Today’s quickly changing human services condition requests each person and association – whether a supplier, backup plans, provider or promotion bunch – have an effect. HOME HEALTH CARE SUMMIT takes pride in recognizing and respecting praiseworthy endeavors by people and associations through its honors and acknowledgment programs
Biotrains has initiated the Home Healthcare Awards 2018 The aim is to recognise and reward professionals & organizations for their contribution to Home healthcare Industry in India and who make real difference to patient’s life at the comfort of their home. The awards are open to home healthcare agencies, hospitals, Medical technology, Medical devices, Digital technology, Diagnostic Laboratories, Geriatric care, allied health professionals and those who work alongside them in support roles for Home Healthcare In India. The awards are unique as they are India-wide and cover all those Organisations/professionals whose achievements so often go unnoticed. The aim of the Awards Ceremony is to recognise and reward individuals & Organizations for their contribution and achievement for the betterment of patients at the comfort of their home. To know more about the events and Category of Awards\
Home Healthcare Summit
INDIA’S FIRST & ONLY HOME HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY GATHERING
The home healthcare in India is going through transformation and catching attention of entrepreneurs and investors. The industry is becoming an organized, technology-led with standards and protocols. The current home healthcare market in India is US $3.2 Million and this is expected to grow are CAGR of 18% to reach US$6.2 Billion by 2020. The industry is driven by an aging population, the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and the need for better quality post-operative and primary care. India has the second largest geriatric population in the world. According to a United Nations Population Fund report, the number of people age 60 and over in India will increase from 100 million in 2011 to 300 million by 2050; this means one in five Indians will be above the age of 60. Of the 300 million over-60s, 200 million are likely to be suffering from chronic ailments.
With life expectancy increasing significantly in India, “home health care is becoming mandatory. Patients who are suffering from chronic illness like heart failure, respiratory failure and Alzheimer’s do not really need hospitalization. With advanced medical gadgets, most of the patient monitoring, which [was earlier] possible only in hospitals, can now be offered with remarkable ease at home
Despite of having high growth potential, India home healthcare industry is challenged with many hurdles. These limiting factors need to be tackled to run a successful Home healthcare in India. The HOME HEALTH Summit will bring together thought leaders and experts from India and abroad to discuss, mind share the current scenario of Indian home healthcare industry and explore the way forward to meet the needs of patients and discover the opportunities in the sector. The conference will unveil the Products & Services in the market, latest developments and technology advancement in home healthcare industry.