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NanoHealth partners GVK Biosciences

They are partnering on GVK Bio's HEART, a cloud-based healthcare analytics framework with multiple applications

BS Reporter  |  Hyderabad 

NanoHealth, a social venture founded by a group of alumni of the Indian School of Business (ISB), has partnered with GVK Biosciences proprietary HEART (Health Emphasised Analytical and Reporting Tool) platform - a cloud based healthcare analytics framework with multiple applications.

NanoHealth, specialising in chronic disease management, has launched holistic managed healthcare services for slum-dwellers by creating local health networks and using technology to bring cost-effective healthcare to their doorstep.

“NanoHealth is on a mission to prevent premature deaths caused due to chronic diseases in urban slums. We have a strong team and with the help of credible partners like GVK Bio, we are making progress every day," organisation's chief executive officer, Manish Ranjan, stated in a press release

“The mission of HEART is to improve general health and reduce/reverse progression of chronic diseases by building patient centric, high quality healthcare and clinical systems that are simple and accessible to all and which will enable reduction of healthcare cost for all stakeholders,” GVK Bio senior vice president and head of informatics, Shiva Subramaniam, said.

Founded by five member of ISB alumni, NanoHealth team has been invited by former US President Bill Clinton and the Hult Prize foundation to make a pitch at the Hult Prize finals in New York later this month.

Hult Prize is stated to be the largest student competition in the world and NanoHealth is one of the top six finalists chosen from 11,000 applications this year.

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First Published: Mon, September 22 2014. 20:41 IST