Religare Bags Health Insurance Products Award at The FICCI Healthcare Excellence Awards 2019
Updated On Sep 01, 2020
The 11th Edition of FICCI Healthcare Excellence Award held recently on 20th August 2019 at Le Meridian, New Delhi. In the felicitation ceremony, an e-health company Medlife bagged the award for the Best Healthcare Startup. Any organisation that has implemented an innovation thereby creating a measurable impact in the healthcare industry of India, is honoured with this award.
Medlife has 3 other business lines-Pharmacy, e-consultation, and diagnostics. The brand had appointed Ananth Narayan, former CEO of Jabong and Myntra as its Co-Founder and CEO. After the acquisition of Myra Medicines, Medlife has become India’s only express pharmacy delivery service provider.
In all, 18 awards were given to individuals and institutions from healthcare as an acknowledgement for their efforts and success as a driving force for innovations, quality service, patient safety, and technologies at the ceremony. The jury members of the annual awards witnessed the presence of renowned professionals from the sector and Mr. M Damodaran, the former Chairman of SEBI, as the Jury Chairman.
Innoflaps Remedy was honoured with the Medical technology/Devices Award. Care Health Insurance formerly Religare Health Insurance received the Health Insurance Products Award. Religare is committed to offering cutting-edge solutions to policyholders and excelling in a business environment driven by scale and serviceability. Among various third party administrators, MediAssist Insurance TPA won the Health Insurance Service Innovation Award.
The winner of the Environment-Friendly Initiative Award was Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, and Apollo Medskills won the Skill Development award. The Social Initiative Awards were won by Sir HN Reliance Foundation in the category of healthcare service providers and corporates and Rural Health Care Foundation in the category of NGOs and non-profit organisations.
The Service Excellence Awards were divided into 4 categories which were bagged by Shree Krishna Hospital and Pramukhswami Medical College (for nursing led projects), Institute of Kidney Diseases and Research Center (among public hospitals), Indraprastha Apollo (among private hospitals), and Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (among the other healthcare service providers).