30 July 2019 | News
Sets goal to work closely with all stakeholders including the government on several issues and creating a new healthcare ecosystem
Apex Healthcare industry body-NATHEALTH has announced changes in its leadership. Preetha Reddy has been elevated to the post of Senior Vice President and Dr. Harsh Mahajan takes over as Vice President for the year 2019-20. Dr. Ashutosh Raghuvanshi has been inducted to the Leadership team as Treasurer NATHEALTH.
Dr. Sudarshan Ballal and Badri Iyengar continue their responsibilities as President and Secretary respectively. Rajit Mehta, Max Healthcare stepped down from the office of Senior Vice President and as a member of the Governing Council.
The decision was taken in the Governing Council meeting of the Federation.
Welcoming leadership team in their new roles and responsibilities, Dr. Sudarshan Ballal, President, NATHEALTH said, “NATHEALTH has emerged as a powerful voice of the healthcare sector and it has been playing a catalytic role in the transformation that is taking place to quality and affordable services and solutions. We will work closely with all stakeholders including the government on several issues and look forward to creating a new healthcare ecosystem.”
Senior Vice President of NATHEALTH Preetha Reddy is the Executive Vice Chairman of Apollo Hospitals and Dr. Harsh Mahajan is a renowned radiologist & Founder of Mahajan Imaging. Newly elected treasurer of the Federation Dr. Ashutosh Raghuvanshi is the new CEO and MD of Fortis Healthcare.
Congratulating new Leadership Team, Siddhartha Bhattacharya, Secretary-General, NATHEALTH said, “We are fortunate to attract top leadership of Indian Healthcare Industry within NATHEALTH which will help us achieve our vision. We will be ably guided by their expertise and experience to drive long term transformation in the healthcare sector by driving healthcare innovations across preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative spectrums”
Preetha Reddy and Dr. Mahajan have been associated with NATHEALTH since its inception in various capacities. They have decades of experience in the Healthcare sector. The new leadership team was instrumental in several reforms in the sector through its expert support to the government.