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Neelam M Kachhap

Articles By Neelam M Kachhap

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Are you afraid of the dark?

The world of cancer is a dark place with complex, ever increasing data. Cognitive computing is poised to be the shining becon of hope which would light up an oncologists’ path to treatment. By M Neelam Kachhap

‘In India,HIV/AIDS carries a woman’s face’

Dr Glory Alexander recently received the coveted Dr BC Roy National Awards from the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee. Founder of ASHA foundation, Dr Alexander is known for her work in the field of HIV/AIDS in Karnataka. I

‘In India,HIV/AIDS carries a woman’s face’

Tune into chatter

Are hospitals in India harnessing the power of social media to grow business and visibility or struggling to understand the medium? By M Neelam Kachhap

‘Cascading cost of sale virtually eliminates our profit margins in India’

Recently, Philips India held the 4th edition of Philips India Innovation Experience in Bengaluru. The healthcare company launched, innovative products like the children’s respiration monitor, Air Purifier Series 3000 and Ai

‘Cascading cost of sale virtually eliminates our profit margins in India’

‘We feel proud that we have created an excellent medical and para-medical manpower to serve the nation’

Dr DS Rana, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital has been re-elected as the Chairman, Board of Management. M Neelam Kachhap speaks with him about his plans for the hospital

‘We feel proud that we have created an excellent medical and para-medical manpower to serve the nation’

FILTERING VALUE

Driven by the need for better diagnostic services for kidney disorders, the market for renal function tests is witnessing double digit growth By M Neelam Kachhap

FILTERING VALUE

BREAKING BARRIERS TO DIALYSIS

With new business models and renewed interest from the government, the dialysis market in India is ready to break barriers of accessibility and affordability By M Neelam Kachhap

BREAKING BARRIERS TO DIALYSIS

‘Cochlear not only restores hearing but it brings back confidence’

In India, three out of 1000 people have moderate, severe or profound bilateral hearing loss. This handicap is often treated as a low profile disability (as it cannot be seen), which leads to very low awareness about this somb

‘Cochlear not only restores hearing but it brings back confidence’

‘Our focus is to raise Cleveland Clinic’s brand awareness to every nook and corner of India’

US-based Cleveland Clinic is looking to provide liaison services to patients in India. Deepika T Grandhi, Business Development Head, Cleveland Clinic, spoke to M Neelam kachhap on Cleveland Clinic’s plans in India

‘Our focus is to raise Cleveland Clinic’s brand awareness to every nook and corner of India’

MRI scans are better than MDCT while evaluating hepatic disease

Imaging is a process that is essential to understand the dynamics of transplantation. It also reveals the intricate biological aspects that determine graft survival. Dr Sonal Asthana, HPB and Multiorgan Transplant Surgeon, As

MRI scans are better than MDCT while evaluating hepatic disease

‘Medicover will have four clinics in Delhi in the next two months’

Medicover, European private healthcare provider, is set to enter India with the fertility business. John Stubbington, CEO, Medicover was in India recently and spoke to M Neelam Kachhap about the company’s plans for India

‘Medicover will have four clinics in Delhi in the next two months’

‘HSSC Karnataka proposes to set up a model chapter which will be replicated in other states’

Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) of India recently launched its Karnataka chapter. Dr Alexander Thomas, Chairman, HSSC, Karnataka State speaks to M Neelam Kachhap about the ecosystem for quality vocational education and

‘HSSC Karnataka proposes to set up a model chapter which will be replicated in other states’

‘We aspire to be an active catalyst to increase the pace of digitisation in the imaging sector’

Sushant Kinra, MD, Carestream Health India divulges his company's plans for the next fiscal, its growth strategies for the Indian market, plans to tap the prevailing opportunities in the public healthcare sector of India and

‘We aspire to be an active catalyst to increase the pace of digitisation in the imaging sector’

‘We have 176 hospitals where we give treatment free of cost’

