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About Us

The Government of Madhya Pradesh understands the importance of good health of every, citizen because there is a close interconnection between health and the quality of life of a person. The Government of Madhya Pradesh is persistently working towards health system strengthening and has budgeted Rs 15,150 crore in’the current fiscal for Health &Family Welfare department with a 32% increase from the previous year. The government had launched the Swasthya Kshetra Nivesh Protsahan Yojana to promote investment for establishing hospitals and dispensaries.

The Health & Family Welfare Department of Madhya Pradesh caters to its citizens through its institutions(51, District Hospitals, 80 Civil Hospitals, 326 CHCs, 1199 PHCs & over 10000 Sub-centers). Ayushman Bharat Niramayam was launched in September 2018 to provide a cover of lNR 5 lakhs to approximately 1.4 crore families per annum for over 1399 procedures mainly secondary & tertiary. Over 400 Public and private hospitals have been empanelled to cater under the scheme.

In the last 1 year, more than 1.4 Lakh patients have been treated under Ayushman Bharat Niramayam in MP State.

 

What is 'Right to health'

The Government of Madhya Pradesh in its constant endeavor of accomplishing its role of 'protecting' and 'providing' its citizens, is now considering 'right to health' and 'right to water' legislation to ensure the basic services to the public. The Government of Madhya Pradesh envisions ensuring every citizen of the state to have lawful rights to health anti healthcare services. The fundamental objective of right to health healthcare for all means that everyone should have access to the health services when and where they need them without any discrimination and suffering financial hardship. The Government of Madhya Pradesh is cognizant of National and international standing on health as a human right and right to health, and intends to leverage practices of implementing right to health across various countries that shall enable the MP state to enact comprehensive, implementable, attainable and sustainable framework for right to health healthcare in the state.

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Over the past years Government of Madhya Pradesh (MP) has taken a lot of transformative steps to strengthen its health system. MP in its constant endeavor of accomplishing its role of 'protecting' and 'providing' its citizens, is now considering 'Right to Health' and 'Right to Water' legislation to ensure the basic services to the public. The Government of Madhya Pradesh envisions ensuring every citizen of the state to have lawful rights to health and healthcare services. The fundamental objective of right to health/ healthcare for all means that everyone should have access to the health services when and where they need them without any discrimination and suffering financial hardship. The Government of Madhya Pradesh is cognizant of National and International standing on health as a human right and right to health and intends to leverage practices of implementing right to health across various countries that shall enable the MP state to enact comprehensive, implementable, attainable and sustainable framework for right to health/ healthcare in the state.

The Government of Madhya Pradesh understands the importance of good health of every citizen because there is a close interconnection between health and the quality of life of a person. The Government of Madhya Pradesh is persistently working towards health system strengthening and has budgeted Rs 15,150 crore in the current fiscal for Health & Family Welfare department with a 32% increase from the previous year. The government had launched the Swasthya Kshetra Nivesh Protsahan Yojana to promote investment for establishing hospitals and dispensaries. The Health & Family Welfare Departmentof Madhya Pradesh caters to its citizens through its institutions (51, District Hospitals, 80 Civil Hospitals, 326 CHCs, 1199 PHCs & over 10,000 Sub-centers). Ayushman Bharat 'Niramayam' was launched in September 2018 to provide a cover of INR 5 lakhs to approximately 1.4 crore families per annum for over 1399 procedures mainly secondary & tertiary. Over 400 Public and private hospitals have been empanelled to cater under the scheme. In the last 1 year, more than 1.4 lakh patients have been treated under Ayushman Bharat Niramayam in MP State.
To further strengthen the health systems in Madhya Pradesh, government is desirous to adopt appropriate framework towards rights based approach to health. Accordingly, Steering Committee, under the chairmanship of Shri Gopal Reddy, ACS, Water Resources Department was constituted on 3rd August 2019 vide GAD order no F 19-59/2019/1/4 Bhopal for consideration of Rights based approach to Health in Madhya Pradesh.

