More than 180 delegates from 19 G20 member countries, 10 invited states and 22 international organisations are participating in the meet.
The three-day meeting will emphasise on the need for developing consensus on responding to future health emergencies and related events.
India is one of the top destinations for medical tourism.
The first day of the meeting saw multiple brainstorming sessions.
The three days of the meeting will see important panel discussions.
Panjim's main thoroughfare, the D B Marg, has got a makeover because of the meeting.
Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has extended a warm welcome to the delegates attending the meet.