| | DECEMBER 20194 Vol 02 · Issue 12 - 5 · DECEMBER, 2019 Publisher Alok Chaturvedi Managing Editor Anamika Sahu Editorial Ananth.V Srrayvinya OLM Sujith Vasudevan Susila Govindaraj Group Art DirectorAshok KumarAdvertising ManagersShivam AgarwalNoida Ashu Sethi Garima Anandadvertise@ceoinsightsindia.comEditorial queries editor@ceoinsightsindia.comTo subscribeVisit www.ceoinsightsindia.com/magazine-in or send emailto subscription@ceoinsightsindia.comCover price is Rs.150 per issue.Editor Alok ChaturvediPrinted and Published By Alok Chaturvedi on behalf of BizprintMedia Technologies Pvt Ltd and Printed at Precision Fototype Services at Sri Sabari Shopping Complex, 24 Residency Road Bangalore-560025 and Published At No. 124, 2nd Floor, Surya Chambers, Old Airport Road, Murugeshpalya, Bangalore-560017.Copyright © 2019 BizprintMedia Technologies Pvt Ltd, All rights reserved. Repro-duction in whole or part of any text, photography or illustrations without written permission from the publisher is prohibited. The publisher assumes no responsi-bility for unsolicited manuscripts, photographs or illustrations. Views and opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the magazine and accord-ingly, no liability is assumed by the publisher. Design Vimalraj S SivasankarVP - Sales & Marketing Amrit SinghCirculation Manager Magendran PerumalEditorial`Sisters', `Nurses', `Lady Doctors', and `Lady Pharmacists' are some of the roles we have confined women healthcare professionals with. True, as we rarely see any women leaders in the top brass making business-changing decisions, i.e., as leaders and innovators, to cut the age old clutter. This surely impacts several healthcare policies in terms of bettering them and the methodologies, which still lack in covering and offering the cent percent results for women and children health. As per a WHO report, women though constitute 70 percent of the health and social care workforce, delivering care to over five billion people and contributing $3 trillion to the global healthcare (2018 statistics), most of them are unpaid and unrecognized. But the scene is changing for better, at least in India, where we see an increasing number of women entrepreneurs taking-up the challenging roles to create effective and innovative solutions. Whether it's the story of Dr. Hema Divakar who is fuelling her passion to serve women's health, or any of our featured entrepreneurs in our current edition of CEO Insights Magazine's `10 Best Women Entrepreneurs in Healthcare ­ 2019', these unspoken sheroes are making positive dent on the global health ecosystem. Their stories of struggle, innovation, challenges and their undying zeal to serve the underserved are what make them unique. Read to know more about them.Do let us know what you think! Anamika SahuManaging Editoreditor@ceoinsightsindia.comThe Increasing Women's Value in Healthcare Ecosystem Correspondents Sigma Mohanty Subhadarshani Mohanty
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