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Role of ICT in Enhancing Quality and Assuring           Accessibility of Healthcare Services                              ...
Innovative Pro-Poor PPP     (Public Private not for Profit Partnership) Service Delivery Model to provide free Emergency  ...
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Vision     • To respond to 30 million emergencies and save 1 million lives        annually by 2011     • To deliver servic...
Launched on 15th Aug, ‘05 in              expanded to 10 other States                                                     ...
Why Emergence of 108?     • 75,000 emergencies occur per day                  • 80% are at the bottom of the pyramid      ...
Synergizing                                   Innovation                                                   Technology     ...
What is Unique in this Innovation ?    • Integrated Emergency      Response Services for      Medical, Police and Fire    ...
Key Components of 108 Model    PROCESS:          •    Developed detailed process understanding and well defined           ...
Innovative use of Technology                                                                                              ...
Communication Officer Application                                              11eindia.eletsonline.com
Dispatch Officer Application                                                12eindia.eletsonline.com
Case Closing Application                                                13eindia.eletsonline.com
Telemedicine Advances                                        Cardiogram received by Telemedicine                          ...
Online ECG Transmission       Patan District : August  2011 :    ECG transmitted from ambulance       Laborer with Anteros...
Physician Console                                                      ECG transmitted                                    ...
GIS Mappingeindia.eletsonline.com
Police Dispatch Applicationeindia.eletsonline.com
Automated Review and              Monitoring Mechanism            Automated Reports for Analysis   Hospital Database acros...
Strengthening Govt. Mechanism              and Civil Agency roles      Key Parameters       Knowledge shared with Policy m...
Key Components - CARE   Quality pre-hospital care          State of the art ambulances equipped to          tackle any typ...
Collaboration for transfer ofKnowledge and Technology know-how, Best practices, Research & Training                       ...
Impact   Size                  •   One Center for 40 M population against one for every 0.05 M population in USA          ...
Gujarat EM Experience  • Extensive Road Network - 68,900 Km of roads supported  • Diverse geographical areas and zones  • ...
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Spotlight on operations                            Parameters                                           Count       %     ...
Type of Emergencies                             % share of various types of Emergencies (As of Date)                      ...
Benefits to lower strata of the society                                                                          Age Wise ...
Few Critical Road Traffic Accident Cases           attended in Gujarat by 108                                             ...
Appropriate Pre-hospital care for          Road Traffic Accident victims                             Patan District  : Jan...
Few Critical Cardiac cases attended                in Gujarat        Patan District  : February  2008 :     Bharuch Distri...
Few Multi Casualty Incidents handled              in Gujarat          Mehsana District  : Nov 2008 :                      ...
Bihar 2008 Flood Rescue Operation                             35 ambulances                             182 associates    ...
Few Critical Pregnancy related              and Neonatal       Cases attended in Gujarat            Vadodara District :Feb...
Impact on Maternal Mortality                Rate - Gujarat                                                                ...
Enriching fabric of society with     awareness, training and research focus       GVK EMRI – Building Expertise in Emergen...
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Appreciation for handling Road                 Traffic Victims                              108 A boon for Road Traffic Vi...
Assurance of Safety of wealth in              Road Accidents                            Gujarat   Gandhinagar           Sa...
Leveraging media for spreading             awareness for safety                 Times of India 17 June 2011               ...
Shri. Amit Mohan Prasad, IAS                Joint Secretary – NRHM         Ministry of health and Family Welfare          ...
Shri. Ravi Saxena, IAS                 Principal Secretary Health &                        Family Welfare                 ...
Shri P. K. Taneja, IAS     Commissioner of Health, Medical Services             and Medical Education                Govt....
Ms. Anju Sharma, IAS        Commissioner of Health & MD‐ NRHM                 Govt. of Gujarat                            ...
Mr Stein Lundebye, World Bank              Road Safety Specialist                                                 14th Apr...
World Bank Road Safety Analysis team    Consultant Jeanne Breen, Project leader Luke Rogers,    Krishnan Srinivasan, Said ...
Dr. Williams K Mallon Director, Div. of International Medicines     Dr. Desai (Emergency Physician) University of South Ca...
Visitors from different walks of life       38 Foreign nationals from       Entrepreneur development                      ...
Honorable Chief Minister                  Shri Narendra Modi                                           49eindia.eletsonlin...
Award-winning GVK EMRI                 Microsoft              Computer World                   eIndia 2008    Received pre...
