Apollo Joins HealthXL Group

Published: 13th May 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th May 2015 04:18 AM   |  A+A-

Apollo joins

CHENNAI:Apollo Hospitals recently joined hands with HealthXL to collaborate with clinical providers globally. It aims to collaborate with American and European clinical providers to further positive clinical outcome.

 With this collaboration, Apollo Hospitals joins a network of 15 HealthXL partners including leading global healthcare brands such as Bupa, Cleveland Clinic, IBM, ICON, ResMed, Linde Healthcare, Novartis, Partners HealthCare, Silicon Valley Bank, among others.

Seemant Jauhari, CEO, Research & Innovations, Apollo Hospitals, said “ I envision that this partnership will provide access to a comprehensive healthcare ecosystem, which entrepreneurs and doctors can leverage to translate their ideas into reality.”

Martin Kelly, CEO and Founder of HealthXL, said, “We are delighted to have the leading private hospital network in Asia join the HealthXL network. With a history of innovation, we believe there is a lot we can learn from the 5500 doctors at Apollo Hospitals. This partnership also marks the first step towards collaborations not just in India, but also in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific.”

The announcement came during the panel discussion hosted by HealthXL, titled ‘How to promote collaboration betweenestablished brands and entrepreneurs in healthcare’, at Digital Health Live 2015. 

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