The 26th edition of Medical Fair India 2020 held on 05-07 March at Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. A part of the “MEDICAlliance” family of trade fairs, was organised by Messe Düsseldorf India in cooperation with MEDICA.
Together with MEDICAlliance and in association with Association of Healthcare Providers, India (AHPI), Association of Indian Manufacturers of Medical Devices (AIMED), Association of Diagnostic Manufacturers of India (ADMI), Quality & Accreditation Institute (QAI), Practicing Pathologists Society, The Association of Practicing Pathologists (APP), and Maharashtra Association Of Practising Pathologist & Microbiologists (MAPPM), this edition promised to bring together all the stakeholders from all facets of medical and healthcare industry.
Veena Kohli, President, Association of Diagnostics Manufacturers of India continues to lead the Clinlab conference. The conference coverd topics on in- vitro diagnostic, laboratory medicine, point of care testing, molecular medical diagnostics and clinical chemistry.
‘Make in India’ pavilion formed by AIMED at Medical Fair India has always been a centre of attraction at MFI exhibition under the pioneering vision of Rajiv Nath, Founder, AIMED, who is the voice representing the interest of over 700 manufacturers of medical devices to promote global harmonisation and respect for the Indian devices industry.
“Medical Fair India is well-known for its ability to detect trends and respond to new innovations. Therefore, each edition is unique as it explores new sub-segments and opportunities for diversification” said Thomas Schlitt, Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf India.
Additionally, the future for Health (FTR4H) conference this year at Medical Fair India focused on how Digital Transformation reconstructs Healthcare. NASSCOM – Center of Excellence – IoT & AI joins this year as its Digital Transformation Partner and jointly with FTR4H organised the Start-up Awards. This year attractions include participation from start-ups showcased their solution in the healthcare domain.
The VOH 5th International Healthcare Conference at Medical Fair India is an important date on the national healthcare calendar. This year, the theme was ‘Synergy, Idea, Collaboration: Unlocking the potential of Indian healthcare’. The overarching objective is to mobilise key stakeholders from both public and private sectors – along with their strengths and innovations – on a common platform that can highlight best-ways forward for everyone who holds a stake in the space. rehaindia, powered by Rehacare continued to feature alongside Medical Fair India. This segment was dedicated to the rehabilitation sector in India. The three-day event attracted all the categories of stakeholders in this segment.
The “Smart Hospitals” platform was created as a new entity this year. The objective is to help the Small and Mid-sized Hospital Owners to rethink their business models, create new opportunities by evolving newer smart ways of delivering healthcare. The intent was to bridge an existing gap as medical conferences hardly ever touch the business side of healthcare.