We are delighted to announce that Third Annual India Digital Health Innovation Workshop will be held on January 6 and 7 in Bengaluru. This invitation-only event, is co-hosted by St. John’s Research Institute, the India Digital Health Network at the Lakshmi Mittal South Asia Institute at Harvard, Social Alpha’s Community Science Alliance and Dell Technologies.
Dr. Ajay Nair (Swasth Alliance)
Objective: Describe the implementation of Ministry of Health’ and Family Welfare’s NCD screening and management program, in the state of Karnataka, with the goal of understanding current design and development practices, advantages of Sandboxing and rapid iteration, and examining the outcomes from the first generation of digital health innovation labs in India.
Objective: Describe current limitations in needs finding and digital health design and implementation via recent use-cases. Compare against successful interventions such as Noora Health and Armman which are deeply rooted in design thinking and contextual intelligence.
Objective: Deep dive into the core architecture of ABDM to understand the problems ABDM is trying to solve via digital transformation (what, why and how). Followed by understanding adoption challenges on the ground and possible solutions (including the recently launched monetary incentives).
Objective: What can AI, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Big Data actually do for healthcare? What’s real, what’s vapourware?
Topics & Speakers
Objective: Clinical voices from the field, including from community-based organizations, general practitioners and tertiary hospitals respond to these emerging technologies and reflect on the most pressing needs in clinical care. Panelists include community health workers and physicians.
Objective: A discussion of the provenance, portability, and availability of clinical and population health data for provision of care, research and commerce
Future-proofing the digital health ecosystem in India
NHA: Roadmap for Gateways 2 and 3: UHI and Health Information Exchange
Topic of Discussion: Start-ups and ministries can work with Digital Health Innovation Labs 2.0 to test, validate and scale digital health solutions in compliance with global ethical research standards, and local advances in digital health architecture.
We are grateful for the support of our partners, who have made this workshop possible.
St. John’s Research Institute
100 Feet Road, John Nagar, Koramangala
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034