News: Runam Mehta is the new CEO of HealthCube

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Runam Mehta is the new CEO of HealthCube

As the Chief Growth Officer earlier, Runam built and executed strategies for entry into new market segments.
Runam Mehta is the new CEO of HealthCube

HealthCube, a leading healthtech brand, has appointed Runam Mehta, as the CEO. She will be a part of a women-led management team including Dr Radha Rangarajan as the Chief Technology Officer. HealthCube’s Founder Dr Ramanan Laxminarayan will continue in his role as Chairperson of the Board. 

Dr Ramanan Laxminarayan, Founder and Board Chair, HealthCube, said, “In Runam, HealthCube has found the right blend of expertise in healthcare innovation and experience with markets. Her keen understanding of evolving healthcare needs will enable HealthCube to play a crucial role in the digital transformation of diagnostic technologies. I know that she will do an outstanding job as our new CEO.”

As the Chief Growth Officer earlier, Runam built and executed strategies for entry into new market segments such as paperless Covid wards, senior living facilities and nursing homes while consolidating the business in Government, CSR and corporate sectors. 

Talking about her new role, Runam Mehta, Chief Executive Officer, HealthCube said, “As the demand for healthcare expands, it is clear that healthtech will play a central role in filling gaps in access. Innovative products, such as devices by HealthCube, hold the answer to reducing the global burden of chronic conditions through timely testing, monitoring and tracking. Our modular solutions can be deployed in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings including remote areas, rural community centers and mobile clinics. As CEO I look forward to expanding HealthCube’s footprint across the country and internationally.”

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