Dr Mukesh Batra honoured at the British Parliament




Mumbai, 27th July, 2016: Dr Mukesh Batra, Padma Shri Recipient and a visionary entrepreneur with professional excellence and experience of over 40 years in the field of Homeopathy was recognized at the House of Commons at the UK Parliament for his path breaking work in the field of homeopathy medicine during the ‘UK India Healthcare Summit 2016’

The attendees at the Summit included healthcare service providers from UK and India, policymakers from UK and India, Members of House of Lords & House of Commons. The Summit focused on sharing healthcare related information between the two nations to seek ways to extend access, improve quality, and lower the cost of care to their citizens.

One of the biggest challenges of medical institutions has been the measurement of treatment outcomes. Treatment outcomes are often subjective, variable and are not defined by specific medical protocols to measure the success of the
treatment. Dr Mukesh Batra, having introduced and successfully implemented effective patient and medical protocols for measurement of patient experience and patient treatment outcome spoke on the how healthcare service providers can use technology for measured treatment outcomes and improving patient experience.  He also spoke on how alternate therapies can be used to lower expenditure on healthcare, which is today a problem in both
countries.

Other eminent speaker at the summit included Mr.Virendra Sharma MP Labour Party, Mr.Bob Blackman MP Conservative Party, Anil Mathew- Director, Continuous Improvement at National Health Service (NHS); Dr. Amarjeet Bhamra – Lead Secretariat, All Party Parliamentary Group on Indian Traditional Sciences among

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