India’s healthcare landscape has been a mixed bag of revolutions over the past 25 years but has lately undergone tremendous changes. A galaxy of programs and initiatives have been witnessed over the years to improve the health situation of the nation. This transformation calls for a deeper and dynamic understanding by the stakeholders of the healthcare system and the challenges as well as the opportunities it is facing.
With India becoming one of the thriving economies in recent years, resources being spent on social security and health is also increasing manifolds, with time. India houses the maximum number of undernourished people globally and is also the diabetic capital of the world. Anaemia accounts for the second most common cause of maternal deaths in India. In the wake of this scenario, Rishihood School of Healthcare organised a symposium with an aim to serve as a platform to educate and enable an open discourse on the state of tomorrow’s healthcare systems by deliberating on how through a robust education system today can we deliver and transform the health care services tomorrow. The symposium witnessed the country leaders in healthcare policy-making and delivery system. It also shed light on healthcare technologies, transformations, innovations and discoveries with their impact on current and future models of medical service delivery.