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With the covid-19 pandemic, the foundations of the most developed healthcare systems globally has been shaken and India is no exception. The healthcare industry, along with the central and state governments, undertook a robust response plan to tackle the pandemic by setting up of dedicated COVID-19 hospitals, isolation centres and tech-enabled mapping of resources. In order to effectively manage the outbreak, the Indian government also leveraged technology and developed various applications both at the central and state-levels.

On the surface, India has a fairly well-developed healthcare system however, the reality which we tend to forget is that these medical hubs are mainly concentrated in the big metropolitan cities. There is still a huge scope in smaller cities, towns and even the outskirts of the big cities that do not have access to the same kind of facilities that are available in the metros. The good news is that India’s healthcare industry has been growing. It has become one of the country’s largest sectors, and the growth is predicted to continue, with healthcare in India becoming a $ 372 billion industry by the year 2022.

India is leapfrogging the use of technology innovations such as mobile health devices, technology integration with healthcare data and telemedicine strategies which could reduce the burden from health system while still trying to boost healthier lives, reducing disabilities and increasing life expectancy. Join us at the Future Healthcare Business Conclave 2021, to understand how technology and infrastructure will play a pivotal role in providing low cost treatment, quality infrastructure and an opportunity to define India’s healthcare system to power growth and development.


The government has allowed 100 % FDI for all greenfield projects under the automatic route.
The Hospital Industry
The hospital industry is 80 % of the total healthcare market, growing at a CAGR of 16-17 per cent and is set to reach $132 Billion by 2023.
Health Expenditure
There is a 370 % increase in health expenditure from 2000 to 2014.
The diagnostics industry
The diagnostics industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.4 % and is set to reach $32 Billion by 2022.
The Healthcare Market
The healthcare market size is expected to reach $372 Billion by 2022.

Emerging Trends

Telemedicine, artificial intelligence, mobile and wearable devices, and robotic surgeries.​


CEOs, CIOs, CTOs & Other C level executives

Heads of large medical facilities and hospital across India

Government & Private Healthcare decision makers, Task force members

Heads of Supply Chain, Procurement, Purchasing, Administration & Infrastructure Facility

Technology & Innovation Leaders from major medical devices, software, analytics, & Automation companies


Gain knowledge and inspiration from renowned healthcare and innovation leaders

Listen from healthcare experts aboutthe emerging trends that is shaping the future of the sector

Identify how new age technology  is improving patient care through patient satisfaction, empowerment, engagement and experiences

Discover the latest technologies and equipment solutions from top vendors


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