Cabinet approves formation of National Health Authority

The Government of India dissolved the existing “National Health Agency” and restructured it to form a new body called as “National Health Authority” (NHA) for better implementation of Pradhan Mantri – Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY) The decision was taken by the Union Cabinet meeting chaired by Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enable faster decision making and ensure smooth implementation of Ayushman Bharat scheme – hailed as one of the world’s largest health insurance scheme. Whats new about NHA? NHA’s governing board will be chaired by the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare along with other members being NITI … Continue reading Cabinet approves formation of National Health Authority

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Journey or the Destination?

What do you enjoy – the journey or the destination? Well, probably depends on whether you are traveling to office (destination) in #NammaBengaluru #Traffic (journey) – it’s a different matter… you may not like both!!!😜😜😜 However, if you are running a full #marathon or just began your #startup…? then it makes sense to enjoy the journey as the destination is definitely not in sight anytime soon. We often keep hearing stuff like 1) SUCCESS is 1% Inspiration & 99% Perspiration 2) STARTUP = 10% Idea but 90% Execution 3) POLITICS is … 4) FUND RAISE is … Guess, similarly DESTINATION … Continue reading Journey or the Destination?

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Digital Health for All : Trends 2016-2020

“Digital Health” term seems to create a buzz in every healthcare forum or conference today. Why not? If “Health for All” needs to be a reality as envisioned by World Health Organization (way back in 1981!) – now is the best time to make it happen, and it can be possible ONLY if Technology + Digital revolution are integrated with today’s healthcare delivery model By 2020, about 78 million customers across the globe are going to use home health technologies, and most healthcare providers/models are working hard to adopt to the new way healthcare is going to be delivered – … Continue reading Digital Health for All : Trends 2016-2020

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Not To Do List – #StartUp

1. Meeting without Agenda 2. Saying “Yes” to everything or to please somebody… 3. Spending more time on competitors or investors viz a viz customers 4. Repeating same mistakes again 5. Responding to mails as they come 6. Every problem does NOT need a fix 7. Multitasking 8. Not sharing ideas because somebody will copy! 9. Don’t skip breakfast 10. Postponing something which can be done in 2 mins… Share your thoughts, comments, tips and if you agree that in a start up having “Not To Do List” makes more sense then To Do List? Continue reading Not To Do List – #StartUp

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Mobile Phone Usage & Its Effect on Your Health – Tip of the Iceberg?

Please take 2 min survey below http://goo.gl/forms/Ht4jhZJ7a1 There are extensive studies and research done on the effects of mobile phone/devices due to the radiation or electromagnetic fields produced by the mobile phones. The International Agency for Research on Cancer have hinted at possible carcinogenic link in human beings and radiation – however WHO is expected to conduct a formal risk assessment by 2016 of all studied health outcomes from radiofrequency fields exposure. As we see rapid adoption of mobile phone across the globe – the health effects of the mobile phone and any potential public health impact needs to be looked at more seriously. … Continue reading Mobile Phone Usage & Its Effect on Your Health – Tip of the Iceberg?

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Indians talk fast, eat fast but sadly don’t walk fast or as much… #Change Food and Lifestyle Habits today to prevent Diabetes!

Most Indians who have worked in a diverse multi-cultural organizations know that Indians tend to talk very fast and our western counterparts find it difficult to comprehend – well nothing new in that! (Don’t think I need to provide a citation or reference for this statement) However, a recent survey conducted by pharma major Abbot, showed 62% of those interviewed had a body mass index of over 22.9 and 65% had uncontrolled blood sugar levels. An interesting observation made by Dr Shashank Joshi, president of the Indian Academy of Diabetes was that Indians tend to eat so fast that the pancreas struggles to keep up … Continue reading Indians talk fast, eat fast but sadly don’t walk fast or as much… #Change Food and Lifestyle Habits today to prevent Diabetes!

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