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H.E.A.T. 2016: Day 2: Cognito: “In pursuit of excellence”, Mr.Rambir Dalal, Director, Social Security and Pensions

Mr. Rambir Dala started the discussion by quoting Peter Drucker “Your career success and salary over a lifetime will be more directly related to your writing and speaking skills than to any technical skills.” In the course of discussion he emphasized on the importance of public speaking. 244 more words

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H.E.A.T 2016: Day 2: Cognito: "Health Insurance in India: Journey so Far and the Road Ahead for Indian Hospitals",Mr. Gaurav Tripathi, Associate VP, Aditya Birla Financial Shared Services Limited

Mr. Gaurav Tripathi, AVP at Aditya Birla Financial Shared Services Limited began the session by interacting with students on basic healthcare concepts. He stated the difference between health insurance and wellness insurance. 225 more words

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H.E.A.T 2016: Day 2: Panel Discussion: “Health Insurance”

Mr. Shashwat spoke about how insurance has become the biggest revenue contributor for the hospitals. Thirty to forty per cent of revenue in healthcare is from private insurance companies. 644 more words

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H.E.A.T 2016: Day 2: Panel Discussion: "Business models"

Dr. Raveendranath Naik, Director, School of Management – Manipal University 

Dr. Naik spoke about the shift in entrepreneurial environment in the past to the present. A few years back, the environment for entrepreneurs was less conducive. 613 more words

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H.E.A.T 2016: Day 2: Cognito: “Managed Care” Jitendra Alamchandani, Associate VP, Aon Global Insurance Brokers

In an extremely interactive session Mr. Alamchandani spoke of the rising importance of insurance mainly from the Indian perspective. He began the session by describing the definition.  162 more words

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H.E.A.T 2016: Day 2: Cognito: "Is patient really the King in healthcare?" – Mr. Joy Chakraborty, Chief Operating Officer, Hinduja Hospital

In an interactive session with the students of TAPMI, Mr. Joy Chakraborty enlightened the students about the on-going transformation in the healthcare sector. He started off by asking the students whether patients are indeed the real “King” in the healthcare sector. 341 more words

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H.E.A.T 2016: Day 2: Cognito: "Big Data in Healthcare"- Mr. Partha Dey, Healthcare leader and SME, IBM Healthcare

Mr. Partha Dey started the lecture by introducing the audience to the importance of data and analytics in the micro levels of healthcare services. Data collection can be used in monitoring the attendance and availability of employees. 252 more words

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