Award-winning GVK EMRI      Received Piramal Foundation award “Democratizing Health Care” (Rs. 10 lac cash award) in      ...
eINDIA Award received by             COO Jashvant Prajapati           Chief Guest Ms. Smriti Irani (Noted media personalit...
A Gandhian Innovation   Synthesized Technologies              July‐Aug 2010      Synthesizing technologies (telecom, compu...
To Conclude    • Reduction in poverty and increase in      Quality of Life can be achieved by      Caring, Valuing and Res...
Thank you                           Jashvant Prajapati                                     Jash_prajapati@emri.in         ...
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Role of ICT in Enhancing Quality and Assuring Accessibility of Healthcare Services- Jasvant Prajapati, GVK EMRI

  1. 1. Role of ICT in Enhancing Quality and Assuring Accessibility of Healthcare Services 16 Dec 2011 Contributing in all inclusive, sustainable and  rapid growth of the state. eindia.eletsonline.com
  2. 2. Innovative Pro-Poor PPP (Public Private not for Profit Partnership) Service Delivery Model to provide free Emergency Response Services at one / Citizen / Month Serving 1 Emergency every 8 seconds and Saving 1 Life every 8 minuteseindia.eletsonline.com
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  4. 4. Vision • To respond to 30 million emergencies and save 1 million lives  annually by 2011 • To deliver services at global standards through  Leadership,  Innovation, Technology and Research & Training  GVK EMRI Head Office, Hyderabad, AP 4eindia.eletsonline.com
  5. 5. Launched on 15th Aug, ‘05 in expanded to 10 other States Jammu & Kashmir Himachal Pradesh Arunachal Punjab Uttarakhand Pradesh Haryan a Delh i Sikkim Rajasthan Uttar Assam Nagaland Pradesh Bihar Meghalaya Manipur Jharkhand Gujarat Madhya West Mizoram Pradesh Bengal Tripura Orissa Maharashtra Andhra Goa Pradesh Karnataka Tamil Nadu Kerala Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of Govt. of A.P. Gujarat MP Uttarakhand Tamilnadu Goa Assam Karnataka Meghalaya Chhattisgarh HP 5eindia.eletsonline.com
  6. 6. Why Emergence of 108? • 75,000 emergencies occur per day • 80% are at the bottom of the pyramid • 80% deaths occur in hospitals in the first hour • 4 M deaths p.a. (Cardiac, Road Accidents, Maternal, Suicidal attempts/ Neonatal / Infant/ Pediatric Access to Availability Affectionate universal Toll of life saving Care Affordability Free Number ambulance 108 launched on 15 August 2005 Six years of transforming emergency management 6eindia.eletsonline.com
  7. 7. Synergizing Innovation Technology Processes Sustainable for efficiency Integration and Scalable Communication effectiveness IT in Fleet performance Medical delivery Strengths Capacity of Public & Building (Leadership, Private Skill, Sector Attitude, Community Quality Education Assurance) Awareness Media Support 7eindia.eletsonline.com
  8. 8. What is Unique in this Innovation ? • Integrated Emergency Response Services for Medical, Police and Fire emergencies with single universal toll-free number ‘108’ • Free services (no cost to citizen) • Public Private Partnership (PPP) framework • Conducting Research and building capability in Emergency Medicine and Management 8eindia.eletsonline.com
  9. 9. Key Components of 108 Model PROCESS: • Developed detailed process understanding and well defined responsibilities through out the organization • Maintained all information related to emergency in Patient Care Records (PCRs) • Patient information is shared with the hospital on arrival • 48 hour follow up with the patients admitted to hospital Follow up Sense Reach Care after 48 hrs 9eindia.eletsonline.com
  10. 10. Innovative use of Technology Computer Telephony Integration COMPUTER SERVER ROOM Key Components of 108 Model Public Switching Telephone Network (PSTN) Caller in distress SCCS, CCT & Voice Telephone DB ERS DB GIS DB Dial 108 Logger Nortel Switch Communication Officers (CO) Dispatch Officers (DO) Transfer ERC CO Supervisor DO Supervisor ERCP Conference EMT in Ambulance Ambulance FIELD Base Location Victim Location (Scene) Victim Shifted to Hospital CCT: Communication Control Toolkit; SCCS: Symposium Call Centre Server; ERCP: Emergency Response Center Physician; EMT: Emergency Medical Technician 10eindia.eletsonline.com
