MedTrix Healthcare – A story of Guts, Glory and a Glimpse of Hope


Vimal Narayanan, Founder & CEO, MedTrix Healthcare

At a time when the pandemic is raging again in our country, there are quite a few stories being made. From adding 10 unicorns starting Jan 2021, the Indian start-up ecosystem has provided several reasons to smile even in these tough times.

MedTrix Healthcare — which started in 2012, and offers a robust mix of quality, knowledge, science, creativity and technology — has left us another such hope in the area of medical communications. The company was formed with a brand philosophy of Power of One —which signifies One unique platform offering solutions for clients and employees. The philosophy also reflects the fact that MedTrix remains one of the very few companies in India and abroad with a unique business model designed to support clients at such a high point in the value chain.

In the highly regulated space of life sciences and pharma, which are the traditional bastions of Western agencies, MedTrix has been able to carve out a space for itself through innovation, talent, technology and the relentless pursuit of excellence, which help the company acquire, support and retain clients.

One of MedTrix’s key strengths is to provide a full spectrum of services to clientele, including North American and European HQs of atleast 6 of the top 25 pharma companies across the world.

MedTrix was able to create several first-in-the-world solutions in Oncology, Respiratory Diseases, Facial Aesthetics, Nutritional sciences and OTC medications for their clients.

Thousands of physicians across different specialties have been beneficiaries of the new-age medical media created every single day at MedTrix.

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Clearly, the brand proves that India would be a hotbed of innovation, science and technology in medical education, delivered in innovative formats. Arguably, with the world’s largest talent pool in the domain, which is essential for progress in the area of medical education, we could be world leaders.

With the pandemic presenting the possibility of increased connectivity, which could lead to a magnificent amalgamation of health and technology, it is prudent that we book our berths for this journey towards glory.

Watch this space for the next 5 years to know and follow the exciting concept of Med‑EdTech, which is all about providing medical education through technology.

Disclaimer: Content Produced by ET Edge


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