FICCI FLO's 'Productivity & Public Health' by Dr. K Srikanth Reddy In Conversation with Ms. Sangita Reddy
FICCI Ladies organization, (FLO' invited Padma Bhushan Prof. K Srinath Reddy to address the members of FICCI FLO on 'Productivity & Public Health' at the Park, Rajbhavan Road. He spoke in conversation with Ms. Sangita Reddy
Rekha Reddy, Chairperson FLO Hyderabad said "FLO strives to bring you programmes that widen horizons, thought and awareness. This will help both budding and established businesswomen and professionals in different work areas. Today's topic of public health and its influence on productivity is important to individual growth and the economy of the country. Prof. IC Srinath Reddy, an expert in cardiology and epidemiology gave the eager audience an insight into Public health and productivity. With his expertise and experience he spoke of how each of us can hell, reduce the disease burden of the country. He spoke of various related issues in conversation w ith Sangita Reddy, Executive DiectorApollo Hospitals.
The evening threw light on public health, productivity and role of the industry and of entrepreneurs with inputs from the Best in the Industry —Dr. K Srinath Reddy, President, World Heart Federation & Public Health Foundation of India in conversation with Ms Sangita Reddy, a leading Hospital director and Chairperson FICCI AP Chapter.
The benefits of medical technology can be difficult to measure in economic terms Technology and innovation can turn procedures that were previously difficult or costly to perform into those involving less risk and cost. These enable improvements in the health of the public and thus increase productivity Innovations in medical technology are cited frequently as one of the drivers of increased healthcare costs But less attention is paid to the short- and long-term economic benefits of these innovations.
About FLO: FLO was established in 1983, as a division of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) which is the apex body of industry and commerce in India Its primary objective was to create a platform that voiced the concerns of women entrepreneurs. businesswomen and professionals and promote entrepreneurship and professional excellence. As an all India organization for women. FLO has chapters in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai. Hyderabad, Jaipur, Guwahati and Coimbatore with its head office in Delhi. The Hyderabad Chapter of FLO was launched in 2001 and today has over 400 members FLO