I do not have a story that would qualify as a heart-warming or uplifting moment in my career. A simple, plain-spoken individual with a typical childhood and a schooling with a blandly average reputation I do not have major accomplishments to write of.

What I realize that I possessed and enjoyed were a brilliantly supportive family I was born into, friends that I made along the way and an equally wonderful family that I created. These associations were the main nourishment that helped me work through several ranks that pushed me to constantly aim higher.

While I do not have any sterling professional accolades, I have always been fortunate to have worked for some of the best bosses who were always an inspiration that pushed me to be the same to those who reported to me. I have cultivated a healthy appetite for learning and reading. This one habit has been a constant companion to me giving me the luxury of never being alone.

As I enter post-retirement, I have been fortunate again, to be associated with some brilliant minds who have opened their hearts and doors to me. I have been granted the rare gift of pursuing a passion at a stage in life when most would be content to look forward to quiet days sustained by a steady fixed income.

Not me, I guess.



Currently, Group CIO
of KIMS Hospitals, Hyderabad, India.

Focuses on delivering a large IT initiative for operational efficiency across the KIMS group, to bring a data-driven approach through the use of ERP and data analytics.


Chief Information Officer, Walden Behavioral Care, USA,

Managed the transition of Walden from a paper-based patient record to EMR by integrating the clinical, billing and ancillary (laboratory and pharmacy) services.

Vice President, Continental Hospitals, India,

Inder worked with the Board and Chairman to replace a previously commissioned EMR with a custom one more suited to their needs. This moved helped the hospital save millions in outlay. Role also necessitated, heading hospital administration in all non-clinical areas.

Group Chief Information Officer, Global Hospitals

Deployed comprehensive IT system across their hospitals in four states of Southern and Western India. Instrumental in designing and commissioning state of the art data center and IT infrastructure for a new unit in Bombay.

Chief Executive Officer, Aosta Software Company

Headed a software company as CEO with a Hospital Information System as its flagship product. Tripled revenues in the first 16 months through product enhancement and re-positioning in the market.



Worked and consulted with various organizations in the USA in roles that focused on using IT in medical management. Positions involved managing EMR implementation projects, evaluating the technical viability and operability of a patient treatment modality systems, administration of IT department, creating information dashboard unifying patient and financial stats from 12 hospitals across New England region, serving on Massachusetts State IT & Patient Privacy panel, serving on the Georgia State IT & Patient Privacy panel, etc.

Some of the organizations Inder has worked with include IMNET/HBOC-McKesson, Georgia Dept. of Health , Choate Medical Systems, New England Medical Center.

Inder has also briefly experimented with entrepreneurship, running a successful premium European car servicing agency.


MS [1991 – 1993] – University of Massachusetts, USA

MBA [1980 – 1983] – PSG College of Technology, India



A Webinar on The Future of jobs in a world of AI & Robotics for Students of PSG Institute of Management & PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India.

The summit would ponder & conclude over the current relevant shifts apparent in the Indian healthcare landscape from the perspective of integration of advanced technologies & penetration of health insurance to the remotest corners due to the proactive approach of both state and central governments, as well as undoubtedly private players.

For the first time dynamic CIO partners with the Center of Excellence - IoT (A joint venture initiative of ERNET and NASSCOM) bringing a new dimension to amplify the innovation in Healthcare technology.
Award: Healthcare Transformation, New Delhi. NASSCOM & Dynamic CIO sponsored.

Ruckus Big Dogs is a 2 1/2 day conference held annually in select locations across the globe for Ruckus top partners. At this invitation-only event the focus is on mutual learning and networking, with the goal of strengthening relationships and accelerating business growth.

Seek to bring together major stakeholders of the country’s healthcare system on the HLF platform to deliberate, discuss and take proactive measures to create a ‘Roadmap for Inclusive Healthcare in India’.