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Raelene Kambli

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‘There is a tremendous potential for healthcare startups not just in India but also rest of the world’

According to NASSCOM Startup Ecosystem Report 2015, India serves as the fastest growing startup-base worldwide and stands third in technology-driven product startups. In an interview with Safir Adeni, President, TIE-Hyderabad

‘There is a tremendous potential for healthcare startups not just in India but also rest of the world’

‘Caripill contains scientifically standardised dose of the papaya leaf extract’

Bengaluru-based Micro Labs recently launched Caripill which helps to increase the platelet count in patients suffering from dengue. Micro Labs further claims that it has received approval by the scientific and regulatory auth

‘Caripill contains scientifically standardised dose of the papaya leaf extract’

‘3D printing empowers international corporates and local businesses to unleash creativity’

Streamlining healthcare costs and increasing healthcare access are two major challenges that India faces. Rajiv Bajaj, GM India, Stratasys India explains how innovative technologies such as 3D printing is the solution to this

‘3D printing empowers international corporates and local businesses to unleash creativity’

‘The foundation of every start up should be the vision to solve an existing problem’

Shashank ND, Founder & CEO, Practo in an interaction with Raelene Kambli shares Practo's success mantra and provides tips for start-ups in India to sustain their business

‘The foundation of every start up should be the vision to solve an existing problem’

Frugal innovation: Key to India’s healthy future?

Frugal innovation could be the answer to India's unmet healthcare needs, provided it is backed by sustainable business strategies, finds Raelene Kambli

Frugal innovation: Key to India’s healthy future?

‘Our TUXEDO study clearly suggests that the new generation everolimus stents are best in terms of efficacy and safety’

Prof Dr Upendra Kaul, Executive, Dean and Executive Director, Cardiology and Academics and Research, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute and Fortis Flt Lt Rajan Dhall Hospital recently presented results of a randomised clinical tr

‘Our TUXEDO study clearly suggests that the new generation everolimus stents are best in terms of efficacy and safety’

‘We have an infrastructure that compares with the best in the world’

A hospital's website plays a vital role in attracting potential offshore patients. Dr Sujit Chatterjee, CEO, Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital, Powai, Mumbai speaks how they have managed to increase the flow of medical tourists to

‘We have an infrastructure that compares with the best in the world’

‘There are several chartered carriers with whom we engage on a regular basis for ferrying medical tourists’

Healthcare providers now feel that good infrastructure will not only improve quality of service but also add value to medical tourism. Dr Rajendra Patankar, COO, Nanavati Super Speciality Hospital, in an interaction with Rael

‘There are several chartered carriers with whom we engage on a regular basis for ferrying medical tourists’

‘EHealth is all set to revolutionise India’

Recently, Fortis Hospital, Mulund was awarded the Asian Hospital Management Award (AHMA) 2015 for ‘Innovations in Healthcare IT' for its effective use of IT to improve healthcare. Satish Sinha – HOD, IT, Fortis Hospital M

‘EHealth is all set to revolutionise India’

‘Our TUXEDO study clearly suggests that the new generation everolimus stents are the best in terms of efficacy and safety’

Prof Dr Upendra Kaul, Executive, Dean & Executive Director, Cardiology and Academics & Research, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute and Fortis Flt Lt Rajan Dhall Hospital recently presented results of a randomised clinica

‘Our TUXEDO study clearly suggests that the new generation everolimus stents are the best in terms of efficacy and safety’

‘Our TUXEDO study clearly suggests that the new generation everolimus stents are the best in terms of efficacy and safety’

Prof Dr Upendra Kaul, Executive Dean & Executive Director, Cardiology and Academics & Research, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute and Fortis Flt Lt Rajan Dhall Hospital, recently presented a randomised indian clinical trial exec

‘Our TUXEDO study clearly suggests that the new generation everolimus stents are the best in terms of efficacy and safety’

Safeguarding India’s Mental Health

India's mental health policy is progressive and radical in its approach, yet may falter without effective implementation. By Raelene Kambli

Safeguarding India’s Mental Health

‘eHealthcare is poised to revolutionise healthcare delivery in India’

