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Healthcare is the conservation of health by the anticipation, analysis, medication, repossession, or antidote of disease, sickness, grievance, and other physical and mental injuries among people. Health professionals in related health fields’ deliver Healthcare. Healthcare system refers to the totality of resource that a society distributes with in organization and health facilities delivery for the aim of upholding or restoring health. To improve the health status of the population the goals are the reduction of mobility and mortality rate, increase in expectation of life decrease in growth rate of population, high nutritional status, and basic sanitation. It is nothing but the upkeep of health by several ways like preclusion, analysis, action, cure and other physical and mental impairments.

  • Track 1-1Types of Healthcare
  • Track 1-2Healthcare Industry
  • Track 1-3Health System
  • Track 1-4Healthcare Research
  • Track 1-5Healthcare Financing
  • Track 1-6Administration and Regulation
  • Track 1-7Health Information Technology
  • Track 1-8Role of Doctors in Health Promotion
  • Track 1-9Role of Doctors in Health Promotion
  • Track 1-10Home and Community Care
  • Track 1-11Athletic Training
  • Track 1-12Physical Therapy
  • Track 1-13Dentistry
  • Track 1-14Pharmacy
  • Track 1-15Midwifery
  • Track 1-16Nursing
  • Track 1-17Optometry
  • Track 1-18Audiology
  • Track 1-19Psychology
  • Track 1-20Occupational Therapy
  • Track 1-21Neurological Biomarkers

E-Health refers to the usage of data and communication technology in healthcare. E-Health management system uses a variety of tools and ideologies in material and communication technology to increase health care in terms of electrical healthcare tools. This management includes the potentiality and opportunities of E-Health. Data management methods are used to accomplish E-Health data, as well as accuracy, performance and correct functions of health information systems are important in data maintenance and health management.

  • Track 2-1E-Health Tools
  • Track 2-2Data Exchange
  • Track 2-3Big data systems used in digital health
  • Track 2-4Mobile Health (mHealth)
  • Track 2-5Virtual healthcare
  • Track 2-6Consumer health IT data
  • Track 2-7Health IT systems
  • Track 2-8Telehealth and telemedicine
  • Track 2-9Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
  • Track 2-10Electronic Health Records (EHR)
  • Track 2-11E-Health Data Administrative Process
  • Track 2-12E-Mental Health

Nursing education is a hypothetical and practical training given to nurses for the reason to set them up to the obligations as nursing care experts. This education is given by experienced nurses and other qualified medical professionals. Most of the countries offer nursing courses that are substantial to general nursing or to certain areas which include mental health nursing, paediatric nursing and post-operatory nursing.


  • Track 3-1Nursing Informatics
  • Track 3-2Nursing Education
  • Track 3-3Types of Nurses
  • Track 3-4Patient Education
  • Track 3-5Gender Issues
  • Track 3-6Occupational hazards
  • Track 3-7Medication
  • Track 3-8Scope of Activities
  • Track 3-9Nursing Specialties and Practice Settings

The Sociology of Health and Illness concentrates at three regions: 1: conceptualization, 2: Measurement and social distribution, 3: justification of patterns in health and illness. Based on these the researchers can understand diseases by sociological lens. The occurrence and reply to various diseases differ by culture. Researchers can see if health affects different kinds of social regulations or controls based on bad health. While determining the spreading of health and illness, it is necessary to look at official statistics and community surveys. Official statistics make it possible to take a note of people who are treated.

Social factors show a major role in emerging health and illness. Epidemiology studies show that self-sufficiency and controller in the workplace are vibrant factors in the etiologic of heart disease.

  • Track 4-1The Social Organization of Healthcare Systems
  • Track 4-2The Global Patterning of Health
  • Track 4-3The Global Patterning of Health
  • Track 4-4Impact of Inequality and Poverty on Health
  • Track 4-5Current Trends in Health Housing
  • Track 4-6Core Factors Influencing Management Burden Issues
  • Track 4-7The Social Organization of Healthcare Systems
  • Track 4-8Frontiers in Healthcare Sociology
  • Track 4-9Medical Sociology
  • Track 4-10Role of Sociology in Public Health
  • Track 4-11Role of Sociology in Health Affairs
  • Track 4-12Qualitative Methodologies of Health and Medicine Sociology
  • Track 4-13The Politics of Healthcare Reform

