Archbishop Anil Couto inaugurated the Catholic Health Association of India’s (CHAI) 76th National Health Conference at the Holy Family Hospital. The theme of the two-day national health conference attended by over 200 Catholic hospital heads from across India was “Healthcare on the margins of society, Innovation for quality care.” Visakhapatanam’s Archbishop Prakash Mallavarappu, who is also CHAI’s Ecclesiastical Advisor, issued the Catholic Health Association of India’s “Vision 2030” report. Archbishop said the long-term plan for Vision 2030 will help the organization concentrate on its goals focused on the expected developments in the area of health and innovation for the next decade. Rev Dr. Mathew Abraham, CHAI’s Director-General delivered a comprehensive Vision report arising from long-term planning of social impact with various stakeholders and technical experts such as TC4A, a global tech agency. The plan has a ten-year transformation program to provide compassionate and quality care to CHAI while keeping it affordable to marginalized people. As part of the Vision 2030, various digital technologies for enhancing quality healthcare, including the CHAI Academy, a clinical e-learning platform to promote professional capacity building in leadership and healthcare, have been introduced. The conference had panel discussions with members of the state on cooperation with government health programs such as Ayushman Bharath. The experts addressed questions of accreditation and quality of care at the meeting, including recommendations for all CHAI participants to be certified to NABH. The General Body endorsed the VISION 2030 document, which provides a long-term development plan for the Catholic Health Association.