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Past Events

IIC and E-Cell orientation program

The IIC and E-Cell orientation program for the newly admitted Post Graduate students of 1st and 2nd Year was organised on 31st August 2021 from 05.30 PM-06.30 PM. Students were introduced to the CIIE and the E-Cell of IIHMR with an agenda to create and support an innovative ecosystem in the IIHMR Campus. The Guest Faculty was Dr.Sheenu Jain who motivated the students to be a part of E-Cell to cultivate purpose-driven innovators and entrepreneurs that have mindset and ability to bring disruptive change in India.
The objectives of CIIE were explained to everyone with a motive to teach entrepreneurial skills to the people and development of thought processes linked with societal benefits. The students were being introduced with the roles and responsibilities of an E-Leader and an E-Member and also mentioned the various activities and events that have been conducted by CIIE so far in 2020-2021 such as IIHMR Emergency Startup Incubation Bootcamp,HealthNext 2021:A Global Health and Innovation Conference.The future plans and benefits were also being explained to the students to make them understand their contribution in building and supporting a culture of Enterprise in Health Management Space.

IIHMRU in collaboration with Indian Observer Post launches

IIHMRU in collaboration with Indian Observer Post launches Unique and the very first initiative in India and Germany to support startups inviting Indian and German startups to pitch before the Jury.
Under Indo-German Startup Review Program 2021, the objective was to review the startups to determine their scalability and sustainability (financial as well as operational),to determine top 3 startups, connect the Top-3 startups with relevant industry organizations, government departments and business organizations. This program acted as a pilot program to understand and develop the further scalability model for such inter-country startup review programs. For the same, a round table conference was also planned to chart out the further course of action after this review program.

How to become a 21st Century Health Startup

The pandemic has burdened the whole healthcare ecosystem, which has pushed us to build and develop innovative solutions to overcome this crisis. The webinar addressed the most pressing problems in the healthcare domain during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The key areas of discussion in the webinar included the advantage of being a health start-up, validating the business without building the product, funding opportunities for start-ups, to understand health-tech start-ups in India in the broad categories of pharmacy, home healthcare, diagnostics, biotech, and the real red flags to keep in mind is. With a lack of infrastructure, uneven doctor-patient ratio, increasing demand for healthcare services, the talk also focused on rethinking how healthcare start-ups across the globe function. The start-ups in the healthcare domain are reimagining solutions offered by them. Technology innovation with advanced data analytics capabilities is a critical enabler in this healthcare domain as we build consistent and reliable solutions at scale.

The Future of Healthcare: The Role Digital Health Will Play In The Post Pandemic Healthcare Landscape

According to IBEF - The Indian healthcare sector has adopted digital transformation to improve quality and accessibility. The digital healthcare market in India stood at US$ 116.61 billion in 2018 and is expected to increase at a CAGR of 27.41% to US$ 485.43 billion by 2024.
Increasing importance of digital health and technologies has fuelled capital investments. The speaker shared how Medix has changed the initial diagnosis in 20% of the cases and improved treatment in 43% of the cases; by doing so, Medix provide its customers with a fast track solution to the right diagnosis and optimised treatment. Expenditure on Health as percentage of GDP will eventually reach global average up to 15%.
While there have been articles about the future of healthcare for the past few years,the COVID-19 pandemic caused healthcare organizations to rapidly adjust to clinical resources and financial challenges.