Dr. Mudit Saxena is a highly accomplished administrator with a Masters in Hospital Administration and an Executive MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. He did his MBBS from SMS Medical College, Jaipur and pursued academics with Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A. and Singapore Management University. Mudit has over 18 years of experience in leadership roles in corporate, trust and public sector healthcare organizations. He started his career serving at primary health centres in rural India. He later joined as the pioneering member of the first Private Medical College in the state of Rajasthan in India. He worked with tertiary care superspecialty chain - Wockhardt Hospitals at key positions and later headed the Fortis Hospital at Cunningham Road, Bangalore. Dr. Saxena went on to serve the flagship hospital of Fortis – FMRI, Gurgaon as the Program Director. Before joining CARE Hospitals he was associated with HCG Enterprises Ltd. – the leading Cancer Chain of Hospitals in India as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) managing the operations of key hospitals. He launched HCG Homecare Services and spearheaded strategic initiatives for the Group. Currently, he serves as Group CEO for Care Hospitals – the fifth largest chain of hospitals in India. The group operates through 14 hospitals in 6 cities across 5 states in India. Mudit has served as Chairperson, Key Speaker and Panelist at various international and national healthcare forums. He was Chairman at the Healthcare World Asia Conference 2013 (Singapore), Key Speaker at Healthcare World Asia Conference 2014 (Singapore) and National Oncology Nursing Conference 2015 (Bangalore), as well as Keynote Speaker for the Cisco Healthcare Forum 2015 (Bangalore). He was a panelist at the UK India Healthcare Summit 2016, organised by the BSICC at UK Parliament, London. His deep and incisive knowledge of Indian Healthcare Industry is exceptional. In 2015, he was recognised for his "Outstanding Contribution to Indian Healthcare Industry” by the Editorial Guild of Leading Healthcare Publication of India. He has also been a mentor and guide to over 30 students across the country as well as abroad.