Representing the interests of the over 120,000 physicians of Indian origin, leaders of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), the largest ethnic organization of physicians, for 40 years, AAPI Convention provides a platform for medical education programs and symposia with world-renowned physicians on the cutting edge technology in medicine.
With a view to helping AAPI members better understand the recent trends in the delivery of healthcare to millions across the nation, the forthcoming 40th annual convention, being organized by the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) June 23-25, 2022 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas is planning a high power CEO Forum, featuring experts and leaders in the healthcare industry, Dr. Anupama Gotimukula, President of AAPI, announced.
Dr. Gotimukula said: “Physicians and healthcare professionals from across the country and internationally will convene and participate in the exchange of medical advances, to develop health policy agendas, and to encourage legislative priorities in the years to come.”
Conceived and developed by Dr. Joseph M. Chalil and Mr. Bob Miglani, and building on the successful experiences of the past several years of the popular CEO Forum at the 40th edition of AAPI’s annual Convention, to be attended by world-renowned healthcare leaders will address: “The Future of Healthcare: Technology, Transformation and Beyond.”
“Continuing on the successful experiences of the past several years of the prestigious CEO Forums, AAPI is pleased to announce the HealthCare CEO Forum, which will focus and deliberate on two extremely important challenges of Global contemporary relevance, and harness the vast reservoir of intellect and experience in this group to help provide solutions and direction,” Dr. Miglani said.
“Thought leaders from Healthcare, Pharmaceutical and Technological Companies will discuss ways to ensure that lower cost and effective medicines with the highest quality in an ever changing world utilizing the latest technologies,” said Dr. Chalil.
Representing the interests of the over 120,000 physicians of Indian origin, leaders of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), the largest ethnic organization of physicians, for 40 years, AAPI Convention provides a platform for medical education programs and symposia with world renowned physicians on the cutting edge technology in medicine.
Featured speakers at the CEO Forum are; Rebecca Seidel, President, Cardiac Ablation Solutions- Medtronic; Samuel Conaway, President, Worldwide Sales of Boston scientific; Robert Mattacchione, Chairman, CEO of Novo Integrated Sciences; Dr. Ingrid Vasiliu- Feltes, CEO, Softhread inc.; Dr. Prem Reddy, CEO, Prime Health Care; and, Dr. Juby Jacob-Nara, Vice President, Sanofi; Dr. Monika Kapur, CEO University Medical Associates
“With the changing trends and statistics in healthcare, both in India and US, we are refocusing our mission and vision, AAPI would like to make a positive meaningful impact on the healthcare delivery system both in the US and in India,” Dr. Ravi Kolli-President-Elect of AAPI said.
“The 2022 AAPI Annual Convention & Scientific Assembly offers the participants at the convention a rare platform to interact with and listen to leading physicians, healthcare professionals, academicians, scientists, and leaders of the hospitals, technology , medical device and pharmaceutical companies,” said Dr. Anjana Samadder, Vice President of AAPI.
“The annual convention this year is being hosted by local chapter, Texas India- American Physicians’ s Society, San Antonio. The annual convention offers extensive academic presentations, recognition of achievements and achievers, and professional networking at the alumni and evening social events,” said Dr. Jayesh Shah, Chair, AAPI Convention & Past President of AAPI. “A pool of dedicated AAPI leaders are working hard to make the Convention a unique event for all the participants,” he added.
“AAPI has made its presence felt across the nation, through its many roles it plays and the several noble causes and programs its supports both here in the US and in India, and is now set to take this largest ethnic group of physicians in the United States to the next level of continued growth and stability,” Dr. Satheesh Kathula, Secretary of AAPI said.
“From being an ethnic organization, committed to the cause of ethnic Indian American physicians and many noble causes that we advocate for, AAPI’s role has come to be recognized as vital among AAPI members, the larger Indian American community, and among Lawmakers,” said Dr. Krishan Kumar, Treasurer of AAPI.
(The author is Media Coordinator, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin)