HealthCubed Welcomes Runam Mehta as Chief Growth Officer

by | Feb 11, 2021

Bangalore, February 11, 2021: HealthCubed a primary care technology company, today announced the appointment of Runam Mehta as Chief Growth Officer.

“I am very excited to join a team par excellence (Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan – CEO & Dr. Radha Rangarajan – CSO) here at HealthCubed. The healthcare ecosystem in India is ready for an injection of cutting-edge technology and HealthCubed with their propriety IP is well poised to do so. The HC device is a path-breaking innovation that can change the way health care gets delivered in this country. We are keen to explore scalable business solutions across segments,” commented Runam Mehta.

Prior to joining HealthCubed, Runam led Strategic Initiatives as Vice President at Portea Medical, a leading home healthcare pioneer. She had been with Portea since its inception and has played an instrumental role in making Portea the fastest growing provider of in-home medical care in India. Runam has 14 years of experience building businesses in the healthcare sector. She spearheaded India’s first and largest home isolation program for COVID patients. She ran her own successful start-up as well.

Runam received a Post Graduate Certificate in Executive General Management Program from IIM – Bangalore.


About HealthCube
HealthCubed’s primary product is a medically balanced, technologically sophisticated, handy, portable diagnosis system, similar to a set-top box, that can be used easily anywhere by anyone with minimal training. The system is a combination of smart diagnostics and artificial intelligence to facilitate rapid screening of patients. It provides accurate results for reliable patient screening. HealthCube provides results in 3 to 15 minutes for 30+ tests across various parameters like vitals, biochemistry, infectious diseases, and cardiac markers, etc.

HealthCubed has footprints across four continents. In Kenya, we are working with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support diagnostic services in the remote parts of the country through ten clinics. In India, HealthCube devices are deployed across 22 states. HealthCubed is also working on different operating models with 11 State Governments. HealthCubed works with the Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation in Bhagalpur on maternal health.  Leading corporates have collaborated with HealthCubed for their CSR programs including Vodafone Idea ltd, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, among others.

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