A doctor in India visits with her patients.

A doctor in India visits with her patients.

Who will benefit from big health data in India? And who will be harmed? Whom will the data leave behind?

We’re at an extraordinarily important time in India where digital health is concerned, and given the infrastructure, internet connectivity, and the sheer number of computer and data scientists available, India is positioned to change the way healthcare delivery has been imagined anywhere in the world.

In this podcast, Dr. Satchit Balsari, Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Fellow at Harvard FXB, and Rahul Matthan, Partner with Trilegal in India, discuss the digitization of the health ecosystem in India.

To learn even more, join us on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 for Data Privacy 3.0: Are We Ready for AI? with Rahul Matthan, I. Glenn Cohen, and Tarun Khanna as they explore how India can take advantage of data to achieve its developmental objectives — while balancing the need for personal privacy in both the health and financial systems.