Fortis Healthcare was adjudged “Hospital of the Year in India” and “Digital Savvy Hospital of the Year” at the 2016 APAC Healthcare and Medical Tourism Awards held recently at Bangkok, Thailand.
The awards event was part of the 2016 Asia Pacific Healthcare & Medical Tourism MindXchange Conference whose objective was to address the challenges and future of smart technologies in healthcare and the evolving role of healthcare service providers.
A joint collaboration between Frost & Sullivan and the Global Health and Travel (GHT) publication, the inaugural 2016 APAC HEALTHCARE & MEDICALTOURISM MINDXCHANGE started as the premier Healthcare conference in Asia. With core themes around healthcare delivery, hospital efficiencies, hospital experience and Medical Tourism, this conference provided expert insight into the main trends that are expected to transform Healthcare delivery in the years to come.
The 2016 Asia Pacific Healthcare & Medical Tourism Awards instituted jointly by Frost & Sullivan and Global Health and Travel aim to give recognition to organizations in healthcare and medical tourism across Asia Pacific.
The key criteria for the winners included those who have maintained consistently high standards in delivering customer value and demonstrated outstanding performance in terms of initiatives that can improve the way healthcare is delivered through leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development.
Bhavdeep Singh, CEO, Fortis Healthcare Limited, said, “It is indeed an honour to be adjudged “Hospital of the year in India” and “Digital Savvy Hospital of the Year” at the 2016 APAC Healthcare and Medical Tourism Awards. This is a recognition of the values we strive for through our continued and tireless efforts towards patient-centric healthcare. At Fortis, we believe in challenging ourselves to bring about greater accessibility, affordability and reliability in delivering quality healthcare. Driven by the values of Patient Centricity, Integrity, Innovation, Teamwork and Ownership, we strive to surpass our own exacting standards.”