- The annual two-day event will provide a platform for startups for funding, incubation and beta-testing of new health-tech products in association with hospitals
- Free online registration for startups is available till September 15, 2019
CHENNAI/22 August, 2019: CAHOTECH 2019, the fourth international healthcare technology conference of Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations (CAHO), will be held at IIT Madras Research Park in Chennai from September 27-28, 2019.
More than 1,000 healthcare professionals from across the country will attend the event to keep themselves up to date with latest technology and products. A major highlight will be the presence of equity investors and venture capitalists, who will assess participating start-ups in healthcare technology for funding opportunities up to Rs 20 Lacs. In addition, startups will get to explore opportunities for incubation and engaging with hospitals for beta testing of products.
Free registration for start-ups is available online till September 15, 2019 at http://cahotech.com or by calling 98703 18781 / 98996 97587.
Said J Adel, Organizing Secretary, CAHOTECH 2019: “Startups in healthcare looking for funding or beta testing can register for free for Pitchfest at CAHOTECH 2019. There is a total purse of Rs 20 lakhs available for funding. Technology is the driving force behind quality healthcare, helping increase provider capabilities and enabling them to offer better patient care. The focus of the event will be on technological innovations in the areas of process efficiency and optimum utilisation, enhancing clinical and patient care and empowering patients. By bringing health-tech start-ups and investors on the same platform, we aim to capture good technology at early stages and empower the innovators to scale up and grow.”
About CAHO ( www.caho.in )
With a growing number of healthcare organizations achieving NABH, NABL and JCI accreditation, there has been a need for a common platform that will facilitate communication amongst the accredited healthcare organizations, share best practices, and provide benchmarking, while promoting and improving the quality and safety of healthcare services provided by HCOs across India. The Consortium of Accredited Healthcare Organizations (CAHO) is a not-for-profit society that was formed to fulfil this need. It provides a platform to support all the NABH and NABL accredited organizations in the country. It also mentors hospitals in their journey towards accreditation and creates awareness to implement safe practices in healthcare delivery. CAHO believes that appropriate, cost effective technology can help the hospitals to bring about safer and high-quality healthcare delivery.