The Covid-19 pandemic has caused an increase in the number of virtual consultations in comparison to pre-Covid times, across the globe. This shift is far from being a durable change. We at the Vattikuti Foundation strongly believe in outside-the-hospital care as and where possible to be a viable alternative now- and into the future. This webinar is a comprehensive public dialogue on the subject through distinguished panel of experts. We hope to excite people to take charge of their own health by looking to the future of virtual consultation options. With the prevalent trends in India, these virtual consults can make effective screening consults as a prelude to face-to-face consults or can be the means to accomplish follow up care. Issues such as patient and physician acceptability, last mile technical glitches, device availability, compatibility and overall patient compliance are some of the subjects of this program.
We believe this is the right time to initiate a larger public dialogue on the subject and to excite people to take charge of their own health and disburden an already overburdened healthcare system.
Vattikuti Foundation CEO Dr. Mahendra Bhandari serves as Moderator, VF President, Founder and healthcare tech innovator, Raj Vattikuti joins the discussion, as does UNICEF India representative Mr. Sohrabh Bhandari and Author Mr. Kamal Kothari.
• Patient acceptability challenges, A win-win model for physicians and patients and long term vision (Dr Akash Ganju, Co-Founder and CEO at Saathealth, Mumbai, India)
• Last mile technological and legal challenges and solutions In the Indian context (Dr Guriqbal Singh Jaiya IAS (Retd.) MD, CEO AIMS2HEALTH and Virtual Sathi Pvt.Ltd.)
• Technical challenges and Patient Compliance Issues and possible solutions (Prateek Golecha B.Tech, MBA(IIMA) Head Strategic Initiative, Tricog Health https://www.linkedin.com/in/prateekgolecha/)
• A global perspective of digital health home monitoring- Different models. (Tanvi Vattikuti Abbhi, Co-Founder & CEO Veta Health)
Discussion, with formal PowerPoint presentations, 1:44:40
This video will be broken into shorter videos- also to be placed on the website.