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A Focus on Digital Health at the 5th Edition of the International Conference InnoHEALTH 2022 organized by IIIT Delhi and InnovatioCuris

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New Delhi : Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi co-organized and hosted the InnoHEALTH 2022 on 9th and 10th of December, 2022. InnoHEALTH is an annual event of InnovatioCuris (IC), a unique organization, which brings deep healthcare expertise, a scientific rigour on applying global innovation models & management processes by leveraging IT to deliver healthcare at an optimum cost.

The theme for this year’s event was Digital Health, walking in the path of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission. Policymakers, healthcare thought leaders, providers, academicians and scientists, and innovators were invited to deliberate on Healthcare Delivery, Health Research & Development, Affordable Treatment, and Digital Health Infrastructure in the country.

The event hosted discussions on diverse areas of digital health, including universal health coverage, artificial intelligence, healthcare data, ethics, and inclusion and digital skilling of the healthcare workforce. It aligns with the goals and objectives of the National Health Policy (NHP) 2017, National Education Policy 2020, and the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission to create a digital infrastructure for providing healthcare services across the country.

Speaking on the occasion Prof. Ranjan Bose, Director IIIT-Delhi said “By pursuing a cohesive, sustainable approach with the help of new-gen technologies, healthcare delivery is witnessing rapid innovation and improved outcomes. Embracing such innovative technologies, the digital-first approach can enhance patient-centricity and is the need of the hour”. He also added that “IIIT-Delhi started the Centre of Excellence on Healthcare two years back. Since then, the centre has been making tremendous progress in this space. The centre also designed WashKaro app which was very useful during the Covid times. Two faculty members from the Institute were also on the team to develop the Delhi Governments’ official Delhi Corona App.”

IIIT-Delhi and ScanBalt also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with during InnoHEALTH 2022 conference. This partnership aims to develop cooperation in the digital health field jointly. Supporting each other in the outreach on relevant Digital Health activities and events. The collaboration will also help in exchanging best practices through one–to–one meetings and public webinars/seminars between EU and India.

During the Inaugural session Dr. Jaanus Pikani, Chairman, ScanBalt & Tartu Biotechnology Park said “The acceptance of digital health applications, including teleconsultations, is at much higher levels post covid 19. I think that a lot of governments, policymakers and healthcare providers  have now realised that they need to accelerate the use of these digital services for end to end delivery of healthcare facilities”

The campus saw an impressive line of panels and speakers during the course of two days.

Day 1:

Pre Conference Workshop: Dealing with Healthcare Data for Clinicians

Dr. Tavpritesh Sethi, Head of the Centre of Excellence on Healthcare at IIIT-Delhi

Dr. Gitanjali Yadav, NIPGR, IISER Bhopal

Session 1: Inaugural

Prof. Ranjan Bose, Director, IIIT-Delhi

Dr. V K Singh, MD, InnovatioCuris

Mr. Margus Solnson, Deputy Head of Mission Estonian Embassy in India

Dr. R K Srivastava, Senior Advisor for innovation and public health

Dr. M. Vishnu Vardhana Rao, Scientist G and Director ICMR-National Institute of Medical Statistics

Tavpritesh Sethi, Associate Professor (CB), IIIT-Delhi

Dr. Jaanus Pikani, Chairman, ScanBalt & Tartu Biotechnology Park

Ms. Shipra Mishra, CEO & MD, Delhi Research Implementation and Innovation

Mr. Utkarsh Uppal, Deep Learning Solutions Architect, NVIDIA

Session 2: Invited Talk on Digital Health Implementation / Case Studies

Dr. Vijay Agarwal, President, CAHO

Dr. Sujay Kar, Chief Medical Information Officer & Vice President Apollo Hospitals

Dr. Jaanus Pikani, Chairman, ScanBalt & Tartu Biotechnology Park

Dr. K Madan Gopal, Senior Consultant (health), NITI Aayog

  1. Session 3: AI / SaMD implementation challenges and opportunities

Dr. Harsh Mahajan, Founder & Chief Radiologist, Mahajan Imaging

Mr. Sachin Gaur, Director Operations, InnovatioCuris

Dr. Tavpritesh Sethi, Associate Professor (CB), IIIT-Delhi

Dr. Rakesh Lodha, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences

Dr. Vibha Jain, Principal Consultant, Synergy Digitals

Dr. Sujay Kar, Chief Medical Information Officer & Vice President Apollo Hospitals

