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MEDITEL 2002 Organised by : Medical Computer Society of India,  AA-147,Annangar, 3 rd Avenue Chennai- 600 040, India.  

MEDITEL 2002 Organised by : Medical Computer Society of India,  AA-147,Annangar, 3 rd Avenue Chennai- 600 040, India.  

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  1. MEDICAL INFORMATICS & TELEMEDICINE CONFERENCE “MEDITEL 2002“ AN INVITATION TO PARTICPATE By Dr.Sunil Shroff Chairman, MEDITEl 2002, Chennai MEDITEL 2002 DATES 23 – 25th Aug 2002 Venue: 23rd Aug at Sri Ramachandra Hospital 24th& 25th Aug at Taj Connemera Hotel MEDITEL 2002 Organised by : Medical Computer Society of India, AA-147,Annangar, 3rd Avenue Chennai- 600 040, India.      Tel.: 0091-44-263378/79 Fax:: 91-44-6263477 Medirel2002@medindia.net

  2. MEDITEL 2002 • Why MEDITEL 2002 • Objectives of the conference • When & Where MEDITEL 200 • Target audience • Organisations Expected to Attend • Programme MEDITEL 2002: website address: www.medindia.net/meditel2002

  3. Global Changing Trends in Healthcare(1980- 2002) Key Drivers to the changes: • Arrival of technology ( Computers & Internet) • Rapid advances in Health Sciences • Maturing International platforms on Telemedicine & Telesurgical experiments • Bringing IT in healthcare major objectives of many Govt. across the world.

  4. Throughout the world, new and emerging information and telecommunication technologies (IT & T) have the enormous potential to help improve the delivery of healthcare and achieve better quality healthcare.

  5. E-Healthcare – Present • Maturing International platforms on Telemedicine & Telesurgical experiments • Bringing IT in healthcare major objectives of many Govt. in the world. • Tremendous opportunity emerging for Indian IT Healthcare Industry • Private & Govt. initiatives in India are now starting to become visible “Bad times have a scientific value.These are the occasions a good learner would not miss “ – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  6. Computer & Internet’s Impact on Healthcare Technology Tool Key Driver for Process Reengineering Knowledge Source Communication Media

  7. Key Driver for Process Reengineering Hardly any process within the healthcare system has remained unaffected by Computers & Internet Information Management has emerged as a key functionality within healthcare Processes are made location independent Internet’s biggest contribution

  8. Technology Tool • Clinical Process Improvement • Delivering Cost Benefits • Technology Sharing

  9. Communication Tool • Knowledge Sharing • Access to key Medical & Surgical Skills • Patient Interaction "Some day we will build up a world telephone system making necessary to all people the use of a common language, which will join all the people of the earth into one brotherhood.“ – Gen. JJ Carty, Chief Eng., AT&T,1915

  10. Knowledge Source • Knowledge Sans frontiers • Universal Access to Knowledge • Pedagogical Tool Extraordinary • Increased Patient Awareness

  11. E-Healthcare – Future

  12. MEDITEL 2002 • Why MEDITEL 2002 • Objectives of the conference • When & Where MEDITEL 200 • Target audience • Organisations Expected to Attend • Programme MEDITEL 2002: website address: www.medindia.net/meditel2002

  13. Objectives of MEDITEL 2002 • Bring together Doctors, Computer technocrats and Healthcare IT Industry on one common Platform • To evolve common strategies to deliver effective healthcare in India by making effective use of IT technology that is currently available • To set standards for the Indian IT healthcare Industry

  14. Objectives of MEDITEL 2002 • To bring together Govt. IT secretaries of four southern states and propose a common strong southern corridors from India to promote IT healthcare for the Industry • To project what is latest in medical informatics & telemedicine in India and to glimpse at what is coming in the future

  15. MEDITEL 2002 • Why MEDITEL 2002 • Objectives of the conference • When & Where MEDITEL 200 • Target audience • Organisations Expected to Attend • Programme MEDITEL 2002: website address: www.medindia.net/meditel2002

  16. When & Where MEDITEL 2002 Dates & Venue of the MEDITEL 2002 • 23rd August – Friday – Telemedicine & Telesurgery day Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, Porur, Chennai - 600116 • 24th August – Saturday -– Medical Informatics Hotel Taj Connemera • 25th August – Sunday Medical Informatics Hotel Taj Connemera

  17. MEDITEL 2002 • Why MEDITEL 2002 • Objectives of the conference • When & Where MEDITEL 200 • Target audience • Organisations Expected to Attend • Programme MEDITEL 2002: website address: www.medindia.net/meditel2002

  18. Target Audience for MEDITEL 2002 • Doctors with interest in IT as applicable to healthcare • Hospital administrators • Hospital EDP dept personnel • Computer technocrats with interest in IT as applicable to healthcare

