Apollo Hospitals: Leveraging AI, and other technologies, to increase access to healthcare

Preetha Reddy
Executive Vice-Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise
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This article is part of: Centre for Health and Healthcare

How can developing economies improve their population’s access to healthcare through collaboration and innovation?

Preetha Reddy, Executive Vice Chairperson of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise, is convinced that technological advancements like AI can alleviate long-standing issues in the healthcare sector, such as the lack of skilled workforce, in order to help improve access to healthcare.

Apollo Hospitals is a partner of the Forum’s EDISON Alliance, where the company is leveraging their expertise in healthtech to reach the most underserved populations in the world, especially in India, where they are providing much needed healthcare services.

This content is part of our "Spotlight on Business" video series, featuring Partner insights on the impact of their collaboration with the World Economic Forum.

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