Two Indian Americans named for health innovator fellowship
Two Indian Americans Named For Health Innovator Fellowship. wo Indian Americans are among 20 healthcare leaders named for participation in the...
Washington: Two Indian Americans are among 20 healthcare leaders named for participation in the inaugural class of a US fellowship programme aimed at transforming the healthcare system.
Rishi Manchanda, chief medical officer, The Wonderful Company, Los Angeles, and Nisha Money, senior medical advisor at US Department of Homeland Security were selected for the Aspen Institute Health Innovators Fellowship.
This new two-year fellowship will strengthen the leadership of innovators across the US health care ecosystem and challenge them to create new approaches that will improve the health and well-being of all Americans, The Aspen Institute, an educational and policy studies organisation based in Washington, DC, said in a statement.
"We are thrilled to recognise an extraordinary group of individuals -- 10 men and 10 women -- who reflect the best of passion and commitment in the US health care system," said Rima Cohen, managing director of the Health Innovators Fellowship.
"The Fellowship will harness the creativity, deep expertise, and diverse experiences of these leaders to help solve our health system's complex challenges," she said.