VISION 2020: The Right to Sight-INDIA Knowledge Hub Presents this Webinar.
With the second wave of COVID-19 hitting India way harder than expected, a lot of management decisions would need to be taken for institutions to tide over the second COVID-19 wave. Many hospitals will experience the challenges with respect to their own evolving context. From lockdowns to transport restrictions, shortage of supplies or equipment breakdown, dwindling financial reserves and managing HR in uncertain times. There would be a lot of learnings from the first lockdown that we need to build upon to come out resilient post the pandemic. How can we build upon our learnings from the first wave and ensure that we can be better equipped in handling the challenges of the second wave and maybe even be better prepared if a third wave occurs?
1. Managing capacity and productivity
Dr. R Venkatesh, Chief Medical Officer, Aravind Eye Hospital, Pondicherry
2. Inventory – supplies and consumables
Mr. Anjaneyulu, Assistant Director, LVPEI, Hyderabad
3. Retaining Human Resources
Dr. Madhu Bhadauria, Chief Medical Director, Sitapur Eye Hospital, Sitapur
4. Building Corpus
Vanessa D’Souza, Chief Executive Officer, SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action), Mumbai
5. Preparedness for Equipment Maintenance
(Mr UV Kannan, Executive Director – Research and Development, Appasamy Associates Pvt. Ltd.), Chennai
Facilitator: Aaron Basaiawmoit, CEO, Bansara Eye Care, Shillong and Board
Member on VISION 2020 INDIA representing northeast zone.
May 25, 2021