Exploring opportunity for Mr. Amol Naikawadi, Preventive Healthcare specialist, Indus Health Plus

Indus Health Plus a pioneer in preventive healthcare, started in 2000 headquartered in Pune mission and vision is  to make preventive healthcare services affordable to the common man. Indus drives the cause of prevention to effectively tackle the burden of non-communicable diseases, and in turn help in reducing the future burden on India’s health infrastructure. Consistent in spreading the word of timely checkup which not only saves an individual from premature death or disability but effectively saves their families from mental and physical trauma and financial distress.

Indus Health Plus  was  started to propagate the inherent benefits of preventive diagnostics and create awareness on how preventive health check-ups can reduce mortality and risks related with modern day diseases. They also popularized the use of CT scanning technology across a wider demography. Up to 70% of the checkups depend upon this technology, which detects the presence of lifestyle diseases like cardiovascular diseases (heart related diseases) in a non-invasive manner.

Mr. Amol Naikawadi, Joint Managing Director – Indus Health Plus,  the person & the brainchild behind Indus Health Plus – Indus Health Plus started this initiative. Today they are close to completing 15 years & the company reach has widened to tier II cities in Maharashtra , Gujarat & beyond.  Indus currently is present in 65 cities with 100 centres which includes metro and tier II cities and expanding in South with their unique model. Recently Indus bagged ASSOCHAM CSR Award in SME and other category.

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