Providence expands global healthcare innovation centre with new facility in Hyderabad

26 February 2024 | News

Global innovation centre offers specialised capabilities to enable AI- and data-driven digital transformation in healthcare

Providence India, a specialised global healthcare engineering, operations, and innovation centre, has launched an additional new office facility in Hyderabad, and announced plans to more than double its India workforce to support the growing demand for future-ready capabilities in tech-enabled healthcare. 

The new office was inaugurated in the presence of IT Minister D Sridhar Babu; US Consul General – Hyderabad Jennifer Larson; Providence President and CEO Rod Hochman, M.D.; Providence CIO B.J. Moore; Chief Global Officer Murali Krishna, and other distinguished dignitaries and industry leaders.

Providence India was established in February 2020 by Providence, a leading, not-for-profit US health system, to accelerate Providence’s digital transformation journey through a global capability model and run the business of Providence at scale.

In their fourth year, Providence is leveraging its global capability model and expanding its scope and strategy to help multiple US health systems unlock value by accelerating digital transformation, using emerging cutting-edge technologies such as Generative AI, predictive analytics, Cloud solutions, Process Automation, global coverage and more.


The new office facility will serve as a central hub for critical functions, including cloud, cybersecurity, clinical applications and digital solutions, data and advanced analytics, product development, process automation, digital operations, enterprise services, and emerging technologies like GenAI.  Tapping into India’s diverse expertise and rich talent pools, the India hub will actively hire for skills in these areas. 



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