What we're about

The purpose of this meetup is to assist entrepreneurs and innovators to identify the opportunities in the entire healthcare industry across the globe. If you already have a startup, then we assist in reaching your true market potential. Here is the where the rubber meets the road. A true test place for your ideas in the real world. We invite highly accomplished physicians, physician entrepreneurs an array of personnel from reputable from Healthcare IT professionals, HMO/IPA founders and CEOs. .Investors ,bankers,attorneys that deal with healthcare industry will be present to assist you . Not being lost in whole thing ,we make sure you focus on most important subject in the endeavour is patient/consumer . That is where buck stops . That is where your bucks begin to come.

Healthcare transformations 3.0 identified three critical areas that need innovation.

The Innovation must bring meaningful, sustainable and quantifiable relief to consumer's well being and patient's suffering, it is the ultimate solution for the healthcare and so do ours.


We need to make a fundamental shift in healthcare from PROVIDER CENTRIC to Technology centric system. You should think about " health kiosk" before you think of a doctor. Delivering quality healthcare to seven billion people across the globe through an extremely limited number of doctors is statistically impossible. There is no reason unless warranted, to take little Jimmy for a cough and cold in American suburbia to a hospital where you have a potential risk of getting exposed to Multidrug-Resistant bacteria ( MDR) to deadly viruses. It is impossible to transport a pregnant woman in a remote village in Afghanistan, to an institutional setup like a hospital. If you succeed in inventing a technology that is easily portable that is easy to operate, you solved the serious health care crisis. Access to healthcare is old talk, delivering healthcare directly to the patient is THE new paradigm. It is not just providing additional tools and patch works to assist the doctor but replace with Kiosks where doctors are not available.



Patients cannot be lost, viruses cannot escape. Opportunity to create truly consumer or patient-driven health care system, . Healthcare is the only industry do not have true competition. It is chosen by insurers, even in cases when you are paying from your own pocket. . . Another huge opportunity is in the non compliance area of patients with diabetes,hypertension ,COPD and other chronic conditions,. Not taking medications on time, or ignoring annual health checkups. The end result of noncompliance is a huge burden on the healthcare system. We can not assign the problem to individuals.while staggering 30% noncompliance rate suggests it is a systemic failure. . This area is great ripe for innovative processes.

Processes can be invented and reoriented.


If you build a machine and you are the only one knows how to use it that is going to be your first and last machine of that kind. The constant complaint from healthcare industry is nonavailability of skilled technologists,.Lack of skilled personnel creates the bottleneck in the health care delivery system.

There is an huge opportunity for simulated training programs in the healthcare area. For example, if you can reduce traditional training time, and create more machine learning based algorithms that would create additionally trained technologists in a shorter than usual time,.Ultrasound and Xray modalities are one of those examples.

Your innovation must create more skilled, more knowledgeable and more compassionate providers of healthcare.


If you reduce pain for a cancer patient or prevent heart attack for your loved one, or you could stop a woman dying while giving birth, through your innovation, it is truly self-fulfilling.

There is an Indian proverb " manava sev is madhav sev" ., "Service to man/woman is service to God"

Come and join with me in this adventurous journey of innovation, to become the future part of the care team

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