Hospital superintendents are inevitable by legal and moral integrities to deliver qualitative health services that progress well-being of the community. The public leaders and medical officials are the primary people to showcase the public interest regarding health law, care producer policies, and organizational rules. In specific, the highest priorities for administrators represent the qualitative care and patient security. Stakeholders rely on hospital administrators to ensure whether care provider administrations are meeting these criterions or not. As a result, health care administrators completed many tasks that involve in actively promoting quality and safety in the patient treatment. To achieve these intentions, it is crucial that administrators are to be recruited, trained, and carefully monitored accomplish public health care essentials.

  • Track 5-1Hospital CEO
  • Track 5-2Service Line Administrator
  • Track 5-3Health Informatics Manager
  • Track 5-4Operations Director

Diabetes is a long-term disorder that ascends by changes in the way in which insulin is formed and used. Insulin is a hormone that enables the consumption of glucose, by cells, for energy production. The storage of glucose is promoted by Insulin as glycogen, and plays an important role in lipid metabolism. Deficiency of insulin causes the levels of blood glucose levels to increase, causing life threatening results possibly. The pancreas stops production of insulin which causes excessive thirst, urinating frequently, fatigue and severe illness which require instant treatment injecting insulin daily to uphold life, in TYPE 1 Diabetes. Whereas TYPE 2 Diabetes develop when the pancreas are unable produce enough insulin for the body needs.

The World Diabetes may not be the end but it would be rather the beginning to prevent the misery of this disease.

  • Track 6-1Types of Diabetes
  • Track 6-2Key Statistics on Diabetes
  • Track 6-3Resources used to Identify Outcomes of Diabetes
  • Track 6-4Diabetes Public Health Policy
  • Track 6-5Public Health Aspects of diabetes
  • Track 6-6Cultural competence in Diabetes
  • Track 6-7Cultural Diversity Awareness in Diabetes
  • Track 6-8Role of Insulin in Development of Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Track 6-9Diabetes Mellitus
  • Track 6-10Prevention of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
  • Track 6-11Diabetes Insipidus
  • Track 6-12Diabetes Risk Factors
  • Track 6-13Possible Reasons of Diabetes
  • Track 6-14Diabetes and Puberty a Glycaemic Challenge

Health care is changing rapidly, and also the play role of the pharmacy staff in providing care is changing. The Primary subject in health care’s evolution is the use of computers information and technology to boost care is collectively known as “Informatics”. In formal way medical informatics is the “ground of information science that is startled with the study, use and proliferation of medical data and information to different features of healthcare and medicine by using the application of computers.” Whereas pharmacy informatics compact with the presentation of pharmacy-related health data for a different  purposes.

The American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy (ASHP) formally defines it as “For the purpose of improving health outcomes in the medication-use process the usage and integration of data, information, knowledge, technology, and automation. Pharmacy informatics involves in the broad association in between pharmacists, pharma technicians, physicians, nurses, personnel of information technology, and other professionals in healthcare.

  • Track 7-1Role of Pharmacy Informaticist
  • Track 7-2Electronic Health Records
  • Track 7-3Telepharmacy
  • Track 7-4Smart Pumps in Pharmacyinformatics
  • Track 7-5Robotic IV Automation in Pharmacyinformatics
  • Track 7-6Inventory Management Systems
  • Track 7-7E-Prescribing
  • Track 7-8Electronic Medication Administration Records (eMARs)
  • Track 7-9Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE)
  • Track 7-10Bedside Bar Coding
  • Track 7-11Automated Dispensing Cabinets
  • Track 7-12Technologies used within Pharmacy Informatics
  • Track 7-13Pharmacy Technician Informaticists
  • Track 7-14Community Pharmacy Technicians
  • Track 7-15Health-system Pharmacy Technicians
  • Track 7-16Pharmacy-Related Medicare Star Measures
  • Track 7-17Opportunities in the Field of Pharmacy Informatics

Neuroinformatics is a research area that focuses on forming neuroscience data by analytical tools and computational replicas. It associates data across all scales and levels of neuroscience to comprehend the complex functions of the brain and work to treatments for brain-related illness. Neuroinformatics encompasses of the techniques and tools for obtaining, allotting, storing, publishing, inspepcting, demonstrating, visualizing and aping data.

