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Interpreter of rural maladies
15 Oct
2011
  • Posted by S. MEERA
  • 1 comments

The availability of quality healthcare services in the semi-urban and rural segments of India is woefully insufficient. With affordable services, Vaatsalya Healthcare’s business model is focused on catering to the medical needs of Tier-II and Tier-III towns

Injecting a new lease of life
15 Oct
2011
  • Posted by MAHATHI R. ARJUN
  • 0 comments

By focusing on developing niche generic drugs, Celon Laboratories hopes to continue leveraging technology-driven products that focuses on cancer treatment and critical care. As its targets a turnover of Rs. 140 crore this fiscal, it hopes to fortify its place and venture into newer avenues

A healthy business
15 Jul
2011
  • Posted by Mahathi R. Arjun
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Over the last 30 years, Metropolis Healthcare has grown from being a single laboratory in Mumbai to a multi-national chain with over 65 labs. Having taken both the organic and inorganic routes to growth, the company is eyeing a turnover of Rs. 350 crore this fiscal

A “cure“ for rural healthcare
15 Jun
2011
  • Posted by S. Prem Kumar
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M. Damodaran, ex-chairman of SEBI, Sabahat S. Azim, a medical doctor and an IAS officer from Tirpura and Ashutosh Kumar Shrivastava, ex-Major of the Indian Army have teamed up to solve one of India’s most challenging problems, rural healthcare. Together, they aim to set up a chain of 2,000 hospitals across rural India

Clear Vision
15 Oct
2010
  • Posted by S.Prem Kumar
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R. D. Thulasiraj, executive director at Aravind Eye Care System believes that getting rid of bottlenecks in an effective manner is the key to its success

‘Devising’ Medical Innovation
15 Mar
2010
  • Posted by S. Prem Kumar
  • 0 comments

Perfint Healthcare, a company focused on innovative solutions for interventional oncology (branch of medicine that deals with cancer), is addressing an immediate need. Their first product, PIGA CT device, is focused on making the diagnostic process more efficient.

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