August 2023, NCG-KCDO is proud to announce that it has empanelled Amrita Technologies, Manorama Infosolutions Private Limited, Oakland Systems Private Limited, Ohum Healthcare Solutions Private Limited, Plus91 Technologies Private Limited, TrioTree Technologies Private Limited as the NCG Empanelled Oncology EMR Vendors till December 31, 2025.Read more
June 2023, Bi-annual newsletter of the National Cancer Grid (NCG) featuring Koita Centre of Digital Oncology (KCDO)Read more
May 2023, The National Cancer Grid (NCG) and the Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (KCDO) supports 300+ NCG hospitals in adopting digital tools to enhance cancer care. NCG-KCDO core team along with oncology and healthcare technology experts have developed a comprehensive set of requirements for EMRs to meet the specialized needs of cancer care - NCG EMR requirements (NER). NCG-KCDO believes that NER will provide a critical foundation capability enabling standardization and integration with other solutions addressing the cancer care continuum. The NER 2.0 incorporates industry feedback and was published on 28th of March 2023. Additional feedback and suggestions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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March 2023, National Cancer Grid is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Nikesh Shah as CEO for NCG-KCDO. Dr. Nikesh comes from a rich clinical background with expertise in global health, technology and oncology. Dr Nikesh will support NCG and its 300+ network hospitals for building a strong Digital Health team to transform the nature of cancer care to be more accessible, affordable and effective across the care continuum.View Profile
March 2023, NCG will support the empaneled EMR vendors to enhance their products to meet cancer specific requirements. In addition, NCG will promote the empaneled EMR vendors across the 300 NCG affiliated hospitals across India.
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January 2023, Koita Center for Digital Oncology (KCDO) and National Cancer Grid (NCG) organised a successful Industry Consultation at Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. The event was attended by over 100 industry experts from the digital health space and oncology. KCDO envisions helping 300+ NCG member centres leverage Digital Health technologies to meaningfully improve cancer care in India.View Images
January 2023, The Koita Center for Digital Oncology (KCDO) reached an important milestone in its Digital Health journey – the signing of MOU between National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare (NABH) and the National Cancer Grid (NCG) for the active cooperation and collaboration on digital health initiatives to bring a paradigm shift in cancer care in the country.Read more
27th August 2022, The National Cancer Grid (NCG), an initiative of the Union government through the Department of Atomic Energy and its grant-in-aid institution, the Tata Memorial Centre, has established the Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (KCDO) to promote the use of digital technologies and tools to improve cancer care across India.Read more
27th August 2022, The centre has been set up with the contributions received from the Koita Foundation, which will support it for five years The National Cancer Grid (NCG) has established the Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (KCDO) to promote use of digital technologies and tools to improve cancer care across India. The centre has been set up with the contributions received from the Koita Foundation, which will support it for five years.Read more
26th August 2022, कैंसर के मरीजों के लिए खुशखबरी, राष्ट्रीय कैंसर ग्रिड (एनसीजी) ने पूरे भारत में कैंसर के उपचार को और सुगम बनाने के लिए डिजिटल उपकरणों के उपयोग को बढ़ावा दे रही है। ताकि कैंसर के मरीजों को भटकना न पड़े, और वह देश के किसी भी हिस्से से इलाज के लिए अपने आधार कार्ड के जरिए डॉक्टर से संपर्क साध सके।Read more
26th August 2022, The National Cancer Grid (NCG) has established the Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (KCDO) to promote use of digital technologies and tools to improve cancer care across India. The Centre has been set up with the contributions received from the Koita Foundation, which will support it for five years. The Tata Memorial Centre and Koita Foundation formalized the collaboration by signing an MoU at the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai today.Read more
29th August 2022, India’s National Cancer Grid (NCG) has established the Koita Centre for Digital Oncology (KCDO) to improve cancer care across the country using digital tools and technologies.Read more
Nikesh brings 20+ years of broad leadership, growth and technology expertise from a combination of global operations, healthcare consulting and startup experience at reputed multinational organizations such as Accenture, Capgemini and Cotiviti.
Nikesh has experience on the payer and provider side managing large scale operations, enabling business transformation and driving technological innovation. On the provider side, his work has been focused on clinical documentation, care coordination, clinical data analytics and data digitization services. On the payer side, his experience comprises payment processing, claim audits, population health and data analytics. In these roles, Nikesh has led large and diverse multi geography teams of close to 2000 staff. More recently, he led a start-up building a cloud based digital health infrastructure platform and managed growth and expansion for a surgical oncology hospital group.
Nikesh completed his MBBS from Mumbai University and a Masters in Health Administration from Cornell University. Nikesh has also completed Leadership Training from eminent institutes like HBS, IIM-A and ISB.