Karnataka's Minister for Health and Family Welfare, UT Khader is known for his progressive outlook. The sunny side of his personality is also underlined by his acts of benevolence like lending his car to ferry accident victim

‘We have 176 hospitals where we give treatment free of cost’

‘The main challenge that we face is lack of education and knowledge amongst the masses about cancer’

Dr (Prof) Santanu Chaudhuri, Chairman - Radiation Oncology, Nayati Healthcare speaks to M Neelam Kachhap about the challenges in radiation oncology in India

‘The main challenge that we face is lack of education and knowledge amongst the masses about cancer’

‘We have the first university- recognised centre for study of diabetology in India’

Dr Aravind R Sosale, Founder Director, Diacon Hospital, Bangalore speaks to M Neelam Kachhap about his diabetes speciality hospital as well as research and training in diabetes care

‘We have the first university- recognised centre for study of diabetology in India’

Ushering A New Era

Dr Lal Pathlabs is determined to reach where no diagnostic service provider has ever been By M Neelam Kachhap

Ushering A New Era

‘Our future products will find a place in the pockets of each individual’

Helyxon Healthcare Solutions has recently launched a compact fever monitoring system. M Neelam Kachhap speakes to Vijai Shankar Raja, CEO, Helyxon Healthcare Solutions to find out about the technology and wearable devices mar

‘Our future products will find a place in the pockets of each individual’

CSR in Indian hospitals: A changing panorama

CSR is gaining prominence and popularity in Indian healthcare with hospitals seeking to move away from traditional notions and accept responsibility for the community as a stakeholder in corporate activity By M Neelam Kachhap

CSR in Indian hospitals: A changing panorama

‘Today, in India, CSR is starting to play a major role in areas like education and health’

Jasbir Grewal, Head, Fortis Charitable Foundation and Executive VP, Fortis Healthcare, discusses the challenges involved in implementing CSR at hospitals in India, with M Neelam Kachhap

‘Today, in India, CSR is starting to play a major role in areas like education and health’

Big Data Analytics And Indian Healthcare

Rationale for big data analytics in healthcare is cogent, however implementation is one of the biggest hurdles providers face along with data security. To ride this new wave of business intelligence, Indian healthcare provide

Big Data Analytics And Indian Healthcare

‘In three to five years’ time we want to become the most trusted name in healthcare’

With the recent acquisition of Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital, Max Healthcare has become the biggest healthcare network in NCR in terms of number of beds. In addition, an influx of funds of Rs 766 crores from South Africa's Li

‘In three to five years’ time we want to become the most trusted name in healthcare’

The Sapient Surgeon

Medanta - The Medicity is a testimony to Dr Naresh Trehan's chutzpah and endurance. Now, the cardiothoracic surgeon-cum-entrepreneur has a five-year plan for his four-year old business. Will his strategy help him scale greate

The Sapient Surgeon

‘Affordable and accessible care is part of our mission’

Bosch Healthcare is extending its reach in India. Guruprasad S, General Manager, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions, talks to M Meelam Kachhap about technology as an enabler to drive efficient healthcare system,

‘Affordable and accessible care is part of our mission’

‘Our aim was to provide a complete, one-stop solution for diagnostic testing’

Recently Bengaluru-based Medgenome, a genetic diagnostics and research company raised Rs 130 crores ($20 million) from Sequoia Capital in series B funding. Sam Santhosh, CEO, MedGenome shares the plans for the growth of the c

‘Our aim was to provide a complete, one-stop solution for diagnostic testing’

SGRH: Tracing A Success Saga

Healthcare ventures in the private sector in India have always been for-profit entities but some charitable hospitals in India have managed to focus on growth and impact society without altering their philanthropic DNA. Sir G

SGRH: Tracing A Success Saga

‘Inspirata is posed to be our legacy and greatest success’

Recently, Inspirata, a US-based cancer diagnostics solution provider launched its India operations with their first R&D facility in Bengaluru. The company plans to help speed up cancer diagnosis, research and teaching by prov

‘Inspirata is posed to be our legacy and greatest success’
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