Book your dates! Understand the Culturally embed Architectural Approach for dedicated Medical Value Tourism Centric Hospital | Nov 25, 2022

On the first day of the second edition of HPIE 2.0 will witness, VERTICA DVIVEDI, FOUNDER-WADE ASIA AND EDITOR-IN-CHIEF SURFACES REPORTER, sharing her insights at the MVT (Medical Value Travel) Vision for 2020-2030. 

Healthcare Planning and Infrastructure Expo 2022

The Healthcare Planning and Infrastructure Expo 2022 (HPIE 2.0) has taken a multi-disciplinary healthcare industry mission through its Let Us Build Back Better Healthcare and Holistic Vasudhaiv Kutambkkam Mission.

Based on the lines of Universal Healthcare (UHC), HPIE 2.0 is organizing a two-day conference on November 25 and 26, 2022 at Four Points by Sheraton, New Delhi Airport Highway, NH-8, Samalkha, New Delhi.

On the first day of its second edition, VERTICA DVIVEDI, FOUNDER-WADE ASIA AND EDITOR-IN-CHIEF SURFACES REPORTER, will be sharing her insights at the MVT (Medical Value Travel) Vision for 2020-2030.

Moderated by Dr Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO, Wadia Hospital Mumbai, the panel will also be graced by Dr Prof Rajesh Shah, Consultant Surgeon and Medicolegal Expert Prof Surgery and Medical Superintendent, Narendra Modi Medical College, Ahmedabad; Jagruti Bhatia, Partner, Aakra Consultants and Ex-Director and Senior Advisor Healthcare Consulting Practice, KPMG India; and Dr Prem Jagyasi, MD and CEO, Dr Prem and Associates.

The panel discussion will highlight MVT’s vision for 2020-2030 concerning culturally embed architectural approach for dedicated MVT hospitals, its feasibility along the Indian hilly areas and its medicolegal perspectives.

Furthermore, HPIE 2.0 will also host a few other power-packed sessions hon various aspects of Medical planning, designing and impact of varied govt schemes on the overall sector. The conference will be attended by India’s leading hospital architects, hospital CXOs, CFOs, financial, operational and procurement strategists and experts, and the healthcare community.

What: HPIE 2.0 (Let Us Build Back Better Healthcare)

When: November 25 and 26, 2022

Where: Four Points by Sheraton, New Delhi, Airport Highway, NH- 8, Samalkha, New Delhi

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