NASSCOM PRIME and Apollo Hospitals joined hands to launch Technical Educational Platform

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NASSCOM PRIME and Apollo Hospitals joined hands to launch Technical Educational Platform

NASSCOM PRIME and Apollo Hospitals joined hands to launch Technical Educational Platform. NASSCOM FutureSkills® PRIME has collaborated with Apollo Hospitals to launch a Joint Technical Educational Platform.

This unique collaboration will help in promoting multi-skilling and re-skilling along with enabling unlearning and re-learning to stay relevant, efficient, and productive.

Upskilling through the technical education platform will lead to an “alternate” way of thinking thereby adding a high level of effectiveness to overall healthcare delivery.

The collaboration with NASSCOM FutureSkills PRIME (www.futureskillsprime.in) takes learning to the next level with a single comprehensive destination for skilling that will cover the use of digital technology in healthcare management as well as its use to create effective healthcare delivery ecosystem across societies.

Promoting a single comprehensive destination for skilling the collaboration will provide an innovative and flexible training approach by mapping the training to workers levels and career paths. Furthermore, it will help foster careers and motivate them to perform better.

Over the last 3 decades, India has become a global leader in IT, with the largest tech talent pool of 4.47 million, 138,000 net new hires to add over USD 4Bn revenues despite the pandemic.

To create the necessary talent pipeline even in the healthcare ecosystem, this Joint Technical Educational Platform will further NASSCOM and Apollo’s vision to create an ecosystem that drives learning, digital skilling and preparedness for the digital healthcare of the future, while helping to unleash the innovative thinking that is integral to digital technologies.

Owing to the skill shortage, it can be observed that the coming two decades will see 90% of jobs requiring some level of digital proficiency.

Hence, honing new age skill technologies including AI, ML, cloud, and data analytics can not only increase access to healthcare for all, but also help reduce the medical skill gap amongst doctors and other medical staff.

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