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Telemedicine firm TeleVital to expand presence in India

BANGALORE: TeleVital, an integrated telemedicine and e-health technology solutions company, has announced its expansion plans in India under its global strategy. In India, TeleVital plans to have a marketing presence in Mumbai, New Delhi and Chennai initially.


TeleVital works very closely with the Government and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) under the mission to promote quality healthcare in rural India.


With an initial investment of $3 million, TeleVital is currently in the process of raising another round of funding. TeleVital is investing in next generation product development that will focus on issues of inter-operability of health data interchange and standards to gain entry into newer markets in the USA, UK, Europe, China, Africa, Australia and the Middle East. 


TeleVital‘s presence in the US and Indian market spans a period of over 3 years, and has implemented more than 180 turnkey installations. TeleVital is a Telemedicine and e-Health company with an installation base 5 countries. With over 20 installations in the private sector, TeleVital has the unique experience of implementing more than 80 telemedicine installations pioneered by the ISRO, including post tsunami in the Andamans.


Kumar Malavalli, chairman, and Ravi Amble, CEO, are the principal investors in TeleVital. TeleVital currently employs 20 people in India and is set to increase its headcount in India to 150 during the year who would focus on delivering high end R & D work to increase the efficiency of Televital‘s products and solutions, globally.
 
Chairman Malavalli said, "Today, the health care across the globe are going through many obstacles such as increased cost and lack of universal access. I am excited about the fact that TeleVital has been a pioneer in providing solutions in solving health care problems. I strongly believe that TeleVital with its technology and product offerings is poised to revolutionise health care."


CEO Amble said, "India has become a critical component in Televital‘s strategy. By increasing our R & D presence in India we would be in a position to improve the efficiencies of our solutions and also reach out to the Indian healthcare providers as a market for our products and solutions. Making it a huge success here in India would directly relate to TeleVital‘s success in other developing and developed world."

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