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DIVOC Health appoints Prof Rajesh Chandwani as Board Member

14 April 2021 | News

With rich knowledge of the industry, Prof Chandwani comes with an incredible expertise in the areas of healthcare management, human resource management and information technology

DIVOC Health, a healthcare start-up dedicated to bringing innovation in Indian healthcare sector, announced the appointment of Prof Rajesh Chandwani as their Board Member. With rich knowledge of the industry, Prof Chandwani comes with an incredible expertise in the areas of healthcare management, human resource management and information technology.

Prof Chandwani is a faculty at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He is trained as a Medical Practitioner (Paediatrician) and Researcher at Baroda Medical College and IIM Bangalore. He completed his PhD in May 2013 from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. He accomplished his MD in Paediatrics from Baroda Medical College in 1999. He has also worked as a Paediatrician in Public Sector hospitals in Gujarat, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Commenting on the development, Dr Kanav Kahol, Founder, DIVOC Health, said, “All these years, we have dedicatedly invested in distinctive capabilities in acquisitions. Today I am delighted to welcome an industry stalwart Prof Rajesh Chandwani to be a part of DIVOC Health's Board, that will further help us strengthen our capabilities. His industry knowledge coupled with deep understanding of healthcare and technology will help us drive the next phase of sustainable growth while remaining true to our core mission.”

Sharing his thoughts Prof Chandwani, said, “I am happy to be a part of the enthusiastic team at DIVOC Health. It is a great opportunity to work at the intersection of HRM and technology for designing innovative solutions for healthcare issues in India.”

Prof Chandwani has been awarded with multiple accolades including the Best Innovation award in 2014, best paper award from the Indian Society of Training and Development (ISTD) Paper in 2013 to name a few.

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