The 3rd Edition of Advantage Healthcare India 2017, an International Summit on Medical Value Travel, is being jointly organized by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India, Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry FICCI and Services Export promotion Council SEPC from Oct. 12 14, 2017 at Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre, Bengaluru India, with the aim of Promoting Services Exports from India. The event is being supported by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Ministry of AYUSH, Ministry of External Affairs, Engineering Export Promotion Council EEPC, Pharmexcil and National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers NABH.
The main features of the Advantage Healthcare India 2017: Promoting Services Exports from India are as follows:
- Exhibition to showcase strengths of Indian Medical Sector including Hospitals, Nursing homes and Medical Devices sector.
- Medical Value Travel Awards
- RBSM and B-2-B Meetings for tie-ups with hospitals and healthcare centers.
- Conference on Medical Value Travel
- Regulators meet will be organised during the event in which the Ministers from the 10 important countries will be invited for G2G interaction.
- Meditech & Wellness Pavilion to showcase the strength of Indian Medical devices sector and AYUSH & Wellness sector.
- Dedicated Start Up Pavilion topromote start-ups in healthcare sector
- Hospital Visits to provide utmost exposure of the Indian hospital infrastructure and processes adopted, technology used, etc. On the last day of the event, a visit of foreign delegates to leading hospitals in and around Bengaluru will be organized.
During Advantage Healthcare India 2017 event, a Reverse Buyer Seller Meet will be organized, where we are inviting more than 700 delegates from 70 countries of Africa, Middle East, CIS, Asia including SAARC and other emerging markets including USA and UK. The delegation from each country will consist of two CEOs of top private / government hospitals, Presidents of medical associations, Government officials from Ministry of Health, Medical Insurance company officials, medical travel facilitators and medical trade journalists. The idea is to develop strategic partnership in the medical and holistic healthcare sector between India and the focus countries and also to promote quality healthcare services exports from India available at reasonable prices across the range of medical streams.