Institutional Activities

IIM Udaipur concludes pioneering Digital Healthscape

:- The webinar centered on the theme of ‘Rethinking Healthcare Management with Digital Solutions’ :- Webinar on digital solutions for healthcare management in India Over 800 professionals attended the webinar :- The webinar included a panel discussion on “How Digital Solutions Could Help Shape the Future of Healthcare in India”


Udaipur: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Udaipur organized a pioneering webinar to discuss and gain insights into possible digital solutions for effective healthcare management in India on March 16, 2022. It was a collaborative effort of the Institute’s Center of Healthcare and the Centre of Excellence in Digital Enterprise Management.

The webinar centered on the theme of ‘Rethinking Healthcare Management with Digital Solutions’ and saw the presence of more than 800 participants who were healthcare professionals, medical practitioners, medical researchers, and digital heads, along with faculty, staff, and students of IIM Udaipur.

In his address, Mr. Kiran Anandampillai, CEO and Founder – iDrishti and Adviser (Technology) at National Health Authority, India, said, “With healthcare going digital in many ways, there are still many challenges which need to be resolved. To save the longitudinal reports/information of a patient’s health and standardize the machine-readable report, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and National Health Authority have started sharing the health records through Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission by digitally linking PHR addresses of individuals and lodging the reports in standardized FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) format.

This initiative comes with a Health Information Exchange and Consent Management (HIE-CM) system giving individuals control and consent of their information to be shared with the providers. The digital health stack initiative of NDHM provides the framework for the next generation of the healthcare system in India. This will help India leapfrog into the next-gen digitized healthcare eco system like what Aadhar and UPI did in domains such as citizen identity and financial system. The national health stack also opens lots of entrepreneurial/consulting opportunities to those interested to work in the cutting edge of digital space and contribute to the healthcare domain.”

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