Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Telemedicine Society announces Telemedicon 2017

08/11/2017

PUNE: Telemedicine Society of India today announced the Telemedicon 2017 here in a press conference. The Telemedicon will be held from 9th-11th November 2017 at Sheraton Grand, Pune.

Dr. B.S. Ratta, Consultant Neonatal and Urosurgeon, Ruby Hall Clinic and President, TSI, Maharashtra Chapter and Organising Chairman of this conference, is aiming to introduce the concept of telemedicine to a larger audience while discussing the potential for and implications of telemedicine as an enabler for the transformation of health strategy in India, this symposium will go beyond the market hype to discuss the realities of the telehealth industry.

This year’s theme ‘Digital Health – Shaping the Future of Healthcare’ will bring together dynamic speakers to discuss new technology and opportunities within healthcare IT and telemedicine. 

Dr. B.S. Ratta, Consultant Neonatal and Urosurgeon, Ruby Hall Clinic and President, TSI, Maharashtra Chapter and Organising Chairman, said, “Over the years, TSI has brought key players across different disciplines together to discuss the future of telemedicine. The adoption of telemedicine has increased significantly in India and beyond within the past 12 months. The time for telemedicine is now.”

Dr. Sanjay Pathare, Medical Director, Ruby Hall Clinic adds, “Telemedicine is a complex and dynamic field with many opportunities for innovations that will extend and improve lives. Through increased access to medical care, patients are now able to receive treatment faster; resulting in decreased recovery times, increased patient satisfaction and outcomes, as well as a significant reduction in the amount of money and resources utilised to treat patients.”

Bomi Bhote, CEO, Ruby Hall Clinic comments, “The health care industry is at a pivotal moment in transforming care delivery to better serve patients and to drive smart innovation. Wherever an organisation is in its utilisation of telemedicine, we as health care leaders can – and should – learn from each other to propel the vision of a better system forward in a feasible, efficient and effective way.  The attendance and buzz we’re getting around the Telemedicon 2017 in Pune is testament to the ability of this event to continuously evolve and transform – in ‘lockstep’ with how the industry continues to transform.”

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