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We are a

global healthcare delivery and technology group

Based in Singapore, we use innovative technologies to transform healthcare worldwide.

The Alcela Accelerator

Supports early-stage,
health-technology and delivery companies to grow and scale through:

Mentorship

We provide intense hands on inputs based upon our global experience spanning the healthcare landscape from clinical care to public health, and from machine intelligence to large scale operations management. 

Access

We operate businesses and nonprofits in over 25 countries targeting every segment of healthcare providers and patients.

 

 

 

Investment

We invite startups to a 3-6 month round of early stage investment, linked closely to our mentorship and access programs. 

 

 

 

Our leadership has experience
working in 5 continents

Pakistan

1 of 17

Bangladesh

2 of 17

India

3 of 17

Indonesia

4 of 17

Nigeria

5 of 17

Philippines

6 of 17

Singapore

7 of 17

South Africa

8 of 17

Sweden

9 of 17

Turkey

10 of 17

United Arab Emirates

11 of 17

United States

12 of 17

Vietnam

13 of 17

United Kingdom

14 of 17

Brazil

15 of 17

Ethiopia

16 of 17

Switzerland

17 of 17

Current Alcela
Ventures

Alcela is currently incubating and supporting a number of innovative ventures which use a combination of cutting-edge technology and skilled healthcare providers to transform care globally.

Meet the Team!

Chief Executive Officer

Aamir Khan

Aamir Khan is an epidemiologist entrepreneur based in Singapore who has founded and led companies in the global health (IRD), health information technology (IHS), healthcare (CHS) and venture accelerator space (Alcela) . 

Aamir previously founded Interactive Research and Development (IRD), a not-for-profit that improves global health through process and technology innovations. IRD is based in Singapore with global health delivery teams operating in Dhaka, Dubai, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Karachi, Lagos and Manila supporting programs in over 20 countries. In 2020, IRD has a direct grant portfolio of USD 30m, and is partnered on consortium grants totaling over USD 200m. He co-founded the Global Health Directorate at the Indus Health Network and brought  grants in excess of USD 130m to the network’s operations.

Aamir trained in medicine at the Aga Khan University and in international health from the Johns Hopkins University. He has a part-time faculty appointment at the Harvard Medical School. 

Chief Medical Officer and Advisor

Zayed Yasin

Zayed Yasin MD/MBA is a physician entrepreneur who specializes in using technology to drive healthcare delivery innovation. He has experience in public and private healthcare in the US, Europe and Asia, where he has developed an analytics platform for a regional health system in Sweden, a prehospital dispatch and management system for a private hospital group in India, and a SMS-based patient engagement platform being used in US primary care.

As Chief Medical Officer of Alcela, Zayed is focused on developing and implementing technology enabled care delivery solutions, with a focus on both acute care and chronic disease management.

Zayed is an Emergency Medicine specialist trained at Harvard and Yale, and was on faculty at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. He did his MBA at the Harvard Business School, where he worked with Professor Michael Porter developing new paradigms for Value Based Care. He co-founded an Emergency Medicine training program at the Indus Hospital in Karachi, Pakistan, and is currently a visiting instructor in Emergency Medicine at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Sweden.

Chief Technology Officer and Advisor

Ali Habib

Ali Habib is a technology specialist with more than a decade of experience in designing, developing, and implementing health information systems.

Ali co-founded Interactive Health Solutions in 2013, and has executed USD 5 million of information technology projects in over 20 countries in Asia, Africa, and South America.

Globally, over 10 million people have been screened for tuberculosis, over two million children and women enrolled in immunization registries, hundreds of thousands of people screened for anxiety and depression and linked to care – all on information systems Ali and team have developed and deployed. Several are operational at national and regional scale in Pakistan, South Africa, and Indonesia.

Ali is currently rolling out a mobile app to empower tens of thousands of adolescent girls for social change; a highly configurable EMR that allows disease programs to track and maximize resource utilization; and an SMS based patient engagement system in the US.

Ali has a Master of Engineering Management degree from Duke University. He advises national health departments in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Zimbabwe on information needs assessment, interoperability, and system integration

We welcome your questions, business plans, and opportunities for collaboration

  • Office Address:583 Orchard Road #06-01 Forum, Singapore 238884
  • Email:info@alcela.care