Mission of eRx Solutions is to help doctors and their patients leverage information technology.
We are a team of professionals with decades of experience in technology and medical practices, with marquee names like Dell, IBM, Infosys, Sabre, Sun Pharma and private sector healthcare. We decided to build eRx with one single objective - to help hospitals in India connect better with their patients. While on one hand we find healthcare providers eager to bring back their patients, we also find there is a disconnect felt by the patients in the way hospitals and clinics deal with them.
eRx Solutions offers clinical software solutions, healthcare analytic and digital marketing services to Indian healthcare providers. We believe that health care sector, both large hospitals and smaller clinics, are at the threshold of leveraging technology due to widespread adoption of mobile devices and internet connectivity. We build solutions that are easy to use, meaningful and bring tangible benefits.
Shobhit Mathur conceptualized eRx Solution because he realized there is a need to bridge gap between clinical practitioners and the engineers who service their technology needs.
After completing M.Tech at IIT Kanpur in 1996, he joined Infosys when it had less than 2000 employees. He grew with the company over next 12 years, playing different and broader roles. At IBM, he led solution design for several telecom clients leveraging state of the art technologies. He has consulted with a wide range of clients all over the world, leading development of end to end solutions of TCV exceeding $100M, and managed delivery with ~100 technical resources.
Dr. Shesha Shah has over 20 years of experience in areas of Advanced Analytics. She has worked with global giants like Yahoo!, Travelocity and Dell Computers.
Passionate about leveraging technology to gain consumer insights, Shesha is an MS and PhD in computer science from IISc, Bangalore. She also has 10 technology patents to her credit. At Dell, she was awarded the ‘DELL innovator, 2012’ for product innovation and standing up Social Media Analytics practice for Dell’s Global Marketing business.
Prof Vijay Chandru earned his doctorate in Operations Research at MIT in 1982 and joined the faculty of Industrial Engineering at Purdue soon after. He served at Purdue for the next ten years before moving to the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. He was elected a fellow of the Indian Academy of Science in 1996 and the Indian National Academy of Engineering in 2010. Vijay was a co-inventor of the “Simputer”, India’s first handheld computer in 2001.
Vijay now leads India’s largest precision medicine company Strand Life Sciences, the first example of faculty entrepreneurship in India. He was awarded the President’s Medal of INFORMS (Institute for Operations research and Management Science, USA) and Technology Pioneer of the World Economic Forum in 2006. The national magazine India Today named Vijay in the list of 50 Pioneers of Change in 2008.