Hitex to organise a Conclave on Public Health Innovations, a first of its kind in India
Hitex to organise a Public Health Innovations Conclave -2021 in the city. The three days, a first of its kind of program shall be dedicated to innovation, technology and best practices in public health. It is aimed at stakeholders concerned with communicable, non-communicable diseases, digital health, inventions to deal with 'Life after Pandemic'. The conclave shall be an endeavour to put an end to the current pandemic, to prevent and be prepared for future pandemics.
It will be the event for pandemic related technologies, technological progress, the latest trends and many issues of great importance to public health professionals and enterprises.
The Conclave to be organised will have social-economic relevance to the city and the state.
It will have an Innovation Arena, a platform for innovators, start-ups, and other players working in the Public Health Sector.
Scheduled from 12th to 14th November it will be organised in association with the Infection Control Academy of India (IFCAI). It is supported by the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), Indian Medical Association (IMA), Telangana Super Speciality Hospitals Association (TSHA), Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and others.
Trivector, airborne disinfection and Airon, ambient air sterilization are powering the conclave
Some of the exhibitors include India's first doctor based mobile vaccination clinic--Vaccine on Wheels; a flagship initiative to promote the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in India--Atal Incubation Centre; a wearable start-up that aims to prevent neonatal and maternal deaths in the developing world--NemoCare; a premier Science Park and Incubator in Hyderabad and Bangalore--IKP Knowledge Park; developer of an affordable life-saving medical equipment with advanced technologies for hospitals, medical institutions--Aerobiosys Innovations Private Limited and others