Hon'ble Chief Minister, MP
Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Hon'ble Chief Minister, MP
Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee Manifesto 2018 Read more

Event plan - Day 1 (NOVEMBER 01, 2019)

10:30 am10:30 am – 11:00 am
 

Welcome and Registration

11:00 am11:00 am – 12: 30 pm
 

Session 1: Plenary session

(The dignitaries will share their views about MP government’s visionary step towards right to health)
Mr Jayant Danish Chhibber, Public Speaker and Anchor
Dr Pallavi Jain Govil, PS (Health) - Welcome Note
Dr Hilde De Graeve, Team Leader, Health Systems WHO
Mr K Srinath Reddy, President PHFI
Ms Vandana Gurnani, Additional Secretary, MoHFW
Mr Sudhi Ranjan Mohanty, Chief Secretary, MP
Dr Indu Bhushan, CEO, National Health Authority
Mr Tulsiram Silawat, Hon’ble Health Minister, MP
Dr Vinod K Paul, Member NITI Aayog
Mr Rodmal Nagar, Member of Parliament, Rajgarh
Chief Guest -Hon’ble Chief Minister (MP)

12:30 pm12:30 pm – 01:15 pm
 

Session 2: Spirituality and Health (Fireside chat)

The panelists will discuss holistic health and shall share insights on adopting a resolution encompassing facets beyond physical health.
Mr Manoj Shrivastava, ACS Adhyatma Dept Ms Jaya Row, Vedanta Vision
01:15 pm01:15 pm – 02:00 pm
 

High Level Lunch Hosted By Health Minister

02:00 am02:00 am – 03:15 pm
 

Session 3: Plenary session : Main hall

Topic : Legislative and policy framework towards right based approach to health
Sub Topics:
-Learning from Right to education, right to information, right to employment, right to food
-Rights and responsibilities of stakeholders under right based approach to health
-Empowering and protecting medical professionals


The panelists will deliberate on appropriate framework to be adopted and learnings from other rights based approach relating to key human development dimensions.

Mr Nitesh Vyas, Commissioner, DHS, MP (Moderator)
Mr Sandeep Dikshit, Former Member of Parliament
Dr Girdhar J Gyani, Director General, AHPI
Dr V Vijay Kumar, Vice Chancellor, NLIU
Ms Helena Nygren Krugh, Advisor, UNAIDS
Dr Abhay Shukla, Public Health Expert

02:00 am02:00 am – 05:10 pm
 

Technical Presentations: Side Hall 2

All technical experts shall present their research / academic insights for developing a robust and holistic health delivery framework

Dr Chandrakant Lahariya NO, WHO (Co-ordinator for the group)
Dr Manish Singh, MPHSCL


02:00 pm – 02:10 pm Ms Moulshri Mohan, Senior Associate J-PAL Inclusion and right to health
02:15pm – 02:25 pm Dr SatyaSangwan Holistic life mission – alternative health systems
02:30 pm – 02:40 pm Dr Vinay Kothari Hospital planning – operational efficiency through right planning
02:45 pm – 02:55 pm Dr Jyoti Bindal, Dean, MGM Medical College, Indore Maternal health and child care in achieving right to health
03:00 pm – 03:10 pm Dr A D Bhatnagar Cardiachealth issues in the new age world and appropriate measures
03:15 pm – 03:25 pm Dr Dilip Kumar Acharya, National Chairman, IMA Cancer and Tobacco Control Committee Substance abuse and medicinal use – striking the right balance
03:30 pm – 03:40 pm Dr Vinita Kothari Diagnostics labs reaching the public health
03:45 pm – 03:55 pm Dr Rahul Rokade Creating infrastructures for specialists in public health institutions
04:00 pm – 04:10 pm Dr Rahul Bhargava Cancer care and public health institutions preparedness
04:15 pm – 04:25 pm Dr Shamarukh Mehra / Mr G D Varma Managing occupational health hazard in changing world
04:45 pm – 04:55 pm Mr Ashwani Varma Corporate Social Responsibility and public health
05:00 pm – 05:10 pm Mr Neeraj Desai Food supplements and cutting the malnutrition epidemic
03:30 pm03:30 pm – 04:45 pm
 

Session 4: Main hall

Topic : One health : Hearing all voices
Sub topics :
- Discussing empowering and protecting health rights relating to women, children, adolescents, differently abled, mentally challenged, crime victims, prisoners, cultural and ethnic minorities


The panelists will elaborate on how to empower and protect the most vulnerable groups of the society.

