Bangalore Institute of Technology-BIT In association with b-eCare (International Connected Health Initiative) to organise 5th International Conference on “Technology for Health”

Bangalore Institute of Technology BIT in Association with b-eCare (International Connected Health Initiative) is organizing the 5th International Conference on “Technology for Health”, a unique, one of its kind international conference and CME workshop aiming to bring health professionals & students under a single platform. The two day conference will be inaugurated by eminent clinicians on 20th August -2019 at Bangalore Institute of Technology, Kuvempu Kalakshetra – KR Road, Bengaluru-04. The CME Workshop on Digital Therapeutics, Al and Cyber-Security will be held on 21st August-2019. In today’s Healthcare scenario the potential of cutting-edge healthcare technologies to support preventative, predictive and personalised care is hugely significant. The technologies in diagnostic platforms are changing the pace of innovations in the face of disease detection, bio- sensing, diagnostics and beyond. The Healthcare industry is on a fast track of digitalization and inevitable for inter disciplinary forces and citizens to join the trend and set clear standards for the use of technology in the healthcare industry for personalized care, rural and population health. This international conference intends to bring healthcare and technology under a single platform involving academia, industry, venture funding and policy professionals. Speaking on the occasion conference co-chair;s Sri Navin Govind, Founder & CEO, Aventyn, Inc. USA and Dr. Kris Vijay, Chief Medical Officer, said “We must now all unite around a common vision to drive Digital Healthcare. forward, harnessing innovation in the full spectrum from the most commonplace to the most exciting; from basic IT to advanced Al. It is clear that across the healthcare system in India, there is a lot of innovation happening at regionally and nationally. b eCare is this regard is aspiring to bring together collaborative focus on clinical and academic research, digital health industry innovation, standards and policy. According to Dr. Aswath M U – Principal, BIT, “This is for the first time we are involving healthcare and academia to understand the nuances between the two. The impact of technology on healthcare and medical education has grown to a great extent and it is here to stay which has compelled us to think and design technology inclusion in medical education. The inclusion of new age technologies in health system based curriculum will address the challlenges posed to the healthcare industry. This conference allows professionals and students to understand and share technology, best practice and discuss the issues that matter and how best to tackle them”

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