  11. 11. Communication Officer Application 11eindia.eletsonline.com
  12. 12. Dispatch Officer Application 12eindia.eletsonline.com
  13. 13. Case Closing Application 13eindia.eletsonline.com
  14. 14. Telemedicine Advances Cardiogram received by Telemedicine  Server automatically gets transferred to ERCP  systems. Even cardiogram  can be  Telemedicine Server with  Machine connects with  transferred internally. Public IP Mobile  Cardiogram taken by machine  transferred to server through  ERC Network mobile phone and internet  ERCP Systems medium Mobile connects to   Internet internet through GPRS  and look Telemedicine  Server Global Users ECG can be send to any  NERC Network predefine email id like  Care Systems associate doctor, hospital.  E - Mail E - Mail Office Networkeindia.eletsonline.com
  15. 15. Online ECG Transmission Patan District : August  2011 :  ECG transmitted from ambulance Laborer with Anteroseptal MI 15eindia.eletsonline.com
  16. 16. Physician Console ECG transmitted  from ambulance Online Guidance to the paramedic in the ambulance by an Emergency Response Centre Physicianeindia.eletsonline.com
  17. 17. GIS Mappingeindia.eletsonline.com
  18. 18. Police Dispatch Applicationeindia.eletsonline.com
  19. 19. Automated Review and Monitoring Mechanism Automated Reports for Analysis Hospital Database across state Customer Feedback Online  Medical  Management Research Systemeindia.eletsonline.com
  20. 20. Strengthening Govt. Mechanism and Civil Agency roles Key Parameters Knowledge shared with Policy makers and voluntary organisations Emergency Status Road traffic safety council and update of state and districts SMS notification to Regarding Multi-casualty incidents, large road Stakeholders accidents, major disasters Atul Karwal (Jt Commissioner of Police) Accident Spot Based on surveillance of road accidents and Hasmukh Patel(DIG Planning and Modernisation) identification regular analysis of multi-casualty and high speed collisions State Level • CM and HM Offices information • Commissioner of Health channelisation • Commissioner of Transport and regular meets • Gujarat State Disaster management Authority (GSDMA) integration • Emergency Medical Services Authority Mr. M F Dastoor, Chief Fire Officer  (EMSA) – Gujarat District level • DDO, RDD, Commissioners (Police, Municipal) information sharing • CDHO, CDMO and state health bodies Interaction with • Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) Domain experts from • CEARCH (Center for Education, Awareness Diverse fields and and Research) NGOs: on Chemicals and Health • Indian Institute of management (IIM-A) EMS Authority ‐ Gujarat 20eindia.eletsonline.com
  21. 21. Key Components - CARE Quality pre-hospital care State of the art ambulances equipped to tackle any type of emergency are furnished with basic and advance life saving equipments and medications. Providing appropriate care and transport within “Golden Hour” of Emergency Customized to Indian needs – 108 ambulance with view to rescue victims impacted due to high energy collisions “Extrication kit” is an essential component. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) trained to provide pre-hospital care and manage emergency situations EMT gets support over phone from qualified medical practitioner called ERCP (Emergency Response Centre Physician) located at the ERC 21eindia.eletsonline.com
  22. 22. Collaboration for transfer ofKnowledge and Technology know-how, Best practices, Research & Training Carnegie Mellon Stanford University, University, Geomed Research USA USA American American Assoc Academy for of Physicians Singapore Health Emergency Of Indian Origin Services Medicine in India (AAPI) Shock Trauma Public Health Center, Foundation of India USA 22eindia.eletsonline.com
