WHO WE ARE
The Indian Society of Health Professionals (ISHP) was conceptualized and established in April 2010 to work in various aspects of the healthcare arena in India. It was started as an offshoot of its sister organization, Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP) to undertake rural healthcare initiatives. As the quantum of healthcare activities increased, ISHP was established as an independent organization in April, 2010.
The vision of this organization is to build, promote, develop and manage health care facilities and resources to achieve equitable and holistic health care across India. The priority areas are Consultancy services for various health care organizations, Skill development in health care, Technology based initiatives to deliver preventative and public health programmes to a large population.
ISHP aims at establishing a network of healthcare professionals to deliver effective & improved health service to the last mile clients. ISHP is also keen to develop enhanced healthcare facilities across rural India and thereby promoting better health outcomes in the target regions.
Indian Society of Healthcare Professionals (ISHP) is a non-government, non-profit organization incorporated in 2010, under Section 25 of the Indian Companies Act. ISHP is a part of a group of social ventures which aim to achieve holistic rural development solutions by working in the areas of Rural Healthcare, Skill Development, Agriculture and Rural Education.
To strengthen the health systems in the country by establishing and leveraging a network of healthcare professionals and thereby making a significant contribution to the achievement of health-related Millennium Development Goals.
To establish a network of healthcare professionals across the country, which will be a platform for :
• Bridging the needy in the rural areas and volunteer medical experts who would be willing to provide services for medical outreach camps and capacity building of rural healthcare workers.
• Building a repository of best health/medical practices.
• Enabling the members to function as an interdisciplinary team for working in areas of common and public interest.
• Delivering effective healthcare delivery mechanisms to the last mile clients by leveraging technology
* NASSCOM Foundation's BigTech program
* Google for Nonprofits program