Bengaluru: India has come a long way with key indicators like Infant Mortality Rate, Maternal Mortality Rate and life expectancy showing marked improvement from the past decade. The country is now globally being recognized as a leading destination for tertiary and quaternary care services.
There is also significant expenditure and investment from the government and foreign players respectively for advanced diagnostic facilities that cater to large numbers of global medical travellers. All these factors indicate that the future for the medical industry in India is promising.
Now, the need of the hour is to sustain the momentum, particularly in the tier 2 and tier 3 cities in India. As a matter of fact, healthcare today has become one of India’s largest revenue and employment generation sectors due to the pressing need to bridge the disparity between rural and urban medical services.
In order to facilitate the much needed growth and infrastructure development, IDE Consulting Services, a global real estate solutions company, will host the 5th Edition Healthscape Summit India from November 30 – December 1, 2017.
The 5th Edition Healthscape Summit India will facilitate Face-to-Face meetings, strategically modeled networking activities and information exchange amongst the most elite assemblage of Hospital Owners, Healthcare Architects, Design Consultants, industry experts and service providers. These elements make it the most sought-after business summit by the healthcare fraternity in India.
Ganesh Babu, Director of IDE said “The Healthscape Summit India in 2016 brought together 116 buying delegates and 46 supplier companies. In all, more than 900 face-to-face meetings were scheduled. It gives us great pleasure to announce that through our unique format, companies such as Evolve Architects and Holy Cross Hospitals were able to close deals with several suppliers they met at the event.”
Every single buyer and supplier attending the Healthscape Summit is pre-qualified to ensure that the meetings are productive. Buyers are qualified based on their upcoming or on-going projects are suppliers are qualified based on their ability and track record of catering to the Indian healthcare market.
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