  23. 23. Impact Size • One Center for 40 M population against one for every 0.05 M population in USA • 11,100 emergencies handled per day (16.46 Million cumulative) • 433 M population covered in 11 States (increased reach of health care in rural , hilly and tribal areas) –Rural area population : 277 M (64%); Tribal area population : 41 M (10%) • Trained 47,441 people (12,560 - EMTs, 10,956 – Pilots, 4,325 - Doctors, 5,000 - Nurses, 11,550 - First Responders and AHA/ ITLS Certification for - 3,050) • 12,000 + emergencies handled per day (6.2 Million cumulative) • 3,006 Ambulances - 5 trips a day • 16,596 + GVK EMRI Associates Speed • Went live in less than 4 months from signing MoU • 91% calls taken in first ring • < 15 minutes (urban) and < 25 minutes (rural) Ambulances reached Type of • Pregnancy related - 31%, Vehicular Trauma – 18%, Acute Abdomen – 12% Cardiac Emergencies and – 4%, Respiratory – 4%, Suicidal – 3%, Animal Bites 3% Lives saved • 300+ lives were saved per day (2,48,000 + till now) and 10,900 victims per day received timely, high-quality pre-hospital care • 250+ lives saved in critical condition per day (3,55, 126 + till now) Costs • Cost per ambulance trip $13 to $16 against $ 600 to $700 in USA Qualitative • A historic landmark in health care delivery system Outcomes • Built more trust in the health system as a whole • Increased institutional deliveries and reduced maternal mortalities by 20 – 25% • A model for replication across the Country in any state 23eindia.eletsonline.com
  24. 24. Gujarat EM Experience • Extensive Road Network - 68,900 Km of roads supported • Diverse geographical areas and zones • More than 11,900 Hospitals involved across the state GVK EMRI Serving 6.03 crore people across Gujarat Responding to 2200 Emergencies a day with 506 ambulances 24eindia.eletsonline.com
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  26. 26. Spotlight on operations Parameters Count % Population covered* 6,03,83,628 100% Urban Population 2,57,00,000 42.56% Rural Population 2,72,02,468 45.05% Tribal Population 74,81,160 12.39% Number of Ambulances 506 Emergencies handled** 26,97,069 - Emergencies per 100000 per day 3.31 - Road Traffic Accident 4,58,502 17% Pregnancy related 8,90,033 33% Cardiac Related 1,34,854 5% Average Response Time (Urban) 10 Minutes Average Response Time (Rural) 22 Minutes Number of Associates 2548 Lives Saved 134589 Critical Life Saved in Vehicular Trauma 4,160 *Population -CRS (2009) report , ** EMs as on 12 Dec 2011 26eindia.eletsonline.com
  27. 27. Type of Emergencies % share of various types of Emergencies (As of Date) Pregancy related 32.64% Trauma (Vehicular) 16.91% Acute Abdomen 9.12% Trauma (non Vehicular) 6.04% Cardiac/Cardio Vascular 5.03% Respiratory 4.97% Assault 3.78% Unconscious 3.06% Epilepsy 3.05% Fevers (Infections) 3.02% Poisoning/Drug Overdose 1.71% Animal Bites 1.50% Fire/Burns 0.89% Stroke/CerebroVascular Accidents 0.69% Diabetes 0.60% Intentional Self harm (Suicide) 0.22% Allergic Reactions 0.10% Neonatal(upto 1 month) 0.09% Behavioral 0.03% Industrial 0.01% Paediatric(1-12years) 0.01% Environmentals 0.01% Others 6.51% 0.00% 5.00% 10.00% 15.00% 20.00% 25.00% 30.00% 35.00%eindia.eletsonline.com
  28. 28. Benefits to lower strata of the society Age Wise Classification Share of EM Age Rural Urban Total 0-4 6.69% 7.99% 7.15% Urban Rural 37% 5-9. 1.46% 1.29% 1.40% 63% 10-14. 1.70% 1.60% 1.66% 15-19 4.22% 4.65% 4.37% 20-24 27.59% 14.40% 22.91% Social Status wise classification 25-29 19.13% 12.44% 16.76% 30.00% 26.2% 30-34 9.51% 8.58% 9.18% 25.00% 20.9% 20.00% 12.69% 35-39 6.57% 7.23% 6.81% 12.4% 15.00% 11.76% 8.2% 40-44 4.40% 6.29% 5.07% 10.00% 5.2% 2.3% 5.00% 45-49 4.12% 5.97% 4.78% 0.00% BC Gen Class SC ST > 50 14.61% 29.56% 19.92% Social Class Rural Urban 28eindia.eletsonline.com
  29. 29. Few Critical Road Traffic Accident Cases attended in Gujarat by 108 29eindia.eletsonline.com
  30. 30. Appropriate Pre-hospital care for Road Traffic Accident victims Patan District  : January 2010 :  Patan District : February 2011 :  Impaled object – transported safely for  Road traffic accident on the way to pilgrimage definitive care  Kutch District  : April 2011 :  Bharuch District  : June 2011 :  Head Injury vivtim of two wheeler crash Polytrauma due to truck overturn 30eindia.eletsonline.com
