Location: Faculty Hall
*CBR LECTURE SERIES*
*Centre for Brain Research (CBR), IISc*
Title : Healthcare Innovation : Idea to Clinical Product (Click here for the poster)
Speaker : Dr. Chetan Mittal, MBBS, MMST, PGDBA
Chief Medical Ofﬁcer, DocOnline Health India Private Limited, Bangalore
Date & Time : August 30, 2019 (Friday) 4:00 PM
Tea will be served following the talk
Venue : Faculty Hall, IISc
Innovations in healthcare have been focussed primarily on creation of new technologies, new application of existing technologies or improving the process of healthcare delivery. Most of innovations in medical technology do not focus on creation of new technologies, since it is viewed as a risky proposition. Since incubation period of R&D in healthcare is long, a well-planned approach is necessary to bring out a successful innovation. Technology and market understanding are key to any innovation but its carrying the innovation to healthcare delivery makes it a sensitive topic because it has people’s lives at stake. I will share my experiences with medical device innovations and the journey from market research to proof of concept to clinical trials/research to post marketing surveillance for creating a successful clinical product.
Brief Bio :
Dr. Chetan Mittal is currently working as Chief Medical Ofﬁcer at DocOnline Health India. He has a proven history of analysing and implementing innovative healthcare solutions. He has extensive experience in working with cross functional teams to evaluate innovative solutions for their clinical utility, technical feasibility and business viability through effective interaction with various stakeholders. He is qualiﬁed medical doctor and a technologist for effective implementation of healthcare innovation strategies by interfacing inter-disciplinary teams. He has done End-t o-end project / program management of health care solutions including research, development, clinical trials and marketing. He has vast experience in working with large Hospital chains for developing healthcare solutions needed for local healthcare delivery and business expansion. He was Head of Medical Affairs and Clinical Research Board for Philips Healthcare in India. He has been technical Advisor, PGIMER, Chandigarh and is an adjunct faculty to Punjab Engineering College in Chandigarh.
He received his MBBS from Burdwan Medical College, West Bengal; Masters in Medical Science and Technology (MMST) from IIT Kharagpur and his MBA from Symbiosis Center for Distance Learning, Pune.
***All are cordially invited ***