Rizwan Koita

In a significant development for the healthcare sector, the Quality Council of India (QCI) proudly announces the appointment of Rizwan Koita as the new Chairperson for the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH).

Rizwan Koita’s appointment comes with a wealth of entrepreneurial prowess and academic excellence. Renowned as the founder of CitiusTech, India’s pioneering healthcare technology Unicorn, Shri Koita brings invaluable experience in leveraging technology to transform the healthcare landscape. His journey from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay to the esteemed halls of MIT Cambridge underscores his commitment to excellence and innovation.

Beyond his entrepreneurial endeavors, Rizwan Koita has made remarkable contributions to advancing digital health initiatives through his role as founder and director of the Koita Foundation. His collaboration with various government organizations has been instrumental in propelling forward the agenda of digital transformation in healthcare.

Under Rizwan Koita’s stewardship, NABH is poised to embark on a new era of progress and innovation. His vision is aligned with NABH’s mission to enhance healthcare quality, accessibility, and patient safety across India. With a focus on harnessing the power of technology and best practices, Shri Koita aims to drive transformative changes that will benefit patients and healthcare providers nationwide.

The eHealth community eagerly anticipates the positive impact that Shri Rizwan Koita’s leadership will bring to NABH, fostering a culture of excellence and driving forward the nation’s healthcare agenda. As India navigates through the complexities of modern healthcare, Koita’s appointment signifies a bold step towards a brighter, more inclusive future for all.

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