Meet Archana Balaji, a gold medallist in cardiology graduation program and our cardiology Solutions Leader. She firmly believes in the use of non-invasive technology to predict onset of cardiac diseases early and aspires to place them in the hands of every healthcare provider – for a heart healthier India. A mission GenWorks has undertaken as well. She helped over 1000 physicians in the small towns of India adopt these technologies with predictive automated functional imaging.
“My work touches millions of hearts..and I am helping save lives... literally. It gives me immense joy and satisfaction. I am not selling cardiac ultrasound technology. I am helping India get heart healthy by helping healthcare providers predict disease early.”
Archana is one of the very few women in a tough healthcare device industry where marketing such high end technologies require great knowledge and commitment. We are blessed she decided to be part GenWorks when we started two years ago, leaving her big position in an MNC to follow her heart.
Meet Anandita Jaiswal: Our People Manager. Anandita has been at work from the beginning of GenWorks formation two years ago to create the right environment for our team to go forward as one team with one purpose which made them hugely successful. Well done Anandita!
“Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I learn. I love this ancient quote and that’s what I have been trying to do – learn something every day to stay ahead of the curve; involve everyone in our purpose. We are one team and we are at work for a healthier India. I am beaming with pride when I see our team making it happen in the field– everyday!”
Geetanjali did her schooling in the prestigious Daly College in Indore. Completed Medical Imaging degree from Symbiosis, Pune. Identified very early in her career as a young talent in GE and put through fast track programs, she was one of the first graduates of RISE Program for grooming young talents as successful leaders and selected to lead GE effort of improving healthcare access through GenWorks.
Geetanjali leads Marketing for GenWorks and has done exemplary job in communicating the GenWorks story of bringing affordable care through her marketing and customer enabling efforts. She is also the incubation leader for GenWorks, incubating ideas to sustainable commercial projects and is a key stakeholder in building GenWorks solutions for enabling customer success.
“Creativity is “Intelligence having fun” said Albert Einstein. GenWorks is fun and the energy to engage and enable a healthier India. To be the best at something I believe it is about working hard , constantly learning through unlearning and of course having Fun putting your creativity to the best use. I believe being creative and committed to customer success is the way forward and no better reason than doing that @work for Healthier India."
In her 2 years in GenWorks she has demonstrated her leadership skills to put GenWorks on fast track by leading an young team and is a role model winning GenWorks Hero award for both the years in succession.
Meet Shilpa M K, veteran leader and backbone of our Commercial Operations. Shilpa is available to healthcare providers virtually 24/7 to ensure technology is delivered in time, wherever they are! It calls for tough negotiations and coordination with packers to transporters to channel partners and our users. She is thorough with every product, every part, and every geographical location as well as time required to perform deliveries; and her ability to report honestly to customers in the rare event of a delivery delay or damage makes her the most trusted friend at GenWorks for all our customers.
“I know the value of technology availability for the most needy patients. I have suffered personal loss due to non-availability of technology assisted care. I have derived strength from my loss to ensure I would not let that happen to anyone who depends on us. In the process, my contribution strengthens our mission of a healthier India too”. Most of tier II and beyond towns of India have limited access to quality technology, which makes patients travel long distances to avail them. Placing more technologies to where people are matters a lot in providing care and saving lives.