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Coverage: Teleradiology Solutions: ‘After the Party, It’s Time to Think Fitness Again’: The Economic Times: 3 January 2017
It’s normal to slip on your exercise and diet regimen during holidays, and pushing yourself to return to your routine can be tough indeed.
“One needs to get up early , take stock and make a plan for the year which involves planning the time for exercise each day and charting out a diet plan…..
Dr Sunita Maheshwari releasing this book at Wisdom Tree Books, Whitefield 31st December 2016
The Head That Won’t Stand is a story of one month that author Kavita Chandran, a Singapore based business journalist spent reflecting, rediscovering and rekindling her spirit – and yes, learning yoga too.The book encapsulates her journey from day one to the end of a four-week intense training course at Mysore under yoga guru Bharath Shetty – but very early in the book, it becomes clear that this is not just a quintessential yoga journal, or a memoir, but has in fact, a much wider canvas.
Dr. Sunita Maheswari joins the panel on ‘DRAWING A BLUEPRINT FOR INNOVATION CLUSTERS’ at Lake Nona Impact Forum – 2015. Orlando, Florida
Dr. Sunita Maheswari was one of the panelists in this amazing panel lead by Anil Menon, president of Cisco Systems, about developing health and innovation clusters in the 21st Century.Other esteemed panelists included Edward Yan Ming Zhu, CEO, Chic Group Global; Thomas Graham, MD, Chief Innovation Officer & Chair Holder, Cleveland Clinic; Vice Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Dr. Sudarshan Ballal of Manipal Hospitals.Read More
Telerad RxDx Multispecialty Healthcare Center, Whitefield announced the receipt of the coveted NABH Accreditation on 11th January 2015.
The accreditation from NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers) comes as a true recognition of the patient centric, high quality care standards of Telerad RxDx.Read More
Paediatrician, mother, certified scuba diver, marathoner and traveller, Gurmeet Soni Bhalla. to healthmeup.com , Jan – 2015 Paediatrician, mother, certified scuba diver, marathoner and traveller, Gurmeet Soni Bhalla has always been a fitness enthusiast and she is that woman the world keeps referring to as ‘super-woman’ for balancing her varied roles and adventures in her day to day life.Read More
Dr. Sunita Maheshwari, Praveen Kumar K & Srikrishna Seshadri – to Cardiology Today, March – April 2014 India faces a big challenge of shortage in trained healthcare personnel at all levels, especially in the rural areas. There is shortage of adequately trained specialists, technicians, and nurses for cardiology to cater to noninvasive, invasive diagnosis and disease management and as a result mortality from CVD remains high.Download Here
Dressed in tracks and a tee, Dr Sunita Maheshwari hardly looks like a busy cardiologist”a renowned pediatric cardiologist trained at Yale University, US. Femina – Jun 2013
As a kid when I would go home on vacation to Googra, a village in Rajasthan, I used to observe the difficult lives of people living there. Now it’s a part of Ajmer, but when I was growing up, Googra was a village with no electricity and no water supply. There were several kids with polio. Even the adults looked very old, and died at a young age my uncles died of a heart attack in their 40s. I would constantly wonder if it could have been prevented, she says. That’s when she decided that she would become a village doctor.Read More
Dr. Sunita Maheshwari to Times of India – Jun 2013
Since, technology is so addictive, there is even something called the internet addiction syndrome. Children who spend a lot of time on laptops or iPads are less inclined to go out and play outdoor games.
Full Editorial – Technology and Children – Dr. Sunita Maheshwari.Download Here
Features Dr Sunita Maheshwari, founder of RxDx as Healthpresence user for remotely connecting with a low income village of Raichur, India West – Dec 2011
More to read on telemedicine goes 2G-Cisco’s new Healthpresence focuses on rural India – Dr. Sunita Maheshwari.Download Here
newsroom.cisco.com – Nov 2011
Cisco Health Presence also helps medical professionals provide care to patients in hard-to-reach areas. Doctors at Telerad RxDx, a multi-specialty hospital in Bangalore, India, have been using Cisco Health Presence to provide medical care to patients living in Raichur, located in North Karnataka in India. Based on successful initial results, Telerad RxDx plans to increase deployment of Cisco’s telehealth services to continue to improve healthcare delivery in remote locations.Read More
Ms. Maheshwari talked about her unlikely role of going from Medicine to Entrepreneurship, saying that she believed in her project with all her heart and persisted at it. “If you see the future, plan for it. Even when the American Media was hounding us, talking about their anti-sourcing philosophy.Read More
Dr. Sunita Maheshwari & Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur to India Today
- Follow your crazy dreams, never mind what the world says
- Before you begin, see if you have the passion in you
- It’s not a 9-5 day
- There will be ups and downs, maybe more downs
- Remember to treat your employees well
Full Editorial – Dr. Sunita Maheshwari to India today:Download Here
Dr. Sunita Maheshwari to Business India – Dec 2010 Telemedicine has been trumpeted as the great healthcare for rural India – a technology that can transform health statistics of remote areas. Telepathology, teleradiology and teleophthalmology are all ways of accurately diagnosing diseases from a distance.
Healing The Helpless Full Editorial:Download Here