Docplexus’ Contribution to Indian Healthcare Recognized by RSA; CEO Phanish Chandra Awarded Fellowship
Our continued efforts at building value for the medical community, bridging the age old gap of requirements and offerings and enabling knowledge-sharing for better clinical outcomes have been recognized by Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, also known as Royal Society of Arts (RSA). The London- based enlightenment organization is a 263-year-old society with one of the most impressive member list- few notables being Karl Mark, Adam Smith and Tim Berners Lee. With CEO Phanish Chandra joining in the ranks of these distinguished personalities, we look forward to a more outcome-based approach, in-step with the ever-changing healthcare scenario.
It is an honor for us to be populating the community of some of the most innovative people in their futuristic efforts to bring about positive social change. At our end, with 250,000+ doctors across 94 specialties and 1,500 towns and cities on-board, we have changed the healthcare landscape in the country. Pharma companies are now closer to doctors than they have ever been and together, we are creating a healthier medical environment. At Docplexus, we have kept ‘better healthcare outcomes’ at the core of our operations and all our offerings, from KOL webinars and online CMEs to patient case studies and weekly medical updates, direct towards that end.
And, with this feather added to our cap we feel glad to note that our actions for promoting health are translating into meaningful relationships, leading to stronger associations and improved clinical outcomes. Few of our partnerships include National Center for Disease Control, Indian Public Health Association and Family Physicians of India.
Also, in line with our mission of empowering doctors, we recently partnered with State TB Cell of Maharashtra at the conclusion of which, Dr. Sanjeev Kamble, Joint Director and TB Officer of Government of Maharashtra stated:
TB continues to be a major Public Health problem in India devastating countless lives every year. This new association with Docplexus will give us a digital platform to maximize our efforts in spreading awareness about the disease within the medical community; promoting better health and well-being in the population.