Neuroinformatics helps researchers to work collected and share data diagonally by different facilities and different countries within the discussion of tactics and tools to integrate and analyse the data. It is possible to integrate any type of data across various biological organization levels in this field.

  • Track 8-1Key Functions of Neuroinformatics
  • Track 8-2Bioinformatics of Behaviour
  • Track 8-3Advances in Ethics for the Neuroscience Agenda
  • Track 8-4Advances in Ethics for the Neuroscience Agenda
  • Track 8-5Success and Challenges of Modern Neuroscience
  • Track 8-6Neuroinformatics as a Mega Science Issue
  • Track 8-7Computational Neuroscience
  • Track 8-8Neuroimagining and Neuroinformatics
  • Track 8-9Benefits of Neuro Informatics
  • Track 8-10Bioinformatics of Behaviour

Dental Informatics includes the usage of computer and information science to advance dental practices, researches, education and management. It’s a sub-category of biomedical informatics.

This is a budding range of interest in both academic circles and practicing dentists. Dental schools and dental hospitals are establishing a conversion in health care communication practices and implementing Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems and Health Information Exchanges (HIEs). Dentistry is beginning to engage information technology in order to meet clinical, administrative, research, and educational needs more than constantly.

  • Track 9-1Scope of Dental Informatics
  • Track 9-2TeleDentistry
  • Track 9-3Virtual Reality Dental Training Systems
  • Track 9-4Applications in Clinical Dentistry
  • Track 9-5Applications of Dental Informatics
  • Track 9-6Primary Areas in Dental Informatics
  • Track 9-7Different Dental Specialities
  • Track 9-8Dental Information System
  • Track 9-9Applications of Dental Informatics
  • Track 9-10Oral Health Information System

Oncology and Public Health is a structure for development in middle and low income countries. The suggested classic public health oncology-in-practice program concentrates on 1: Primary care Strengthening, 2: Procurement of comprehensive health data, 3: Aiming at key risk factors transversely in a community, 4: Development to access and afford high quality facilities, and 5: Creation of  a tele-home hospice system.

  • Track 10-1Need for Public Health Oncology
  • Track 10-2Public Health Oncology in Real LMCs World
  • Track 10-3Fundamentals of Oncology for Public Health Practitioners
  • Track 10-4Preventive Oncology

The probable impact on women’s health is predominantly intense. Starting from "digital" birth control to a wearable breast pump device, the women’s health market is looking for an unparalleled surge of innovation. The estimation of women’s health market is to be worth over $50B by 2025 globally, with recent outlay and controlling activities presenting growing interest in the planetary.

There are many apps that help women to track their health. Some of them are: Concepta, Progenity, Endodiag, KaNDy, Toto Health, HARA Med, etc.

  • Track 11-1Provider-to-Provider Telemedicine
  • Track 11-2General Healthcare Tracking App
  • Track 11-3Fertility Solutions Apps
  • Track 11-4Cancer Care Apps
  • Track 11-5Nursing Care Apps
  • Track 11-6Women’s Health Market Apps
  • Track 11-7The State of Women’s Health
  • Track 11-8Women’s Health Clinics
  • Track 11-9Fertility Diagnostics
  • Track 11-10Most Common Diseases and Conditions Affecting Women
  • Track 11-11Digital Healthcare for Patient Centricity
  • Track 11-12Pregnancy Care Apps

Clinical informatics is alarmed with the use of information in health care  for clinicians Clinicians team up with other health care and information technology professionals to progress health information tools that endorse patient care which is safe, well-organized, effective, appropriate, patient-centered, and unbiased. Many of the clinical informaticists are computer scientists.

Clinical care Informatics is the application of informatics and information technology to supply healthcare services. It can also be referred as applied clinical informatics and operational informatics. Clinical Care Informatics has a broad range of topics starting from clinical decision support to visual images.

  • Track 12-1Working of Intensive Care Informatics
  • Track 12-2Clinical Medicine
  • Track 12-3Common Data Elements (Cdes) In Clinical Research
  • Track 12-4Data Sharing Platforms For Clinical Study Data
  • Track 12-5Clinical Research Informatics
  • Track 12-6Computational Health Informatics

The science of skin and body health deals with the study, analysis, and treatment of situations related to skin and body. Dermatologists are doctors who are trained in this area. Disorders of skin come under dermatology. This branch is distributed majorly into medical and surgical fields and focuses on skin and body disorders.

