Overview

Overview

ISB Healthcare 4.0 focuses on the health system design that can create opportunities and newer ways of delivering care in the future. Several emerging trends and their early applications are shaping the development of models that prioritises innovative approaches in healthcare delivery, placing health outcomes at the forefront. This effort seeks to redefine the landscape of healthcare delivery.

The second edition of ISB Healthcare 4.0—the healthcare conference organised by the Indian School of Business’s Max Institute of Healthcare Management (ISB MIHM)— is set to bring together multiple stakeholders of the healthcare ecosystem, including ISB alumni, industry leaders, academia, corporate professionals, policymakers to discuss trends and early use cases for the healthcare of the future on February 9, 2024 at Hyderabad campus of ISB.

Ideas and early use cases being discussed at ISB Healthcare 4.0:

  • Health financing as a lever to drive better health outcomes,   
  • Industry shifts needed to boost investments in healthcare,
  • Shift of health risks to the provider–managed care,
  • Collaborative care – decentralised care, and
  • Redefinition of primary care

Sessions

Panel-1: Health financing as a lever to drive better health outcomes

India is currently undergoing an epidemiological transition, shifting from acute and communicable diseases to non-communicable and chronic conditions. This transition highlights the need for a new value-based approach to health financing and delivery. Achieving equitable access to quality healthcare for all citizens poses a challenge, particularly considering the relatively low healthcare spending in countries like India. In 2022, the total average out of pocket and public expenditure as a percentage of GDP among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries was 9.2%, contrasting with India's lower figure of 3%. Notably, around 48% of the health expenditure in India is out of pocket. To complement government efforts and reduce out-of-pocket expenditure, there is an imperative to evolve supply-led initiatives, such as health insurance, focusing on better coverage and effectiveness of these schemes. A panel of experts, including policymakers, insurance regulators, providers, and global health experts, will collaborate to ideate how changes to financing can drive improved health outcomes in India.

Speakers


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Aparna Sathianathan

Product lead, 10BEDICU Project,
eGovernments Foundation

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Dr Nachiket Mor

Visiting Faculty, Indian School of Business
Visiting Scientist, Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health

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Dr Rana Mehta

Partner & Leader Healthcare
PricewaterhouseCoopers Services LLP
 

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Krisha Mathur

Director, ACT Grants
ISB PGP Class of 2014

 

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Sandhya Venkateswaran

Senior Fellow
Centre for Social and Economic Progress

 

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Professor Sarang Deo

Professor, Operations Management; Deputy Dean, Faculty & Research, ISB; Executive Director, ISB Max Institute of Healthcare Management

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Viren Shetty

Executive Vice Chair
Narayana Health.

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Professor Vishal Karungulam

Clinical Assistant Professor (Teaching), Information Systems, ISB

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Professor Prothit Sen

Assistant Professor, Strategy, ISB
 

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Visalakshi Chandramouli

Managing Partner
Tata Capital Healthcare Fund

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Dr Krishna Reddy

CEO, Access Health International  
 

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Anish Bafna

CEO & MD
Healthium Medtech Limited

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Vishal Bali

Executive Chairman
Asia Healthcare Holdings

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Himanshu Nema

Managing Director
Warburg Pincus

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Vaibhav Tewari

Co-Founder and CEO
Portea Medical 

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Sameer Sawarkar

Co-Founder & CEO
Neurosynaptic Communications

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Dr Soujanya Kunapareddy

CEO, ReLiv Healthy India
ISB AMPH Founding Class

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Dr Amit Malik

Founder & CEO
Amaha Health

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Dr Sujana Priya .V

Radiation Oncologist
AIG Hospitals

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Dr A V Gurava Reddy

Managing Director
KIMS-Sunshine Hospitals

Agenda

Time

Agenda

Speakers

09:00 am to 09:45 am 

Registration

 

09:45 am to 10:00 am 

Inaugural
Session

Professor Madan Pillutla (ISB Perspective)
Dean and Professor, Organisational Behaviour

Professor Sarang Deo (Context Setting)
Professor, Operations Management; Deputy Dean, Faculty & Research, ISB; Executive Director, ISB Max Institute of Healthcare Management
 

10:00 am to 11:15 am 

Panel 1: The Three Big Ideas Defining Future of Healthcare

Moderated by Dr Nachiket Mor
Visiting faculty, Indian School of Business 
Visiting Scientist, Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health

Aparna Sathianathan
Product Lead, 10BEDICU Project, eGovernments Foundation

Krisha Mathur
 
Director, ACT Grants and ISB PGP Co 2014

Viren Shetty 
Executive Vice Chair, Narayana Health

11:15 am to 11:45 am 

Tea Break and Networking

11:45 am to 01:00 pm 

Panel 2: Catalysing the Next Wave of Growth in Indian Healthcare: Attracting the Next $10 Billion Investment 

Moderated by Dr Rana Mehta
Partner & Leader (Healthcare), PwC India

Anish Bafna
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Healthium Medtech Limited

Himanshu Nema
Managing Director, Warburg Pincus

Professor Prothit Sen

Assistant Professor, Strategy, Indian School of Business 

Visalakshi Chandramouli
Managing Partner, Tata Capital Healthcare Fund

Vishal Bali
Executive Chairman, Asia Healthcare Holdings

01:00 pm to 02:30 pm 

Startup showcase and Lunch at Atrium

02:30 pm to 03:45 pm 

Panel 3: Health Financing as a Lever to Drive Better Health Outcomes

Moderated by Professor Sarang Deo
Professor, Operations Management; Deputy Dean, Faculty & Research, ISB; Executive Director, ISB Max Institute of Healthcare Management

Dr A V Gurava Reddy
Managing Director, KIMS - Sunshine Hospitals

B C Patnaik (Invited)
Member (Life), Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India

Dr Krishna Reddy
CEO, Access Health International

Sandhya Venkateswaran,
Senior Fellow, Centre for Social and Economic Progress

03:45 pm to 04:15 pm

Tea Break and Networking 

04:15 pm to 05:30 pm 

Panel 4: Unlocking the potential of tech-led decentralised care model

Moderated by Professor Vishal Karungulam 
Clinical Assistant Professor (Teaching), Information Systems, ISB 

Dr Amit Malik
Founder & CEO, Amaha Health

Sameer Sawarkar
Co-Founder & CEO, Neurosynaptic Communications

Dr Soujanya Kunapareddy
CEO, ReLiv Healthy India Pvt Ltd, ISB AMPH Founding Class

Dr Sujana Priya .V
Radiation Oncologist, AIG Hospitals

Vaibhav Tewari
Co- Founder and CEO, Portea Medical

05:30 pm to 05:40 pm 

Vote of Thanks 


Registration Closed

Thank you for your interest in ISB Healthcare 4.0.

The registration to the conference is closed. If you are still interested in joining the conference, we would encourage you to join us virtually.

Register for Virtual link - https://forms.gle/VTq7XvXJCogTojsN7

Thank you for your interest.
Team ISB MIHM