G20 Roundtable Meeting
Health Parliament, world’s foremost Think Tank on Health, has organized a roundtable to discuss global health and how India can lead in shaping the Global Health Agenda for G20 during India’s Presidency post the pandemic. The roundtable was attended by former secretaries of Health; senior officials from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India; leaders from World Health Organization; and senior officials from various stakeholder groups. The meeting was presided over by Mr. Bharat Lal, Secretary General, National Human Rights Commission, Government of India. The report, based on the deliberations, was sent to the President of G20 and India’s sherpa, Mr. Amitabh Kant.
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Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Union Minister, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, officially launched Mission SCALE (Start-ups to Collaborate & Co-create, Accelerate, Leverage the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem) at the Global Digital Health Summit, Expo & Awards 2023 hosted on 1st & 2nd September 2023 at the Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai.
Health Parliament’s Mission SCALE aims to enhance the ecosystem for start-ups, enabling them to accelerate their growth and leverage it to further the ‘Make in India’ initiative of the Government of India. It will help the entrepreneurs to come together and scale up to build the world’s highest number of unicorns from India.
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The kNOw Series
Health Parliament and International Patients’ Union have come together to launch the kNOw Series! Health-related information should not be based on forwarded messages but on verified facts. We have worked hard with top clinical leaders and sifted through heaps of clinical documents to get you information that would unravel some mysteries and bare some facts for you to make healthier choices.
Join us on this enlightening journey! Don’t miss out on the chance to kNOw better and embrace a healthier lifestyle.
Just On You
Despite investing billions in public health campaigns to promote healthy habits and raise awareness, organizations and governments have not achieved the desired results. Health Parliament’s research revealed a crucial missing link: the disconnect between information and action. To tackle this challenge, we created the innovative campaign, JOY (Just on You). Our aim with JOY is to empower one person from each household to champion healthy habits and timely health decisions, making them the ‘Joy’ of the family.
Public Task Force For Accountable Healthcare
Health Parliament launched the Public Task Force for Accountable Healthcare on the 2nd Anniversary of COVID. We believe healthcare should not be supplier-driven but demand-driven, based on care seekers’ needs. The initiative intends to make healthcare accessible, affordable, accountable, and outcome driven. Join us to drive the change. This is a grounds-up movement for citizen participation.
Small Health Care Organizations (SHCOs)
Small Health Care Organizations (SHCOs) are the backbone of the Indian healthcare system and cater to about 80% of the patients. While they cater to a large patient community; they are still grappling with the issues which threaten their existence. At Health Parliament, we have decided to galvanize all stakeholders to address the issues faced by the SHCOs. We conducted a national online workshop to understand the issues, challenges, and potential solutions.
Digital Health- Standardizing Terminologies
The report is a compilation of the journey of Digital Health over the past three decades and serves as a good primer for debate and work toward standardizing terminologies in Digital Health. Report is submitted to World Health Organization
Nursing- An Endangered Profession
Nurses are the gatekeepers of the healthcare system, but they are actually stopped at the gate! We need to let them in and give them their rightful due in the interest of healthcare. Nurses are not just frontline health workers; they are the backbone of healthcare! This report is all about the actions that we need to take to provide nursing a professionally higher status in healthcare than keeping just doctor-centric.
CEOs Roundtable Meeting
At Health Parliament, we regularly host meetings with industry CEOs across hospitals, pharmaceuticals, insurance, diagnostics, medical devices, and IT companies, in addition to government officials, to bring them together at the table and discuss various ideas for healthcare transformation while working collaboratively. These meetings are strictly by invitation.
We hosted the first CEOs Roundtable on 12th April 2023 at Shangri La Eros, New Delhi, where top healthcare CEOs gathered to discuss industry trends with Mr. Bakul Patel, Senior Director of Global Digital Health Strategy & Regulatory at Google, covering everything from AI to Telemedicine.
Health Parliament hosted the CEOs Roundtable on the sidelines of the Global Digital Health Summit, Expo & Awards at Jio World Convention Centre, Mumbai. The special guest was Dr. Karen DeSalvo, Chief Health Officer, Google. The roundtable was attended by decision-makers from across the healthcare and life sciences from the private and public sector. The decision-makers discussed the opportunities and challenges of digital health adoption in India.
Health Parliament regularly hosts CEOs roundtable every quarter to bring together leaders from the health sector at the table and discuss various ideas for healthcare transformation while working collaboratively. These meetings are strictly by invitation.