India's healthcare sector is growing by 15% CAGR, Indian medical tourism sector is to experience an annual growth rate of 30%, Indian healthcare sector to reach US$ 158 Billion by 2017, Hospitals and Diagnostic Centres attracted FDI worth US$2.8 billion between April '00 to January '15, Globally funding in Healthcare IT and Digital Health firms totaled $784 million in Q1 2015, The population of India is increasing by 15 Million a year, A WHO study says that Delhi is currently the most polluted city in the world, Infant mortality rate in India is 46 per 1000 live births, Females in India have a life expectancy of 67 years


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About the India Health & Wellness Summit and Awards

India Health & Wellness Summit and Awards recognizes the crying need for creating ‘accessible and affordable’ healthcare facilities for billion plus population of the country - the basic fundamental right of every citizen. It provides the most advanced and futuristic platform on healthcare and wellbeing to top policy makers, thought leaders and top-notch industry heads to discuss, deliberate and devise the road map for improving healthcare outcomes.
The forum built over a high-tech, interactive and stimulating environment, discusses several burning issues and seeks answers with a focused motive: to pave the way for a healthier future for the country.
The summit culminates into one of the India’s most sought after award ceremony that aims to applaud the efforts of individuals and organizations working to improve India’s healthcare scenario. Catalyzing innovation and honoring excellence remain the guiding principle and the prime motive of this platform.




"Newer initiatives and innovative ideas have always been encouraged by our government and I support any new thoughts that this summit brought forward," Shri Shripad Yesso Naik, Minister of State for AYUSH (Independent Charge) and Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.

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Yvonne Chaka Chaka

Goodwill Ambassador for the Roll Back Malaria, Partnership; UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Eastern and Southern Africa1

Dr. Mahesh Sharma

Minister of State for Culture & Tourism (I.C.) & Minister of State for Civil Aviation2

Shri Deepak Sawant

Minister of Health & Family Welfare, State of Maharashtra3


Deputy Chief Minister & Minister of Health, State of Goa4


Good Food, Good Water & Good Air: Better Health

Health and wellbeing is an outcome of what one eats, drinks and breathes in. We know today that a poorly nourished pregnant woman is almost certain to give birth to a smaller child with challenges to its physical and cognitive development. Conversely, poorly managed food and beverage consumption along with unhealthy lifestyles, will result in disorders of metabolism and ill health. India struggles with both ends of this spectrum of ill health, to which high quality, timely nutrition is the solution.
Ensuring that high quality nutrition is available and accessible to every Indian, particularly its mothers and children, along with clean water and air, is a challenge that involves a wide gamut of stakeholders, from the farmer & the industries to policy makers in the government, and all points in between.
The session focuses on ensuring good food, good water and good air for all so that we can achieve better health at both end; those suffering from chronic deficiency of nutrition and those falling prey to bad food, lifestyle and pollution.

Better Supply Chain for Better Health

Manufacturing in the healthcare sector requires greater synergy with the government, regulators and other key stakeholders to establish compliant business practices that are commercially viable.
Healthcare supply chain is facing increasing pressure. Pharmaceutical and medical device production is getting more complex as companies expand their portfolios in order to align to rapidly changing markets.
Economic growth globally is creating new demand for affordable and effective healthcare products which in turn also creating great risk in quality and compliance issues and creating further risk in the supply chain.
This panel will discuss how the result would be a demand driven and supply ready set of healthcare solutions that would be a critical yet well performing component of the country's vision of universal healthcare and continue India's contribution to global health by providing stable sources of essential products and services.

e-Health & Wellness

This session explores the need for a Health Information Exchange that includes all elements of health administration like knowledge dissemination, healthcare delivery, health infrastructure and public health. It is visualized as a countrywide e-network that would connect stakeholders and will help better implement the Government's initiatives of the National e-Health Authority, within the ambit of a Digital India.
The intent is to have this Exchange create a better informed country on what constitutes wellness and its role in the health of the individual, the family and the nation.

Health & Wellness Entrepreneurship Session

Fostering and building an ecosystem where practitioners, entrepreneurs and their supporters are encouraged to take the risks is the need of the hour in India. We have the need for affordable and accessible processes and products that result in health outcomes.
The panel discusses affording our innovators the space - both financial and operational – to understand what
makes wellness the underwriter of health, to birth innovations; required regulatory understanding, financial underwriting and the fostering of a research and innovation mindset in our academic and clinical settings.

Special Session with State Health Ministers

Inter-ministerial Roundtable featuring Ministers of Health of States on resolving challenges to health in their respective States.
This session proposes to host a conversation with the Health Ministers from five States and three thought leaders from the nutrition, healthcare providers and pharma sectors. The intention is an idea exchange on issues around the factors that impede / improve health in these States and debate solutions towards a Healthy India. 


Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal

Member of Parliament & Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health & Family Welfare

Prof. M. C. Misra

Director, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

Dr. Girdhar J. Gyani

Director General, Association of Healthcare Providers (India)


Chairman & Managing Partner, Trust Legal


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Early bird packages are available.
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Submit Your Work

Honouring Excellence in 15 categories under four broad areas
Judging done by a group of accomplished and eminent peers from varied backgrounds
Applications can be submitted by an Organization in multiple categories


India Health & Wellness Awards 2014 honor healthcare achievers; doctors, hospitals from across India among the awarded

New Delhi, Dec 21, 2014: Hon’ble Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare Mr. Shripad Yesso Naik urged Indian healthcare industry and service providers to work towards newer initiatives and innovative ideas to help government’s endeavor to make affordable healthcare available to all, at the first India Health & Wellness Summit, 2014.