The Times Health Excellence 2019, conceptualized with an aim to felicitate organizations and individuals for their contributions to the industry by innovation for increased efficiency, affordability and improved performance of healthcare delivery at large.
The proceedings began with a brilliant presentation by Dr. Meenakshi Bhat, Professor & Mazumdar-Shaw Research Chair in Clinical Genetics, Centre for Human Genetics Bangalore. Her presentation titled ‘Rare Genetic Disorders: Every Life Matters’ was an eye-opener on medical conditions that are largely ignored but can be identified through medical advancements.
Dr. N K Venkataramana, Founder Chairman & Chief Neurosurgeon BRAINS, followed with an engaging presentation on ‘Frontiers in Neurosciences’. He spoke about the various developments in the field with regard to cutting edge services in prevention, awareness, advocacy, acute and chronic care, regeneration, rehabilitation, research and training.
Dr. Ann Agnes Mathew, Paediatric Neuromuscular Specialist, Sagar Hospitals Bangalore, then made a presentation on ‘Inherited Muscle and Nerve diseases: Can India lead the world?’ that outlined the challenges faced in the industry.
Dr. Sandeep Nayak, Director of Surgical Oncology, MACS Clinic & Fortis Hospitals, Bangalore, made a presentation on the topic ‘Revolutionising Cancer Care: Which Way Are We Heading?’ He spoke at length about several surgical innovations in oncology, which have changed the way the disease is tackled.
Dr. Mahendra S K, Senior Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon and Chairman, Matru Multispecialty Hospital, made a presentation on ‘Orthopaedic surgeries, reviving quality of life…empathy above techniques.’ His inspiring speech highlighted several case studies, where those who suffering chronic conditions that had been given up on, were treated successfully with appropriate interventions.

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