Dr. AI, Natural Language Processor, Large Language Model (Internet)

Day 2

 

Session 4: InnovateHER: Inspiring Women Leaders in Digital Health

Dr. Sunita Chauhan, Director, Robotics & Mechatronics Engineering and Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Monash University             Australia

Ms. Upasana Arora, Director, Yashoda Super Speciality Hospitals

Dr. Kamini Khillan, Senior Consultant, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Dr. Debleena Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor, Marwadi University

Dr. Gitanjali Yadav, Scientist, NIPGR New Delhi, Adjunct Professor of Data Science, IISER Bhopal

Session 5: Digital Health Services for Non Communicable Diseases / Preventive Health Care

Dr. Ravi Gaur, Founder & Director Unipath DRG Specialty Laboratories Chairman Medical Advisory Committee Unipath Specialty Laboratories Ltd

Dr. Sanjay Sharma, Co – Founder, FootSecure, Yostra Labs

Ms. Khushboo Agarwal, Founder, Zyla Health

Mr. Bhuvan Srinivasan, Chief Business Officer, Ultrahuman

Dr. Amit Raj, Managing Director, Plexus Cardiac Care

Session 6: Getting Healthcare Data Right

Ms. Brahmajyot Dhillon, Healthcare Analytics Solutions and Delivery Leader Marsh McLennan

Mr. Partha Dey, Founder & CEO, U4RAD

Dr. Hemant Kumar, Visiting faculty, FMS, University of Delhi

Dr. Vibha Jain, Principal Consultant, Synergy Digitals

Dr. AI, Natural Language Processor, Large Language Model (Internet)

Fireside Chat: Counselling by effective communication in wellness

Ms. Poonam Bhargava, Director, VNAND – The Learning Academy

Dr. Ravi Gaur, Founder & Director Unipath DRG Specialty Laboratories, Chairman Medical Advisory Committee Unipath Specialty Laboratories Ltd

Session 7: Preparing Indian Healthcare workers for Digital Services

Dr. Gopichandran Lakshmanan, Associate Professor, College of Nursing, AIIMS

Mr. Devdatta Puntambekar, Founder & CEO, Sattvarise Technologies

Dr. (Prof) Raminder Kalra, Principal, Holy Family College of Nursing

Ms. Achala, Assistant Director, Directorate General of Health Services, Government of India

Dr. Lekha Vishwanath, Principal, Nursing College & Deputy Director, Nursing Service at Amrita Hospital, Faridabad

Session 8: Code of Medical Ethics

Dr. Hara Prasad Mishra, Physician, University of Delhi

To celebrate and encourage innovation, particularly in the healthcare sector, InnovatioCuris Foundation of Healthcare and Excellence and Arvind Lal Vandana Lal (ALVL) Foundation jointly organised “Young Innovator Award” the session was judged by :

  1. Prof. S. Venkataramanaiah, Professor of Operations Management, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
  2. Prof. Saurabh Gupta, Assistant Professor, NIT Raipur
  3. Dr. Mohit Gambhir, Innovation Director, MHRD Innovation Cell, Government of India
  4. Mr. Saurabh Kumar Chaubey, CEO, iHub Anubhuti-IIITD Foundation

This year’s Young Innovator’s Award received a total of 102 nominations from various parts of India. The innovations included, innovation like Clip-on light tracker (MyLyt) for estimating light exposure in real time, Embedded device to detect harmful gases and dangerous situations in coal mines, Micro ECG – A compact and portable ECG machine, Prescribe diets for reducing the glycemic index and detect diabetic complication issues using machine learning and neural networks, Reduce fluorine levels in the drinking water through natural fluorine filter (water pot) and natural materials, IoT based device to Track leg motion activity of normal and orthotic person and suggest an exercise based on their Gait analysis.

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