DR DEVI SHETTY

  • Infosys Innovating for a Better Tomorrow: In conversation with Dr Devi Shetty February 22, 2014

    Infosys joins hands with Network 18 in bringing forth fascinating stories behind innovations that have transformed India. CNN-IBN Deputy Editor Sagarika Ghose in conversation with renowned cardiac surgeon, Dr Devi Shetty, who has shown how basic and simple innovations can make it possible for one of the most expensive surgeries...
  • Narayana Health: Providing worldclass treatment to the poor December 23, 2013

    Award: Good Company Narayana Health Age: 60 Why He Won: For setting up a 6,000bed multispecialty hospital chain across India that provides worldclass treatment based on a crosssubsidised model. His Trigger: Most Indians cannot afford tertiary and specialty health care. One of the biggest reasons for them falling below the poverty...
  • Delhi superbug: Are we in denial? April 13, 2011

    Dr R Laxminarayan and Dr Devi Shetty speak to CNNIBN about Lancet Journal's NDM1 superbug study. ...
  • Government rolls back 5 pc healthcare tax March 22, 2011

    The proposal which was made during the Budget invoked opposition from the medical fraternity. ...
  • Govt rolls back five per cent healthcare tax March 22, 2011

    New Delhi: The Government on Tuesday rolled back the five per cent tax healthcare, which many called the misery tax as it made treatment more expensive. Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee made the announcement in his reply to the debate in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. The proposal which was put forth...
  • 5 pc service tax on healthcare: A 'misery' tax March 22, 2011

    New Delhi: The 5 per cent service tax on healthcare that the Government is likely to roll back on Tuesday would have made the treatment extremely expensive. Ever since the Government announced a new service tax on healthcare services this union Budget, pressure has been growing to announce a...
  • Forbes India: Dr Shetty and his business with a heart July 7, 2009

    Twentydayold Samuel Idokos parents were worried sick. The boys heart condition needed urgent surgery but back home in Nigeria, there were no hospitals dealing with such cases. They didnt even have the time to celebrate his birth as they rushed him to Bangalore. Their destination: Narayana Hrudyalaya Institute of Cardiac...