13 March 2019 | News
Selected representatives of the Swiss and Indian healthcare sector will present their technologies
Indo-Swiss HealthTech Conclave 2019 on Digital Health being held on 8th April 2019 in Bengaluru, is a platform curated by swissnex India to showcase cutting-edge technologies and innovations in healthcare from Switzerland and India.
Selected representatives of the Swiss and Indian healthcare sector will present their technologies and their vision for enhancing the quality of patient-hospital interaction and healthcare delivery at the conclave. The rich pool of participants will have the unique opportunity to engage with their peers in intimate discussions that could pave the way for fruitful collaborations.
Swetha Suresh, the Head of Innovation Partnerships at swissnex India said, “The current ecosystem in India, especially in Bengaluru-Hyderabad region, provides an excellent opportunity to connect Swiss academia, looking for international partners, to co-develop tools for next generation digital health practitioners. There’s also potential for startup exchanges to take advantage of access to pharma in Switzerland and rich medical cases in India. The conclave will provide visibility to new innovations and present gap-opportunity analysis for collaboration.”
The conclave is predominantly an innovation showcase ending in a CxO chat discussing challenges and opportunities in this sector, and exclusive opportunities for B2B connect. It will host four promising startups from Switzerland - Digipharm, Clemidi, Mobile Health and Noul as well as two leading Swiss universities - Zurich University of Applied Sciences and University of Basel.
“With this Indo-Swiss Digital Health Conclave, we’re establishing a forum for exchange and inspiration on the latest trends, opportunities and challenges with regard to various aspects of digital health. Switzerland is known to be an innovation hub, particularly in medical technologies and pharmaceutical research, while India’s healthtech sector is changing rapidly, creating many opportunity for both countries to collaborate in education, research and innovation”, says Sebastien Hug, CEO of swissnex India and Consul General of Switzerland in India.
Talk-points that the conclave will feature include Blockchain, Value based healthcare, Intelligent Dx, Clinical trials, Patient-provider interaction, AI for Antimicrobial resistance detection, Global health, and Research collaboration.