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ISBInsight Student Challenge

ISBInsight invites you to participate in its first Student Challenge. It is an opportunity for ISB students to contribute toward the thought leadership repository at ISB. Participating in the competition is a great way to engage in stimulating conversations around business and research topics through visual or audio-visual contributions and to win prizes!

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Transforming Data for Policy Impact

Avik Sarkar in conversation with Bhimasankaram Pochiraju Avik Sarkar, Officer on Special Duty (OSD) at NITI Aayog, and in-charge of the NITI Aayog Data Analytics Cell visited the Applied Statistics and Computing Lab at ISB in March 2018. Below are excerpts of his conversation with the Late Professor Bhimasankaram Pochiraju, Clinical Professor and Executive Director of the ASCL. Data is critical for the …

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Digital Health Start-ups in India: The Challenge of Scale

By Hanu Tyagi Digital health start-ups are bringing novel technologies such as wearable tech, telemedicine, genomics and artificial intelligence to the Indian healthcare system. Hanu Tyagi surveys the start-up landscape and offers pointers for the challenge of scaling up. The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) pegged the Indian Healthcare Information and Communications Technology (ICT) market at a whopping US$ …

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Can IT Solve the Healthcare Information Dilemma?

By Sisir Debnath and Dibya Mishra Information asymmetry is unequal access to information for decision-making parties. This situation occurs frequently in healthcare markets. One possible way out of this conundrum would be to use technology to address informational dilemmas, say Dibya Mishra and Professor Sisir Debnath. Information technology (IT) is reinventing healthcare markets. In India, ventures such as Practo and 2nd.MD inform …

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Rx ICT: Digitally Disrupting Healthcare

By Sarang Deo and Hanu Tyagi Technology can be a game-changer in addressing the endemic problems that affect the Indian healthcare ecosystem, say Professor Sarang Deo and Hanu Tyagi. However, digital disruption needs careful identification of the right problems to solve. "Lycra bike shorts that take our pulse, count our steps and read our moods are pretty nifty, but they …

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