Agartala 25, November 23: In a recent address, the Chief Minister emphasized the need for collaborative efforts and new initiatives in the development of healthcare services in the state. The Chief Minister highlighted the potential for progress in the field of healthcare through joint endeavors by healthcare professionals and government support, aiming to create a healthier and more sustainable future for Tripura and the nation.
The Chief Minister made these remarks during the inauguration of the 29th Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Clinical Medicine at the International Indoor Exhibition Center in Agartala. He acknowledged the continuous advancements in the field of medical science globally, emphasizing the transformative changes occurring in healthcare through innovations, knowledge, and collaborative efforts.
Reflecting on the unprecedented role played by healthcare professionals and scientists during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chief Minister praised their dedication and highlighted the global awareness of their crucial contributions. He commended the Indian Association of Clinical Medicine for its commendable work in the field and stressed that the conference would not only focus on the intellectual capabilities of healthcare professionals but also shed light on innovations and collaborative efforts in the sector.
More than 30 nationally acclaimed doctors in the field of clinical medicine are expected to participate in the conference, sharing their knowledge and experiences. The Chief Minister noted that initiatives like Mission, Indradhanush, Ayushman Bharat, and the Prime Minister’s Jan Arogya Yojana have brought revolutionary changes in the delivery of healthcare services, aligning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for a healthier nation.
The Chief Minister urged all participants to actively engage in discussions and collaborate effectively, emphasizing that the outcomes of joint efforts would not only benefit the state but also contribute to the well-being of citizens across the country. He expressed hope that the conference would foster a spirit of cooperation among healthcare professionals, leading to positive and transformative policies in the healthcare sector.
Addressing the gathering, former President of the Indian Association of Clinical Medicine, Dr. S. Mukherjee, and the Scientific Committee Chair of the conference, Dr. K.K. Parik, welcomed the participants and highlighted the association’s commitment to promoting intellectual exchange and advancements in clinical medicine.
The conference will continue for three days, concluding on November 26th, with various sessions focused on discussing developments in clinical medicine and recognizing outstanding contributions in the field. The Chief Minister closed his address by encouraging active participation and collaboration, expressing gratitude to the organizing committee for their efforts in hosting the event.