  • Track 13-1Clinical and Therapeutic Dermatology
  • Track 13-2Skin Rejuvenation and Resurfacing Therapy
  • Track 13-3Vitamin Disorders of Skin
  • Track 13-4Health and Nutritious Diet
  • Track 13-5Latest Trends in Laser Treatments
  • Track 13-6Latest Trends in Laser Treatments
  • Track 13-7Trichology and Hair Transplantation
  • Track 13-8Skin Burns and Skin Related Cancers
  • Track 13-9Acne and Scar Pigmentation
  • Track 13-10Psoriasis and Genetic Skin Diseases
  • Track 13-11Psoriasis and Genetic Skin Diseases
  • Track 13-12Cosmetology and Aesthetic Medicine
  • Track 13-13Anti-Aging Strategies and Treatment
  • Track 13-14Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
  • Track 13-15Paediatric Dermatology
  • Track 13-16Clinical Dermatology Therapies
  • Track 13-17Diagnosis for Skin and Body care
  • Track 13-18Skin and Body Fitness
  • Track 13-19Herbal and Ayurvedic Approaches

Mental health is a state of positive act of mental function, which results in productive activities, satisfying relationships with people, and the capability to adjust to changes and manage the challenges. Mental disorders are the health situations which are considered by modifications in thinking, mood, or behaviour associated with distress and weakened functioning. Mental disorders subsidise to a swarm of problems that include frailty, pain, or death.

  • Track 14-1Emerging Issues in Mental Health and Mental Disorders
  • Track 14-2Applications of Forensic Microbiology
  • Track 14-3Concept of Forensic Microbiology
  • Track 14-4Hidden Mental Health Network
  • Track 14-5Grand Challenges in Global Mental Health
  • Track 14-6Treatment and Prevention of Mental Disorders
  • Track 14-7Mental Health Systems and Services
  • Track 14-8Mental Disorder and Violent Behaviour
  • Track 14-9Sociology of Mental Disorder
  • Track 14-10Common Mental Disorders
  • Track 14-11Heredity in Health and Mental Disorder
  • Track 14-12Classifications in Mental Disorders
  • Track 14-13Types of Mental Illness
  • Track 14-14Risk Factors
  • Track 14-15Symptoms and Causes of Mental Illness
  • Track 14-16Understanding Mental Health and Mental Disorders
  • Track 14-17Investigative and Diagnostic Microbiology

Forensic microbiology is the study of genetics, pathogens and contagions in an everlasting competition to have people safe and to path that bring harm. This field is fairly new and evolving still. With a risk of bioterror and bio crime, the quick documentation and subtyping of infectious agents is important. Microbial genetic analysis is an appreciated tool in this ground. The United States Department of Homeland Security recognized the Bioforensics Analysis Center to become the foremost U.S. biodefense research institution that involved in bioforensics.

  • Track 15-1Expansion of Microbial Forensic
  • Track 15-2Forensic and Autopsy Microbiology
  • Track 15-3Bioterrorism
  • Track 15-4DNA Profiling

In this talk, the key forces determining wait periods during healthcare, the developing usage of methods and gears from other industries to advance healthcare contact, and the transfer near an individual-centered model of care can be described. From our own experiences leading our healthcare organizations, we have undertaken these intricate topics. Notably, the acknowledgement that improves access and scheduling require system-level revolution and that transformation should uncover previously unrecognized resources and improve all aspects of care delivery. While good clinical care maintains the expectation, health and supporting systems are respectful to individuals.

  • Track 16-1Wait Times as a Systemic Problem
  • Track 16-2Scheduling and Wait Time Metrics
  • Track 16-3Need for Strategic Design
  • Track 16-4Managing the Health Care Workforce
  • Track 16-5Changing Role of the Customer-Patient
  • Track 16-6Considering the Health Care Setting
  • Track 16-7Role of Patient Acuity and Triage
  • Track 16-8Scheduling in a Complex System
  • Track 16-9Cost of Waiting
  • Track 16-10Exploring New Models of Scheduling

Healthcare is one among the vast segments in revenue and employment. The demographic and economic factors combine, resulting in the increase in healthcare coverage all over the world. The encounters that the healthcare sector faces are extensive, but the opportunities are compelling equally to develop new infrastructure and provide medical equipment.