  31. 31. Few Critical Cardiac cases attended in Gujarat Patan District  : February  2008 :  Bharuch District  : October  2010 :  Farmer with Lateral Wall MI Elderly gentleman with Heart Failure Patan District  : August  2011 :  Farmer with anteroseptal MI 12 Lead ECG transmission from scene to ERC with GPRS technology 31eindia.eletsonline.com
  32. 32. Few Multi Casualty Incidents handled in Gujarat Mehsana District  : Nov 2008 :  Dahod District  : Oct 2010 :  300 victims of food poisoning 30 injured in bus accident Jamnagar District : Feb  2011 :  10 victims of Honey Bee Bite Jamnagar District  : Dec  2008 :  40 victims of food poisoning Bihar State: November 2011:  Policeman injured in crossfire 32eindia.eletsonline.com
  33. 33. Bihar 2008 Flood Rescue Operation 35 ambulances 182 associates More than 10,000 lives safeguarded 33eindia.eletsonline.com
  34. 34. Few Critical Pregnancy related and Neonatal Cases attended in Gujarat Vadodara District :Feb 2009 :  Surat District  : March 2010 : Delivery of  Bhavnagar District : May 2011 :  Newborn baby girl rescued , when was  triplets assisted by EMT on scene Breech Delivery in ambulance buried alive No. Deliveries assisted by EMTs Count 1 On Scene 6455 2 In ambulance 16996 Total 23451 34eindia.eletsonline.com
  35. 35. Impact on Maternal Mortality Rate - Gujarat Decreasing trend of IMR per 000 live births 54 54 53 53 52 52 51 50 50 49 48 48 47 46 45 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 For Year “108 helps reduce Gujarat’s maternal mortality rate” “Stork on wheels  Triplets delivered in 108 Van” “108 service, a friend indeed” Times of India 08 May 2011 (Ahmedabad Edition) Times of India 20 July 2008 (Ahmedabad  20 July 2008 (Ahmedabad Edition) Edition) 35eindia.eletsonline.com
  36. 36. Enriching fabric of society with awareness, training and research focus GVK EMRI – Building Expertise in Emergency Care certified as  International Training Centre (ITC) of the American Heart  Association (AHA), for courses in Advanced Cardiac Life Support  (ACLS) and Basic Life Support (BLS)  Designated Chapter for International Trauma Life Support (ITLS)  USA In Partnership with Stanford School of Medicine (USA)  First responder Training ‐Police Personnel Knowledge partner for trauma care with Dr. R Adams Cowley ‐ Shock Trauma Centre Maryland, USA. Regular First Responder (FR) Training to lay persons, traffic personnel, NGOs, Tourist Guides, Railway Staff, CISF. More than 1000 people from different walks of life trained in First Aid and emergency skills Dissemination of awareness in society with interactions and participations in activities, visits from schools and other School Visit and interactions local organizations 36eindia.eletsonline.com
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  38. 38. Appreciation for handling Road Traffic Victims 108 A boon for Road Traffic Victims 38eindia.eletsonline.com
  39. 39. Assurance of Safety of wealth in Road Accidents Gujarat Gandhinagar Samachar – 13 Divya bhaskar Aug 2010 Jul 2008 Gujarat Darpan Surat May 2010 Divya Bhaskar - Bharuch June 2011 39eindia.eletsonline.com
  40. 40. Leveraging media for spreading awareness for safety Times of India 17 June 2011 Ahmedabad Mirror   Times of India – Ahmedabad Edition  22 Nov 2010 22 Nov 2010 Sandesh – Gujarat  Campaign on  Samachar Road Safety  17 Jul 2011 Food and Drug Magazine June 2011 24 Jul 2011 40eindia.eletsonline.com
  41. 41. Shri. Amit Mohan Prasad, IAS Joint Secretary – NRHM Ministry of health and Family Welfare Govt. of India 29th January 2011 “I am impressed by the efficiency and comprehensive management of this center. 108 service have been a great life saving innovation under NRHM, which truly help everyone, especially the poor people. Keep up the good work. The huge wealth of data should be used for research purpose which can inform policy decisions. Congratulations!”eindia.eletsonline.com
  42. 42. Shri. Ravi Saxena, IAS Principal Secretary Health & Family Welfare Govt. of Gujarat 17th April 2009 “EMRI has created hope and  aspiration of well being amongst  people. I am happy to see young boys  and girls trying to come up to that  aspiration, of Gujarat’s 5 crore people  in an exemplary  way.  Congratulations!” 42eindia.eletsonline.com
