Top 10 Healthcare Tech Companies - 2017
Few months back an Indian-American, Seema Verma, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, was sworn-in as the head of a top American Government healthcare agency by the Vice-President of the U.S. Considering the fact that the U.S. is currently the most valuable healthcare market in the world, with Forbes predicting the market value to be reaching a staggering 18 percent of the country’s total GDP within a year, this instance does highlight something significant. Indian-Americans, by their sheer creativity, innovative skills, domain know-how, and strong business acumen, have become an essential faction of the entire U.S. healthcare economy. With these companies now pouring billions in life science, healthcare devices, and more, the country has been experiencing a growing trend of bright Indian entrepreneurs coming out of the shell and building their own firms in important healthcare verticals.
However, an industry that is tailor-made to address the subtleties of life is bound to come with an array of complexities and the healthcare sector was quite late to catch on with the digital revolution. But now enterprises are coming up with ground-breaking solutions in almost every aspect of healthcare— compliance, hospital operations, patient care and diagnosis, insurance, medication delivery and logistics, diagnosis, and research. Needless to say, Indian companies have carved their own niche in every such vertical, and Seema Verma’s glorious achievement sums it all up on the significance and value Indian- Americans as individuals and entrepreneurs have been delivering in healthcare.
Our next issue— Top 10 Healthcare Solutions 2017 attempt to provide a comprehensive view of the industry through the perspective of ten Indian enterprises who have created a buzz in the U.S. healthcare economy with their groundbreaking innovations. It attempts to take the readers on an enticing journey into the very interiors of the industry, the challenges that have constrained the sector’s digital transformation, and finally how such solutions attempts to completely change the way people experience patient care and healthcare services.