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We are happy to inform you that The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India ASSOCHAM is organizing a summit on “Sustainable Solutions for Healthcare Sector through Public Private Partnership” on 25th September 2014 at Hotel Le Meridien, Bangalore.
 
You will be happy to know that Shri U. T. Khader, Hon’ble Minister of Public Health & Family Welfare, Government of Karnataka has kindly agreed to inaugurate the seminar as the Chief Guest. Shri N. Sivasailam, IAS Principal Secretary Health, Government of Karnataka has also kindly agreed to deliver the keynote address to enlighten the significance of public private partnership in healthcare sector.
 
The scope of PPP initiatives in India has spanned disease surveillance, purchase and distribution of drugs in bulk, contracting specialists for high risk pregnancies, national disease control programs, social marketing, adoption and management of primary health centers; collocation of private facilities (blood banks, pharmacy), subsidies and duty exemptions, joint ventures, contracting out medical education and training, engaging private sector consultants, pay clinics, discount vouchers, self- regulation, R&D investments, telemedicine, health cooperatives, and accreditation. While these have been spread out in time and space and occurred on an ad-hoc basis, the idea of PPP as a scalable and long term solution to Indian Healthcare brings up some key thrust areas along which private sector participation will have the maximum impact.
 
Key Objectives:
  • To study the concept and growth of Public Private Partnership.
  • To discuss the underlying issues in implementing and monitoring PPP projects
  • Analysis of various Public Private Partnership models as per industry requirements.
  • To study advantages and disadvantages of Public Private Partnership in developing economy like India.
  • Review Public Private Partnership model in healthcare industry in Bangalore, their concerns and challenges.
  • Selecting the right partner for the right business.
  • Development of new, innovative approaches to address various issues.
 
On behalf of ASSOCHAM, we take this opportunity to request you to kindly participate in the seminar. The seminar brochure along with the registration form is enclosed for your kind information.

 

Registration Fees: 

  • ASSOCHAM member: INR 2000  
  • Non-member: INR 2500  
  • Students: INR 1000