  • Track 17-1Clinical Research
  • Track 17-2Tele Medicine
  • Track 17-3Types of Tele Medicine
  • Track 17-4Medical Tourism

The hospital management system (HMS) is unified software that handles various divisions of clinical workflows. It achieves the even healthcare routine within the administrative, medical, lawful and monetary control. It’s is a foundation for the fruitful operation of the healthcare talent. The clinic management system offers certain mechanization of many important daily routines. This software shields the facilities that amalgamate and shorten the work of healthcare professionals and their connections with patients.

  • Track 18-1Advantages of Hospital Management System
  • Track 18-2Automation of Clinic Management
  • Track 18-3Functions of Hospital Management System
  • Track 18-4Components of Hospital Information System

The key purpose of health-related AI applications is to examine relationships between prevention and treatment techniques and patient outcomes.

The practice of complicated algorithms and software to compete human reasoning within the study of complex medical data is theArtificial Intelligence (AI) in Healthcare . AI is the capability for computer algorithms to estimate conclusions without straight human input. The ability to gain information, process it and bounce a well-defined output to the end-user differentiates AI technology from traditional technologies in health care. Using machine learning algorithms AI does this. These algorithms can identify patterns in behaviour and creates own logic. AI algorithms need to be tested repeatedly, to reduce the margin of error. AI algorithms act inversely from humans in two ways: (1) algorithms as literal (2) and algorithms as black boxes.

  • Track 19-1AI and Robotics Transformation in Health Care
  • Track 19-2Implications For The Healthcare Workforce
  • Track 19-3Patient Engagement And Adherence Applications
  • Track 19-4Diagnosis And Treatment Applications
  • Track 19-5Robotic process automation
  • Track 19-6Decision Theory in AI
  • Track 19-7Medical image computing
  • Track 19-8Derma scanner
  • Track 19-9Creation of New Drugs
  • Track 19-10Drug Interactions
  • Track 19-11Electronic Health Records
  • Track 19-12Disease Diagnosis
  • Track 19-13Disease Diagnosis
  • Track 19-14AI In Radiology
  • Track 19-15 AI Technologies
  • Track 19-16The Future Of AI In Healthcare

The origin for of 60% of deaths around the world is the Chronic Diseases. 38 million deaths are noticed globally every day because of these chronic diseases. Chronic Disease became the reason for half of the deaths in the world. A continuous monitoring and a healing association with utmost care for the patients with chronic illness are necessary.

  • Track 20-1TYPE 2DM
  • Track 20-2Persuasion Methods
  • Track 20-3Interventions of improving chronic care results
  • Track 20-4Chronic Care Model
  • Track 20-5Risk Factors
  • Track 20-6Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Track 20-7Depression
  • Track 20-8Anxiety
  • Track 20-9Chronic Lung Disease
  • Track 20-10Cardiovascular
  • Track 20-11Diabetes
  • Track 20-12Cancers
  • Track 20-13Organic Model of Health Behaviour

As per World Health Organization, Health Promotion is a method to upturn control over health and to advance health of the people. Many societies, organization individuals are trying to make health as a key part of life. Our main focus is on creating good health and making Positive changes all around.


  • Track 21-1Determinants of Health
  • Track 21-2Principles of Health Promotion
  • Track 21-3Types of Health Promotion

The two ways of conserving health and preventing disease are by 1: Certifying a Healthy environment and 2: Personal Habits. The entire exercise of nature is based on Addition of melancholic matter, Composition of blood and lymph abnormally, and lowered strength.

  • Track 22-1Levels of Disease Prevention
  • Track 22-2Magneto Therapy
  • Track 22-3Chromo Therapy
  • Track 22-4Acupressure and Reflexology
  • Track 22-5Acupuncture
  • Track 22-6Fasting Therapy
  • Track 22-7Physiotherapy
  • Track 22-8Massage Therapy
  • Track 22-9Diet Therapy
  • Track 22-10Mud Therapy
  • Track 22-11Hydro Therapy
  • Track 22-12Curative Aspects of Disease
  • Track 22-13Naturopathy