New Delhi, October 31, 2023 — The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) HealthTech Committee has appointed Dr. Vaibhav Kapoor, Co-founder of Pristyn Care, as the new Chair, and Mr. Manoj Balaji, CEO of TatvaCare, as the new Co-chair, following their election to the posts.
The IAMAI HealthTech committee is dedicated to actively contributing towards the progress and growth of the digital health sector through policy engagements with governmental departments, regulatory bodies, opinion leaders and industry stalwarts. The committee actively engages in key sectoral issues pertaining to telemedicine, e-pharmacy, e-diagnostics, new age surgical models, and health data privacy. Additionally, the committee showcases industry efforts and concerns through knowledge papers, research reports, conferences, policy advocacy, and provides a platform to all its members to build business opportunities.
The newly appointed Chair Dr. Vaibhav Kapoor, Co-founder, Pristyn Care said, “It is an honour to serve as the Chair of IAMAI’s HealthTech group, following in the footsteps of visionary leaders. With a strong emphasis on collaboration, my aim is to contribute to the advancement of new age healthcare models and cutting-edge health tech. Our collective efforts are directed towards fostering inclusive and accessible healthcare, keeping patients at the heart of all initiatives, and working in close coordination with the Ministry and Government of India’s vision of equitable and accessible health care for all.”
Mr. Manoj Balaji, CEO, TatvaCare, incoming Co-chair, shared his perspective on the transformation of India’s HealthTech sector, stating, “Amidst the ongoing dynamic digital transformation, India’s HealthTech sector is poised for a remarkable journey. Digital health records, with their efficiency and patient empowerment, are on the verge of revolutionizing the healthcare landscape. India possesses unique advantages, including a clean slate with the absence of legacy systems that make innovation, transformation, and disruption highly feasible. With a sizable, tech-savvy population and a growing appetite for digital services, the nation stands at the precipice of healthcare digitization. The progress will be driven by the determination of innovators and supported by government initiatives like ABDM. As a member of the IAMAI HealthTech leadership, I eagerly anticipate collaborating with peers, the government, and the entire healthcare ecosystem to unlock new frontiers and ensure a seamless healthcare journey for every citizen.”
About Internet and Mobile Association of India
Established in 2004, the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) is a not-for-profit industry body and the country’s only organization representing the digital services industry with over 500 Indian and multinational corporations as its members, which include established companies in diverse sectors of the digital ecosystem as well as start-ups. It is dedicated to presenting a unified voice of the businesses it represents to the government, investors, consumers, and other stakeholders. IAMAI represents varied sectors such as digital payments, fintech, digital commerce, digital advertising, digital entertainment, traveltech, online gaming, edtech, healthtech, agritech, big data, ML, AI & IoT, AR/ VR, logistics-tech, D2C, EV, VC, gift cards and so on.