efficiency and to overcome geographical barriers and give access to health services for all in par with demand.

IN FOCUS

The ET Healthcare Business Meetings

The Summit will also host a select group of major buyers from the Healthcare industry in India both from upcoming and established Healthcare providers who are looking to procure world class solutions for their projects. Spread over two days, the pre-qualified one on one business meetings is designed to make the buyers and solution providers interact in a very exclusive environment to discuss the areas of synergy between them.