Sumit Puri has moved on from Max Healthcare to join Evercare group, which is backed by TPG Capital, as it’s Group CTO.
Evercare Group consists of 26 hospitals, 20 primary care clinics and diagnostics businesses across Pakistan, Kenya, Nigeria and India.
In this new role based in Dubai, Puri will be heading the technology wing for the entire conglomerate. He will be reporting to Andrew Currie, COO and acting CEO of Evercare Group.
On his immediate plans after joining Evercare Group, Puri said, “Designing enterprise-level digital strategy and data-driven technology models will be some of my key priorities post joining.”
“The group will be focussing on integrated EHR deployments across hospital units globally and would be leveraging AI, Big Data and predictive analytics effectively. Deploying new-age technology to enhance patient safety and deliver affordable patient care in Evercare hospital units located across countries will be my foremost agenda”, he said.
Puri has over two decades of global industry experience in the field of technology and business operations. Prior to this new role, Puri served as CIO at Max Healthcare for 4 years. He successfully implemented enterprise digital strategy, built new business operating models, invested in new age technologies such as AI, Big data. He led
the adoption of innovative healthcare technologies to serve as a competitive differentiator for the business. – ET Prime