  19. Target Audience for MEDITEL 2002 • IT Companies in healthcare field • Imaging solutions companies • Government bodies in healthcare research • International vendors in IT healthcare • Pharmaceutical companies

  20. MEDITEL 2002 • Why MEDITEL 2002 • Objectives of the conference • When & Where MEDITEL 200 • Target audience • Organisations Expected to Attend • Programme MEDITEL 2002: website address: www.medindia.net/meditel2002

  21. 1.Sun Microsystems, Asia -Pacific, Singapore 2. Ministry of Health, UAE 3. Ministry of computing and communication, Cuba 4. Riks Hosp, Norway. 5. Meditron, USA 6. Healthscribe, Bangalore 7. Infosys, Bangalore 8. St Johns Medical College, Bangalore 9. Wipro GE, Bangalore 10. Tata Consultancy Services, 11. Cognisant Technologies, 12. Sankar Nethralaya, Chennai 13. Arvind Eye Hospital, Madurai 14. Mediscan, Chennai 16.. Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research & Institute 17.. Konkan Railway, Goa 18. Remote Sensing & Communication Centre, Gujarat 19. Medical online, Malaysia 20. Aum Meditec, Mumbai 21. Max healthcare, Mauhali 22. Techno-Telemedicine, N.Delhi 23. Escorts Hospital, N.Delhi 24.. CMC Hospital, Vellore 25. Apollo Hospitals, India 26. TIDCO 27.. Technical Teachers Training Institute, Taramani, Chemnni Organisations Expected to Attend MEDITEL 2002

  22. 28.. Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India 29. Post-Graduate Institute of medical Sciences, Chandigarh 30. Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi 31. Asia heart Foundation, Bangalore 32. Quintiles 33. Dept ofHealth, Jammu & Kashmir, Srinagar 34. National Institute of Mental Health and NeuroSciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore 35. Sudisa Consultancy Services, Haryana 36. Minasian Medical Centre, Armenia 37. All India Institute of medicl Sciences, N.Delhi 38. Military Hospital, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 39. AMRITA INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY,  MATA AMRITANANDAMAYI MATHASHRAM LANE,  AZAD ROAD,  KALOOR KOCHI 40. Agarwal’s Eye Clinic 41. Anna University 42. IIT, Chennai Organisations Expected to Attend MEDITEL 2002

  23. MEDITEL 2002 • Why MEDITEL 2002 • Objectives of the conference • When & Where MEDITEL 200 • Target audience • Organisations Expected to Attend • Programme MEDITEL 2002: website address: www.medindia.net/meditel2002

  24. Programme of MEDITEL2002 23rd Aug 2002 Co-ordinator for the day - Dr.Selvakumar, Telemedicine Head SRMC & RI, Chennai Morning Session TELEMEDICINE SESSION -Director – Dr.Selvakumar, Session on Tele-radiology – Director – Dr.Suresh, Mediscan, Chennai Session on Tele-opthalmology – Director – Dr.Navin Jaykumar, Asankar Nethralaya Afternoon Session – Directors - Dr.Sudarsan, Banglaore law School & Dr.Jhunjhunwala, IIT, Chennai Accreditation / Legal / Privacy / Security / Confidentiality / Economics of Telemedicine Demo of Telemedicine & Tele-surgery with Norway & Andaman Islands

  25. Programme of MEDITEL2002 24rd Aug 2002 – Taj Connemara Hotel Co-ordinator for the day – Dr.Sunil Shroff, MCSI) Morning Session (Hospital Management Information Systems (HMIS) & E-Health Care - Director - Dr.Suresh & Dr.Sumanthraman 24th Aug 2002 – Afternoon Session – Session on EMR (Director -Ms.Kala,TCS, Chennai) Health Portals (Director – Dr.Shroff, Chennai) Evening ( 7.30PM onwards) BANQUET DINNER 25 Exhibitors will be allowed to Participate by putting up a 3mt x 2mts stall at the conference Venue

  26. Programme of MEDITEL2002 25th Aug 2002 – Taj Connemara Hotel Co-ordinator for the day – Dr.Sumanthraman Morning Session Medical Transcription Export Market for Indian Medical informatics Insurance & Finance   25th Aug 2002 – Afternoon Session – E-Education (Directors –Dr.Balasubramanyam & Dr.Seshadari) Virtual Reality as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool Valedictory Function 25 Exhibitors will be allowed to Participate by putting up a 3mt x 2mts stall at the conference Venue

  27. "...New paradigms are emerging and this will change the very way medicine is practiced in this century." Dr. Sunil ShroffChairman MEDITEL 2002 Chennai, India Meditel2002@medindia.net Thank You