Artificial intelligence really can have dramatic impact on how we address healthcare in India, how we can become the leading country in the developing world, on how AI is being applied to improve healthcare.
Shahid Akhter, editor, ETHealthworld spoke to Sunil Wadhwani, Founder Donor, WISH Foundation, New Delhi to know about the foundation's adoption of technology in solving the various needs in primary healthcare.
Sunil Wadhwani is planning to add 100 technology-enabled health and wellness centres in the country.
Wadhwani Initiative for Sustainable Healthcare (WISH Foundation), set up by IGate Co-founder Sunil Wadhwani, is planning to add 100 technology-enabled health and wellness centres in the country by October, its founder donor said.
Sunil Wadhwani, Principal Donor, WISH Foundation joins the high level panel on Corporate Partnerships for Impact at CALL TO ACTION SUMMIT 2015 at New Delhi to spearhead a discussion and actionable agenda for increased corporate ownership and investments for ending preventable maternal and child deaths.
Watch out this space to know more Public Private Partnership furing the health care submit in Jaipur on 10th July in Primary Health Care in an informative session titled “Public Private Partnership to Deliver Quality Primary Healthcare: Privatization or Restoration of Citizens Rights to Good Health”
The state cabinet has approved Primary Health Center (PHC) and Sub Center Management through Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the state of Rajasthan. This would cover 800-900 PHCs all over the state catering to 85-90% of the state’s population. In effect this would build the foundation for transforming the primary healthcare delivery system into an innovation-driven, efficient and cost effective model for the country.
The Sankalp Awards, an annual initiative of Intellecap, is a premiere recognition platform for outstanding social entrepreneurs. This year, the Awards bring forth 15 high-impact, innovative enterprises to showcase their businesses to a highly esteemed jury panel. These enterprises were selected from over 400 applicants across sectors such as agriculture, education, clean energy, healthcare, technology and financial inclusion. The winners will be announced at the Summit on April 9th, and one stellar enterprise will receive a cash grant of USD $40,000.
Sankalp Forum, an Intellecap initaitive, aims to influence the global inclusive development discourse through its work with entrepreneurs, impact investors and inclusive businesses in developing markets. Keeping entrepreneurs at its core, Sankalp engages Governments, corporations, influential platforms like the G8 and G20, media and civil society to drive a paradigm shift in inclusive development approaches. Since its inception in 2009, it has connected over 400 enterprises to investors and funders, and built an engaged community of over 23,000.