Enabling Digital Health from India
We are a Section 8, non-profit organization working towards enabling Digital Transformation of Healthcare in India. It’s time to stand up & be a
Digital Health Changemaker
DHIndia Association (also known as Digital Health India Association) is registered with Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India as a Section 8 company, under the Companies Act, 2013.
Founded with a mission to advise National and State Governments on policy decisions of strategic and tactical interests, help adoption of national EHR standards, design pragmatic regulatory frameworks, create collaborative platforms for academia-industry partnerships, power workforce development for on-the-ground implementations and promote cross-disciplinary education and research in the area of Digital Health.
DHIndia Association is incorporated with the Registrar of Companies, Karnataka with CIN U85300KA2019PL127585.
How Can You Contribute
BECOME A Member
Join DHIndia Association as a member to power the Digital Transformation of Healthcare emanating from India
BE A STUDENT MEMBER
You will be joining a group of Healthcare change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the Healthcare Industry
AS an Advisor
To mentor and guide the next-gen healthcare leaders and provide thought leadership and direction to the Team
Why DHINDIA ASSOCIATION?
“To create an organisation with proper governance structures in place & geared to lead the various Digital Health Initiatives across public and private organisations in India.“Dr. Uma Nambiar, Chairperson, DHIndia Association
“We should be getting ready for the NDHB India rollout & the purpose of starting DHIndia Association is that we can discuss, delegate roles and responsibilities and be ready when the time comes to make an impact with our initiatives.”Dr. Pramod Jacob, CEO, DHIndia Association
- Use of a telemedicine registrySince decades there were huge efforts by various govt. agencies , academia, and industry on not only implement telemedicine but scale it. Though some implementation happened, scaling was rare. Covid have made life very tough for many who seek care, some times made it nearly impossible to visit hospital and get help from the doctor. … Continue reading Use of a telemedicine registry
- Forecasting the capacity and predicting the patient load for COVID hospital – Part 3Presenting part 3 of the series. How SIR modelling helped in forecasting and the importance of these predictions for a remote, rural district COVID designated hospital in Jharkhand in taking proactive action successfully.
- Forecasting the capacity and predicting the patient load for COVID hospital – Part 2Continuing with part 2 of the series. Here we get into the modelling and show how it helped a district in Maharasthra in the past 5 weeks take pro-active steps. Ending with an interview with one of the administrators of that district COVID hospital.
To become a member, please contact us for more information about Memberships, Our Initiatives and our mission and vision