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From Jugaad to Jaguar

I think the only exact translation of Bootstrapping is "Jugaad", the term for managing with what you have, and yet delivering.>The…Continue

Tags: bootstrap

Started Feb 26, 2013

So you are the CIO?
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(The following is a part of a series of posts titled "The art of hospital automation" and caters to IT Entrepreneurs who provide IT services in Healthcare sector)Links:…Continue

Tags: hospital, medical, CIO, Healthcare, healthcare-IT

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Yes - I have my own Startup
About Me:
*About me*: Doctor by education, entrepreneur by profession, writer by passion. That sums me up.

Thru my company we provide following services:
1. vHEAL EMR (electronic medical records) See

2. Thru, we provide services related to eLearning, typically Moodle as LMS. We provide turnkey services for Corporates, organisations, hospitals and Edu. Inst. for implementing, hosting, training and administering Moodle

Healthcare: vHeal, EMR, HIS, Business consultancy-Healthcare IT, change management (clinical transformation), WorldVista, eHIS, Care2X, patientOS, open EMR
Are you looking for co-founders to start with?
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Collaboration opportunities
Focus Areas / Interests
technology, IT/ITES, healthcare, education, networking

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Startups don't have to compromise

Should a start-up company, usually not cash-rich, always struggle for its operations, marketing etc. or is it possible to do everything in low or almost no budget? Can automation make things feasible or do we always need expert staff? Can we do most things ourselves or should we outsource things.

When I launched my company, all I had was some confidence and enthusiasm. No cash. (don't have it even now). But over the time, I did manage to Automate a lot of stuff…


Posted on January 22, 2013 at 7:23pm — 2 Comments

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At 3:28pm on February 26, 2013, Ashish Belagali said…

Thank you for adding me as a friend. How are you doing? Meeting you the other day was nice.


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