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Tech Invest Forum: India’s Innovation Quotient Gets A Fillip Thanks To Creative Business Solutions With High-Investment Potential

It is an exciting time to be a product startup in India. The country is among the hottest innovation hubs in the world – thanks to a growing talent pool, seasoned investors and a strong impetus from the government for socially impactful innovation. Investors and product startups believe that the time is ripe for robust support systems in the form of investments for startups to become market-ready ...

Leader Talk: Interview with Minesh Doshi, Director, Silver Touch Technologies

1. The company has been around for a very long time. Please share your thoughts on how the landscape has shaped up, laying emphasis on digital disruption. How differently are you doing things now? Yes, it has indeed been a very long journey especially after having started from a Tier 2 city (Ahmedabad) where the ecosystem leaves a lot to be desired. Later on, we expanded to Mumbai, Delhi, USA, UK ...

TechVoice: A Conundrum called “Business Requirement Document” alias “BRD”

Dr. Chandrika Kambam, Vice President – Clinical Services, Columbia Asia Group of Hospitals, on developing robust IT infrastructure in hospitals in line with their immediate needs Over the last couple of years, I had an opportunity to work closely with information technology (IT) team on various initiatives that we undertook to improve and support our business processes. I was the bridge betw...

Innovate2Transform: Nearing Golden Hour Intervention with Artificial Intelligence

Did you know that cardiovascular diseases in India have increased from 1.3 million in 1990 to 2.8 million in 2016? To complicate matters further, the symptoms of a heart attack can be as simple as back pain, arm pain, chest pain, and is usually misdiagnosed. That is why the first action when a heart attack occurs can make or break the situation! Fortunately, the shortened time between the onset of...

LHIF Healthcare Insurance Roundtable: Transformation Through Digital Innovation

    Participants (from Left to Right) Surendra Tiwari, General Manager – Operations, National Health Authority Rajagopal Rudraraju, Sr VP and Product Head-Health & Health Claims, Tata AIG Deepak Bharadwaj, Director – Technology, Legato Health Technologies Jayshree Mapari, Manager Market Access, AstraZeneca Anuradha Sriram, Appointed Actuary, Aditya Birla Raghuram Janapareddy, Directo...

Digital Healthcare Solutions for Medical Professionals & Businesses

Digital transformation solutions has touched all walks of life and all domains of industries. The healthcare industry is no different from the course of digitisation, which indeed has resulted in new terminologies such as digital healthcare, digital health, mobile healthcare, health  information management, mHealth, telehealth etc. Some of the applications includes appointment management, online c...

TechVoice: Disruptions in Healthcare Delivery – Are We There Yet?

This piece has been authored by Dr. Chandrika Kambam (MBBS, MD, MBA, PGDMLE, ABMCQ), Vice President – Clinical Services, Columbia Asia Group of Hospitals – India Disruption is the Healthcare Delivery In 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined health with a phrase that is still used today. “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the...

How Technology Is Powering the World’s Largest Healthcare Program – An exclusive interview with Dr. Indu Bhushan, CEO of Ayushman Bharat

Dr. Indu Bhushan, CEO of Ayushman Bharat Ayushman Bharat – a healthcare scheme so large that its beneficiaries are almost equal to the population of Canada, Mexico and the United States of America combined – making it undeniably the largest healthcare scheme in the world. Launched in September 2018, Ayushman Bharat has been touted as a ‘game changer initiative to serve the poor’. At the time of la...

5th Lifesciences & Healthcare Innovation Forum: A Recap

The 5th Lifesciences & Healthcare Innovation Forum held on April 30th in New Delhi’s Shangri-La Eros Hotel was a resounding success. This was the first time the event was held in the capital, and witnessed its highest ever turnout of 170 attendees. With Digital Propulsion of Universal Healthcare as its central theme, there was enthused participation from various stakeholders including hospital...

Why Digital Propulsion Is The Answer to India’s Growing Healthcare Challenges

In the 16th century, the Portugese brought modern medicine to India, with the French and British establishing India’s first hospitals in mid-17th century in erstwhile Calcutta and Madras. Today, there are more than 196,000 hospitals in India. As of 2016, the Indian healthcare market stood at $110bn and can reach $280bn by 2020. The healthcare industry has grown by leaps and bounds – not only has i...

“Universal Healthcare – Digital Propulsion”

                    Sponsorship Entitlement • Branding as an LHIF Sponsor on the event page hyperlinked to the sponsor’s homepage • Prominent branding in all communication and outreach activities related to the event (Digital Media Promotions, EDM’s, Banners, Newsletters etc.) • One 15-minute keynote address on the topic of sponsor’s choice with final approval by NASSCOM • Prominent visibili...

Healthcare Begins at Home

NASSCOM CoE fostering Innovation and Thought Leadership on Technology for better home healthcare Owing to lower doctor-to-patient ratios, poor healthcare infrastructure, spiralling costs and long-distance travel for patients, especially in the context of rural India, availing timely healthcare is a challenge today. But fret not. Having a hospital at your doorstep is now a reality, thanks to techno...

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