Oxford explores to adapt Indian innovations for better health services

Oxford explores to adapt Indian innovations


In a conference at the University of Oxford, it was announced that Oxford explores to adapt Indian innovations for better health services, across the world.

The conference titled, "Big change: Sustainable health care for the 21st century" will be held on 22nd and 23rd November, 2013."

According to the organisers, the conference is mainly based on the need for affordable innovation that is both sustainable and capable of delivering health care to those who need it the most.

The inspiration comes after the innovations represented by high profile health care researchers, policy makers, entrepreneurs and government officials like Devi Shetty of Narayana Hridayalaya, Bangalore; Health Secretary Keshav Desiraju and Balram Bhargava, professor of cardiology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.

Stephen MacMahon, principal director of The George Institute, one of the organisers of the conference said, "Innovation has an essential role to play, not only in improving health care standards around the world, but even in maintaining existing standards, given constrained funding."

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