Healthcare Analytics

The Indian healthcare IT market is valued at $1billion (about 6,650 crore) and likely to grow by about 1.5 times by 2020, according to a report by IT industry body Nasscom. With people taking greater control of their health and organizations becoming more patient-driven, healthcare businesses are becoming highly data driven. Healthcare analytics has become a silver bullet targeting a multitude of issues and challenges. The healthcare industry has never been more focused on data as it is today right from lowering healthcare spending to sensing fraud. Looking to 2017 and beyond, healthcare organizations in India will need to turn to innovative business models to improve access, increase quality, and simultaneously maximize resource utilization to ensure growth.

This Masterclass will detail how analytical methods and tools can be utilized to enhance healthcare quality and operational efficiency.It is indeed a time for data-drivenhealthcare transformation and data analysts will play a central role in this transformation.

The Healthcare Analytics Masterclass is open for participants from any segment of healthcare – hospitals, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, medical supplies, insurance & telemedicine.

The event will invite speakers from the healthcare industry who have adopted analytics and big data in care management, revenue management, clinical analytics, real-time advice, evidence-based medicine, claims fraud etc.

The following speakers who addressed the Healthcare analytics event:

  • Dr. Ananth N Rao, Apollo Hospitals Title: Analytics in Healthcare.
  • Bhuvaneshwar Subramanian, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Title: Analytics for Healthcare Providers: Applications, Trends and Future of Analytics in Healthcare.
  • Dr. Partha Haldar, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Title: Data for Decisions – Public Health Perspectives.
  • Prof. U Dinesh Kumar, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore Title: Predictive Analytics models for NPS Improvement.