Mumbai, June 20 (ANI-Business Wire India): Noted healthcare economist and award Winning Indian American Surgeon Dr. Mukesh Hariawala will deliver an important keynote address at the fourth Annual India Leadership Conclave and Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2013.
The event is being organised by Asia's most analytical news media Indian Affairs in association with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs,at a power packed industry gathering on Friday in Mumbai.
The Network 7 Media Group is organising its historic fourth Edition of India Leadership Conclave 2013 with top leading faces of India addressing the conclave under the theme "New India, Agenda For Change".
More than 300 business tycoons, diplomats, politicians, social reformers and delegates from middle east, Europe are expected to attend the high profile set to throw a new directions to the new India.
Dr. Mukesh Hariawala will specially fly from Boston, U.S., to India to deliver the keynote address on " Barack Obama' 2nd Term, Business Implications on Indian Healthcare System".
With the president's re-election, "Obamacare" moving forward, President Obama's health plan, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), includes provisions that require upgrades to health care IT; many health systems already have begun the process of converting to electronic medical records.
The ACA also has provisions that directly affect consumers, such as allowing everybody to apply for health insurance electronically. The changes also encourage more electronic communication and coaching between providers and patients, such as video chats instead of office visits.
In general, Americans can expect a continuation of Obama's first-term technology policies. Look for more battles over how much control telecommunications companies have over the Internet, and for efforts to shore up cyber defenses and increase access to broadband.
There are mixed responses in India on what Indian Healthcare system is going to gain out of the Obamacare.
Experts feel that Dr. Hariawala's lecture will throw new light and open up a wider debate, considering Hariawala's close understanding of Indo-American business implications. (ANI)