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Providence India Expands Operations, Doubling Workforce Amid Growing Demand for Tech-Enabled Healthcare Solutions

Providence India, a leading global healthcare engineering, operations, and innovation center, marked a significant milestone today with the inauguration of its new office facility in Hyderabad. The expansion comes alongside the announcement of plans to more than double its workforce in India, reflecting the increasing demand for future-ready capabilities in tech-enabled healthcare solutions.

The inauguration ceremony witnessed the esteemed presence of Hon’ble IT Minister Sri D Sridhar Babu, US Consul General - Hyderabad Jennifer Larson, Providence President and CEO Rod Hochman, M.D., Providence CIO Mr. B.J. Moore, Chief Global Officer Mr. Murali Krishna, and other notable dignitaries and industry leaders.

Established in February 2020 by Providence, a leading not-for-profit US health system, Providence India aims to accelerate digital transformation efforts through a global capability model. In just three years, Providence India has evolved into a global health-tech innovation center, boasting a workforce of 1,400 highly specialized technology, operations, and healthcare domain experts, with 37% representation from women. Their contributions have facilitated the completion of approximately 10 years' worth of complex transformation programs and expedited the shift toward value-based care.

Now entering its fourth year, Providence India is poised to leverage its global capability model to extend support to multiple US health systems in unlocking value through digital transformation. The expansion will entail the deployment of cutting-edge technologies such as Generative AI, predictive analytics, Cloud solutions, and process automation, among others.

Expressing his views, Providence President and CEO Rod Hochman highlighted the pivotal role played by the India team in driving healthcare technology innovations. He emphasized the organization's commitment to leveraging advanced technology to enhance patient outcomes, improve experiences, and deliver affordable and accessible care.

Welcoming the expansion, Hon’ble IT Minister of Telangana D. Sridhar Babu lauded Providence for its continued growth and contribution to the region's healthcare landscape. He expressed delight over the prospect of creating 2,000 additional jobs by 2025, underscoring the government's commitment to fostering innovation and technological development in the state.

Chief Global Officer and Country Head of Providence India, Mr. Murali Krishna, emphasized the company's relentless commitment to health-tech innovation. He highlighted the inclusive work environment fostered by the organization, emphasizing partnerships with U.S. health systems to drive digital transformation and unlock value through AI-enabled products and services.

The new office facility in Hyderabad will serve as a central hub for critical functions, including cloud, cybersecurity, clinical applications and digital solutions, data analytics, product development, process automation, and emerging technologies like Generative AI. Leveraging India's diverse expertise and talent pools, Providence India will actively recruit skilled professionals in these areas.

Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Providence, Mr. B.J. Moore, underscored India's stature as a global technology innovation leader. He expressed excitement over tapping into India's high-caliber talent pool to drive digital transformation in healthcare, emphasizing the organization's commitment to revolutionizing digital healthcare delivery.

Providence India's new facility, built to LEED and WELL-Platinum standards, boasts a biophilic design incorporating over 150 plant species. It features state-of-the-art amenities such as modular multi-purpose rooms, gender-neutral washrooms, wellness rooms, recreation areas, and access-friendly facilities for individuals with disabilities.


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