MediAngels, founded in 2011, enables patients to get in touch with medical specialists from around the world. Dr Debraj Shome, Co-Founder & Facial Plastic Surgeon, MediAngels explains the venture’s business model and talk a

‘eHealthcare is poised to revolutionise healthcare delivery in India’

The Stent Saga

Overuse and over pricing of stents in cardiac care procedures has been a hot topic for discussion lately. An analysis delving into the factors driving these issues and measures to mitigate them By Raelene Kambli

The Stent Saga

‘It will be a boon to people in rural India who don’t have access to basic medical care’

In a bid to provide reliable healthcare delivery in remote areas at low cost, faculty from IIT Hyderabad has recently proposed a two-tier, telecardiology framework, where ECG records can be transmitted even when available res

‘It will be a boon to people in rural India who don’t have access to basic medical care’

Recipient list (for heart transplants) is ever increasing while donor numbers are dwindling

Recently, Fortis Hospital, Mulund conducted two successful heart transplants following concentrated and speedy coordination between airport authorities, hospitals, government officials and traffic constables to create green c

Recipient list (for heart transplants) is ever increasing while donor numbers are dwindling

Government has to make certain rules and specify the steps to simplify donation

Heart transplants in India face many challenges. Right from finding a donor to arranging the logistics for the transplant, these roadblocks have taken many lives. However, in the past few years, experts see some winds of chan

Government has to make certain rules and specify the steps to simplify donation

OPPI concludes 4th Healthcare Access Summit in Mumbai

Healthcare Access Award 2015 announced

OPPI concludes 4th Healthcare Access Summit in Mumbai

‘It will be a boon to people in rural India who don’t have access to basic medical care’

In a bid to provide reliable healthcare delivery in remote areas at low cost, faculty from IIT Hyderabad has recently proposed a two-tier, telecardiology framework, where ECG records can be transmitted even when available res

‘It will be a boon to people in rural India who don’t have access to basic medical care’

‘Human milk banks are a tool by which we can reduce IMR’

What is the best measure to bring down infant mortality? Experts across the globe say that the answer is to encourage breast feeding. But what happens to babies whose mothers for some reasons cannot provide them with adequate

‘Human milk banks are a tool by which we can reduce IMR’

‘We need to establish milk collection centres in India’

Dr Jayshree Mondkar, Professor and HOD - Neonatology; & Director, Human Milk Bank, Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College and General Hospital, Sion, recently visited Brazil to understand how they run their milk bank and un

‘We need to establish milk collection centres in India’

No rules to the game

The Indian diagnostic sector's poised for growth; however lack of regulations is a major deterrent By Raelene Kambli

No rules to the game

‘We want to advocate for at least one concrete policy change with respect to people affected by leprosy’

The Government of India claims that the country has been able to eliminate leprosy as a public health threat in 2005. However, the Disabled People’s International (DPI) has a different story to tell. Javed Abidi, Chairperso

‘We want to advocate for at least one concrete policy change with respect to people affected by leprosy’

‘There is still a huge untapped market for mental wellness services in India’

ePsyClinic.com is a new concept for dealing with mental health problems. Shipra Dawar, Founder & CEO, ePsyClinic.com shares the concept behind her business model and plans for the company in India, with Raelene Kambli

‘There is still a huge untapped market for mental wellness services in India’

God Incarnate or Fallen Angel

The taint of corruption in healthcare has forced us to ask whether doctors are god incarnate, fallen angels or merely flawed mortals like the rest of us? By Raelene Kambli

God Incarnate or Fallen Angel

We are looking for strategic tie-ups with healthcare institutes

GrandOpinion is a new platform for patients seeking a second opinion before taking medical decisions. Raelene Kambli speaks to Ashish Dhar, Founder Director, GrandOpinion to understand the concept and the company’s prospect

We are looking for strategic tie-ups with healthcare institutes

‘We offer tests in a sub-set area of genetics, called as metabolomics’

Abhimanyu Kumar, Founder and CEO and Susheel Singh, Co-Founder, Director and CTO, Preventine speak about genetic diagnostics in India, the market for preventive tests and their strategy to reach out directly to the end users,

‘We offer tests in a sub-set area of genetics, called as metabolomics’
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