“Medical technology is slated to be a $40 billion market in India by 2025. But it’s largely ignored, says Siraj Dhanani, founder of InnAccel, India’s first medical technology incubator.” A full length article featuring InnAccel and our startups – Coeo Labs
InnAccel’s startup company – Coeo Labs was featured in this article detailing the current problems with Ventilator Associated Pneumonia and the company’s innovative approach to tackling this widespread problem. The article was authored by Venkatesh Ganesh and published in The
InnAccel and our startup companies featured in this article detailing our innovative work in MedTech. Article authored by Esha Chhabra and published online on the Pulitzer Center’s website. Full length article can be accessed here.
InnAccel and our work in MedTech was mentioned in this article on what to expect from the Healthcare sector in 2016. Full length article can be accessed here. Article authored by Sindhu Kashyap and published online on Yourstory.com.
“Serial entrepreneur, corporate leader, and doctor join hands to create a Medtech accelerator to impact 25 million lives by 2025.” An article featuring InnAccel’s founders and the innovative MedTech product development work happening in the InnAccel ecosystem. Full article can be accessed
InnAccel’s startup, Sattva MedTech, which is working on building an innovative fetal monitoring device, was featured in this article by Sindhu Kashyap that was originally published on Yourstory.com.
The Department of Pharmaceuticals has issued a draft National Medical Device Policy that aims to strengthen the medical device industry in India. A main feature of this proposed policy is the creation of an autonomous ‘National Medical Device Authority’ that will be
Exploring role of India in leading Med-Tech Device Innovation The Medical Device market in India was $6.3 billion in 2013 and is projected to grow to $42 billion by 2025—growing at a cumulative annual growth rate of over 17%. This
InnAccel conducted the Affordable Innovation in MedTech (AIM) Summit 2015 in Bangalore on the 11th April. The Affordable Innovation in MedTech (AIM) Summit 2015 held over the past weekend saw nearly 70 attendees congregate to discuss and explore medical technology innovation.
The CAMTech India Entrepreneur Boot Camp was held on 28th – 30th January 2015 at the Gateway Hotel in Bangalore. This 3-day Boot Camp was an intensive program to help entrepreneurs developing technologies to improve maternal and child health in