web : www.trackmybeat.com
location : New Delhi
Life and Career
Like many South Asian children, Shampa is a product of partition. Her parents, though both from what is now Bangladesh, went in separate directions in 1947 due to religion and would have never met had they not moved to the United States in the 60s to pursue their career and their studies. She was brought up by an exceptionally strong, intelligent mother and an unusually sensitive, hard-working father. Shampa grew up moving across four continents and eight countries, learning four languages, and assimilating as many cultures as she came across.
Shampa pursued degrees in both political science and industrial engineering in university in order to eventually work in social business – combining the need for economic growth with the needs of the community.
Shampa’s career began in the public sector working for an international development agency and then the United Nations. She went on to do MBA because she felt it was necessary in order to make the switch into the private sector.
Role at TrackMyBeat
TrackMyBeat is a socially minded business which contributes to the economic growth in India in two ways: 1) by generating wealth and possibly becoming an Indian export and 2) by addressing one of the main obstacles in India’s way – the alarming rise of chronic ‘lifestyle’ diseases in the country.
In order to expand successfully, a start-up needs to start establishing processes and operating procedures from its inception. Laying a solid foundation enables growth. Shampa’s role is to make sure TMB is taking into account as many eventualities as possible and strip them to their core in order to create a really simple process which every employee understands and can adhere to. She also oversees the internal sales operations and social media marketing channels.
Shampa claims to have never liked working out, but since becoming a mother, she felt that working out was the only time when she could get any peace. She likes to take an hour every other days in order to ‘zone out’ and focus on her wellbeing. Great music helps.
Message to SHEROES
Don’t settle, especially when it comes to your or your family’s health - always look for a solution which works for you. It is not always possible, but you would be surprised at how often you can make a small change which improves your life.
The market need
India has the largest population of non-communicable and chronic diseases (NCD) in the world with over 75 million urban Indians suffering from chronic diseases. At the same time, the concept of a trusted family doctor, who used to typically manage such diseases, has simply ceased to exist in modern India.
Quality of treatment for chronic patients is poor with:
The TMB Product Offering – healthcare management for chronic patients
TrackMyBeat’s solution can enable a substantial improvement in quality of doctor visit and patient treatment. Opting for TMB’s plan ensures that allusers have ready access to their medical records which they can easily share with their physician. Critical health data is available to users on their personal health dashboard, where they can constantly update the data using the supplied smart devices and monitor their health status. Alerts are generated automatically in order to inform users of possible complications. This approach ensures that not only are diseases and risk factors identified early, but also addressed and monitored for the whole year creating a virtuous cycle leading to the optimum management of an user’s health.
TrackMyBeat’sgoal is to make it possible for its user to lead a healthier life.
Screening (optional – depending on plan) is offered through reputed healthcare partners, while the monitoring, analysis and interactions are offered by TMB remotely using mHealth tools (wireless enabled diagnostic devices and mobile applications), supported by centralized information technology solutions (with automatic alerting capability) and mobile communications (Voice, SMS, machine to machine communications).
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