Bharat Gera is a pioneer in the digital transformation of healthcare by leveraging innovative technology aligned with strategic goals since 1999.
Truly ahead of the times, his vision and ability to understand the importance and potential of technology in healthcare sets him apart. Bharat has a sterling journey as an innovation healthcare leader where he designed and implemented multiple projects for Digital Healthcare across stakeholders globally.
Among his many key achievements, Bharat designed and implemented Telemedicine Registry and Evaluation Study for India and was responsible for the creation of Virtual Family Visit, a unique innovative service for Wockhardt Hospital, winning international acclaim as the first hospital to offer web visits in 1998.
He has over two decades of experience in the Healthcare domain both in India and USA, covering Healthcare Providers, Health Insurance, and the Pharmaceutical/Drugs Industry.
Bharat is once again leading the innovation curve and is in the process of setting up a platform for the digital healthcare ecosystem to collaborate and advocate human centricity in the delivery of healthcare solutions.
A true health innovator to the core, Bharat is guiding the leadership team of the Global Women's Health Innovation Conference to stay true to the spirit of innovation.
Friday 13th october
Unveiling the Unseen: Caring for the Invisible Women - A Focus on Women Aged 65+
- Dementia in Women: A Gendered Perspective on Challenges, Care, and Empowerment
- Geriatric Care
- Assisted Care with Medical Technology and Innovation
Dr Radha S Murthy, Co-Founder & Managing Trustee Nightingales Medical Trust.
Dr.Arvind Kasturi, Team Leader Geriatric Centre Project St John’s Medical College, Bangalore.
Dr. Uma Nambiar, CEO, Bagchi Parthasarthy Hospital, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Dirk de Korne, Staff Director of Care & Welfare, SVRZ Servicecentrum, Netherlands.
Session Moderated By:
Bharat Gera, Founder, Human Centric Healthcare Ecosystem.