  43. 43. Shri P. K. Taneja, IAS  Commissioner of Health, Medical Services  and Medical Education  Govt. of Gujarat 4th August 2011 “A Very Pleasant and rewarding visit to the Center. I am  Impressed with the way things are organized in this state of  Art Emergency Care Center. The State can take pride in  terms of facilities being entered with extra ordinary Speed  and efficiency. We need to learn a lot from this experience.  Wishing one and all Very Best.. ” 43eindia.eletsonline.com
  44. 44. Ms. Anju Sharma, IAS Commissioner of Health & MD‐ NRHM Govt. of Gujarat 3rd April 2011 “Very Impressive, enriching  experience. I wish them all the best.”eindia.eletsonline.com
  45. 45. Mr Stein Lundebye, World Bank  Road Safety Specialist 14th April 2010 “I am impressed with this professional organisation keep up the good work.”eindia.eletsonline.com
  46. 46. World Bank Road Safety Analysis team  Consultant Jeanne Breen, Project leader Luke Rogers,  Krishnan Srinivasan, Said Dahdah, Sameer Raval 14th October 2011 “Impressed with organization and look forward to  working  together to improve road safety and the  reporting of road traffic injuries by the health  sector.” Jeanne Breen Consultant, “International road safety management  and strategy review”, “You have a fantastic facility here and I am really very  encouraged that death and serious injury can be  stabilised and reduced overthe next decade.” Luke Rogers, IRAP, “International road assessment programme”, 46eindia.eletsonline.com
  47. 47. Dr. Williams K Mallon Director, Div. of International Medicines  Dr. Desai (Emergency Physician) University of South California 21st January 2011 “Really Excellent Center! Research,  This is perhaps most outstanding Emergency Public Service, Efficiency – Amazing!  Management Service, I have visited in my 30 years Very Impressive!” of service as Emergency Medicine Physician.eindia.eletsonline.com
  48. 48. Visitors from different walks of life 38 Foreign nationals from Entrepreneur development State Institute of institute District Health Committee Members Health & Family Welfare Government College of Nursing, Civil Hospital, Ahmadabad BAPS School, Raisan B. J. Medical College 48eindia.eletsonline.com
  49. 49. Honorable Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi 49eindia.eletsonline.com
  50. 50. Award-winning GVK EMRI Microsoft Computer World eIndia 2008 Received prestigious awards from The Computer World, Microsoft, IT User – CNBC, 9-1-1 of USA, Ahmedabad Management Association, eIndia, CSI Nihilent and HEAL Foundation 50eindia.eletsonline.com
  51. 51. Award-winning GVK EMRI Received Piramal Foundation award “Democratizing Health Care” (Rs. 10 lac cash award) in Ahmedabad on 4th December, 2010. The awards were instituted in 2007, in partnership with the Ajay G. Piramal Foundation and the Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship (CIIE), of the Indian Institute for Management-Ahmedabad (IIM-A). Award was conferred for innovation, scalability, sustainability, reach of operations of GVK EMRI. 51eindia.eletsonline.com
  52. 52. eINDIA Award received by  COO Jashvant Prajapati Chief Guest Ms. Smriti Irani (Noted media personality and Member of Parliament) presenting the award  to Shri. Jashvant Prajapati, COO GVK EMRI, Gujarat in presence of Shri. Ravi Saxena, IAS Additional Chief  Secretary Department of Science and Technology Government of Gujarat (In picture, extreme left).eindia.eletsonline.com
  53. 53. A Gandhian Innovation Synthesized Technologies July‐Aug 2010 Synthesizing technologies (telecom, computing, medical and transportation) with commitment to serve the unserved.eindia.eletsonline.com
  54. 54. To Conclude • Reduction in poverty and increase in Quality of Life can be achieved by Caring, Valuing and Respecting Life with Humaneness, Humility and Commitment to serve people • This Joy of Giving back to society increases Dopamine (Satisfaction), Oxytocin (Attachment) and Frontal Cortex Activity (Morals) 54eindia.eletsonline.com
  55. 55. Thank you Jashvant Prajapati Jash_prajapati@emri.in GVK Emergency Management and Research Institute 108 Emergency Management Centre, Ahmedabad, Gujarat  www.emri.in 55eindia.eletsonline.com

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