Dr Hilde De Graeve, Team Leader, Health Systems WHO
Ms Moulshri Mohan, J-PAL, Senior Policy Associate
Dr N Devadasan, HSTP, Technical Advisor (Health Sys)
Dr Bharat Vatwani, Founder, Shraddha Rehabilitation Foundation
Prof Rohit Trivedi, Sarojini Naidu College
Ms Vandana Gurnani, Add Secretary, MoHFW
Mr M M Upadhyay, Principal Advisor, ABIGG (Moderator)
Mr Harsh Mander, Director, Centre for Equity Studies

03:30 pm03:30 pm – 04:45 pm
 

Technical Session:

Topic : Topic : Brianstorming on alternative financial modeling for public and private health institutions
The roundtable shall discuss alternative financial models to enhance investment in public /private health institutions.


CA Anand Saklecha, Asco Capital (Moderator)
Mr Raghav Singhal, Head, West Region, ICICI Bank
Mr Satyendra Shrivastava, Partner, Khaitan Legal
Dr Sumit Shukla, Professor MGM College, Indore
Mr Lalit Mistry, Director, KPMG
Mr Sanjay Shrivastava, Financial Advisor, DHS
Mr Chetas Desai, COO, Care Group Sight Ltd
Ms. Rupam Lal Das, Associate Director Health, Anand Rathi Advisors

05:00 pm05:00 pm – 06:15 pm
 

Session 5 : Main hall

Topic : Investing in people’s health : Where is the money?
Sub topics :
-Financing options for right to health
-Private stakeholders engagement in achieving right to health
-CSR and PPP options for right to health


Panelists

Dr Indu Bhushan, CEO, National Health Authority
Mr Sakthivel Selvaraj, Director, PHFI
Mr Rajeev Sadanandan, CEO, Health Systems Transformation Platform
Prof Indranil Mukhopadhyay, Jindal University
Mr Varun Gera, CEO, HealthAssure
Mr M Gopal Reddy, ACS & Chairman Steering Committee

06:15 pm06:15 pm – 06:45 pm
 

HIGH TEA

06:45 pm06:45 pm – 08:15 pm
 

Cultural session : Minto Hall gardens

Cultural session 1 – Panchnaad 90 mins 06:45 pm – 08:15 pm

08:15 pm08:15 pm – 10:00 pm
 

Dinner and Reception

Event plan - Day 2 (NOVEMBER 02, 2019)

09:30 am09:30 am – 10:45 am
 

Session 6-10

SIDE HALL 1

Topic : Role of civil societies and local government bodies in materializing right to health


Panelists will deliberate on greater role and autonomy (health plan / financial resourcing) for local bodies / civil societies.

Mr Yogesh Kumar, Samarthan – Center for Development Support (Moderator)
Mr Sandeep Dikshit, Former Member of Parliament
Mr Amulya Nidhi, National Co-Convener, Jan Swasthya Abhiyan
Smt Anuradha Joshi, Sarpanch, Kodariya, Indore
Dr Raman Kataria, Secretary, Jan Swasthya Sahyog, Bilaspur
Ms Bhakti Sharma, Sarpanch, Barkhedi Abdullah, Bhopal


SIDE HALL 2

Topic : Energizing health ecosystem through technology and innovation

Panelists

Dr Pankaj Parashar, Innovator (Moderator)
Professor Siva Umapathy, Director, IISER Bhopal
Mr Arvind Sivarama krishnan, CIO, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd
Dr Rajive Gulati, Director UN Technology Innovations Lab
Dr Shuchin Bajaj, Founder - Director, Cygnus Hospital
Mr S R Azad, Founder, MP Vigyan Sabha
Mr Sunil Kumar Garg, SIEMENS


SIDE HALL 3 Roundtable discussion

Topic : Rethinking supply chain management for availability of medical supplies for all.

