24 May 2021 | News
Under his leadership, MyHealthcare has developed solutions to help support the fight against the second wave of COVID-19
Aneesh Nair, Co-founder and Chief Information Officer, MyHealthcare, a speciality health tech startup, has been recognised by Centre of Recognition and Excellence (CORE) as the most influential CIOs across India.
Nair has been recognised for his contribution towards building an integrated, digital patient care ecosystem that enhances clinical decision making and supports and manages long-term care using artificial intelligence (AI). This system uses complex algorithms designed to mimic human cognition and perform certain tasks in an automated fashion at a fraction of the time and cost.
Under his leadership, MyHealthcare has developed solutions to help support the fight against the second wave of COVID-19. MyHealthcare started offering MyHealthcare@Home, which allows COVID patients with mild symptoms to receive the required care at home digitally, through its platform, which has built-in trackers for alerts if a patient's vitals are outside the permissible range.
Speaking on this recognition, Nair said, “It is a great honour to be part of this prestigious list. The use of technology and AI has helped in these trying times to a large extent and we need to keep this pace going. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work in this direction at MyHealthcare and elated to have been recognised for my contribution to this space. We will aim to provide speciality healthcare to everyone in India.”
Shyatto Raha, Founder and CEO, MyHealthcare said, “Nair has been instrumental in the growth of MyHealthcare since its inception and more recently in rolling out our COVID related initiatives to support hospitals and clinics in these trying times.”