Closing the gap in Cancer care

By | February 4th, 2022|AMPH stories|

  February 4 is not just another date in the calendar. It’s World Cancer Day, the day when we all come together to contribute to a change in our little ways. “The butterfly effect refers to the fact that an action, as insignificant as a butterfly flapping its wings can ultimately result in a typhoon [...]

Can healthcare go the “Uber” way?

By | February 2nd, 2022|AMPH Discussion Circle|

A growing number of startups classify themselves as “patient aggregators” on similar lines as “taxi aggregators”. While the founders and the investors behind these projects would vouch for the benefits and value that these projects add to healthcare delivery, there’s are certainly some unanswered doubts and apprehensions.    AMPH Co 2022 students Dr. Karun Singla and [...]

How is telehealth going to transform healthcare delivery in India?

By | January 19th, 2022|AMPH Discussion Circle|

Telehealth has been at the forefront of the rapidly evolving healthcare delivery models in India, especially now during the pandemic. While the benefits of telehealth are quite evident, there are some questions that need to be addressed for it to be widely accepted and adopted. Some of these are: How do we ensure quality in telehealth? Who [...]

A long road to diabetes management

By | November 26th, 2021|AMPH stories|

  November is the National Diabetes Awareness Month. As someone who has been battling with the disease for a few years now, I wanted to write about something that has bothered and affected me throughout my journey with this complicated disease.   I still remember sitting outside my gynaecologist’s office, for my annual check-up, holding an envelope the nurse had just handed over. The envelope had my investigation results from the morning. My mind went [...]

From ‘microscopic’ pathology to ‘macro’ impact healthcare outcomes

By | September 2nd, 2021|Doctors of ISB|

Dr. Sujata Dhanuka, Head of Operations, Lupin Diagnostics shares her journey of transformation from being a pathologist to becoming an agile industry leader working in the diagnostics industry. Sujata is an alumnus of the PGP Co 2010. On her current work and profession  An MD in Pathology by qualification, a natural choice for me after ISB was [...]

New-generation tech driving healthcare in times of crisis

By | July 29th, 2021|Healthcare Technology|

Healthcare and technology were intricately related since time immemorial. After all, what is the use of technology if it cannot help humans, especially now that the whole world is going through the Covid-19 pandemic? There is no doubt that the pandemic has allowed patients and providers to embrace new-age technology as part of their routine [...]

From radiology to driving digital transformation

By | July 8th, 2021|Doctors of ISB|

  In the early 1990s, radiology was still an emerging branch in India. I was very clear in my head that by the age of  27, I needed to start earning and thus went for a specialisation in radiology which takes only three years,” says Dr. Avinash Nanivadekar, Head Radiologist & Chief Digital Officer, Grant Medical Foundation, Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune. Avinash is an alumnus [...]

From authoritarian to an empathetic, inclusive leader

By | July 7th, 2021|Doctors of ISB|

“I lived my father’s dream of becoming a doctor and, in the process, it became my dream as well,” says Dr. Meinal Chaudhry, Director – Radiodiagnosis & Chief - Strategy, Branding, Digital Marketing & Corporate Communications, Aakash Healthcare. Meinal is an alumna of the AMPH Co 2019 at ISB. Growing up, Meinal saw many doctors in the family and naturally became inclined towards this profession. As she treaded the path of medicine, she became passionate about radiodiagnosis and [...]

From the Indian Army to delivering tech-driven quality care to rural India

By | July 7th, 2021|Doctors of ISB|

“There is a dearth of good healthcare managers in the corporate sector,” says Dr (Major) Sayed Moulana, Director of Quality, MFine & an alumnus of AMPH Founding Class at ISB.  A clinician-turned management professional, Sayed served five years in the Indian Army, treating patients, before moving to the corporate sector. “I was always passionate about serving the armed forces [...]

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