Panelist
Dr Umanath, MD, TNMSCL
Mr Nishant Singh Rana, Founder Vyorious Drones
Dr J Vijayakumar, MPPHSCL (Moderator)
Mr Vishwas Rai Ahuja, Director, PH, CIPLA
Mr Omkar Desai, Asso Prof, IIM Indore
Mr R S Manku, SVP, HLL-HITES

SIDE HALL 4

Topic : Emerging challenges in health in the new age world
Sub Topic : Climate change and Health

Panelists

Mr Jaivardhan Singh, Hon’ble Minister, UADD
Ms Sandra Albert, Director, IIPH Shillong
Mr Michael Juma, State Head, UNICEF
Dr Meena Sehgal, Senior Fellow, TERI
Dr Rahul Bhargava, Head, FMRI
Mr Soumya Dutta, Advisory Board Member, UN Climate Technology Center and Network
Dr Sanjay Pandey, Advisory Head, PSI (Moderator)


SIDE HALL 5 (Boardroom) Roundtable discussion

Topic :Role of media and information dissemination and right to health

Panelist

Ms Ipsa Agnani, Communication Associate, The YP Foundation (Moderator)
Mr Jamal Ayub, Correspondent, Times of India
Mr Deepak Tiwari, Vice Chancellor, MCU Bhopal
Mr Anil Gulati, UNICEF
Ms Vandana Kohli, Activist and Filmmaker
Mr Vikash Dandekar, Journalist
Mr Anant Zanane, Independent Journalist


11:00 am11:00 am – 12:30 noon
 

Session 11 : Plenary session

Topic : High Level Ministerial Panel on cross-sectoral commitment and action towards right to health

12:30 pm12:30 pm – 12:45 pm
 

Resolution signing and unveiling

12:45 pm12:45 pm – 1:30 pm
 

Closing ceremony

Master of Ceremonies: Jayant Danish Chibber


Session Time

Arrival of Hon’ble Governor at Minto Hall, Bhopal

To be received by

Hon’ble Health Minister,

Principal Secretary (Health)

12:45 pm

National Anthem (Police Band)

12:45 pm -12:46pm

Welcoming Hon’ble Governor of Madhya Pradesh

12:46pm– 12: 50 pm

Conclave Brief by Health Minister and Resolution announcement by PS (Health) for Hon’ble Governor of MP

12:51pm –01:05 pm

Closing speech by Hon’ble Governor of MP

01:06 pm – 01:16 pm

Thank you speech by Health Minister

01:16 pm – 01:20pm

National Anthem (Police Band)

01:21pm

Hon’ble Governor bids adieu

01:30 pm01:30 pm – 02:30 pm
 

High Level Lunch Hosted By Hon’ble HM In Honour Of Delegates

Lunch is hosted by Hon’ble Health Minister in the honour of Hon’ble Governor of Madhya Pradesh (For Hon’ble Governor’s approval)
Departure / Sightseeing for the dignitaries

Speakers

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    Mr. Arvind Ahuja

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    Mr. Arvind Ahuja

    VICE PRESIDENT, WORLDWIDE PUBLIC SECTOR, AMAZON WEB SERVICES
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    Mr. Arvind Ahuja

    VICE PRESIDENT, WORLDWIDE PUBLIC SECTOR, AMAZON WEB SERVICES
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    Airport Road Gandhi Nagar, Bairagarh, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh 462036

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    Bhopal Junction

    Navbahar colony, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462039

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    E-2 arera colony Habibganj, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462023

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    Nadra Bus Stand Ghoranakkas, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462001

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