A senior healthcare professional who designed and executed innovative healthcare business models with corporates, governments, non-profits, and startups, Ikram has been working on creating health inclusive, accessible, compassionate, and affordable for the most underserved communities of the world, impacting more than 20 million rural and tribal population globally.
Previously, Ikram founded Medaxis Healthcare, a rural integrated healthcare delivery incubated at Y-combinator, and served as CEO of Rural Health Care Foundation, India's largest rural healthcare network, which served more than two million rural patients. Also, he consulted United Nations, Rockefeller Foundation, and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He regularly speaks at national and international conferences and has taught at many universities.
He has a Master of Public Health from the Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani, and studied for a Bachelor's in Physical Therapy at Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi. He is also trained in Public Private Partnership by The World Bank Institute, Washington DC, and Chulongkong University, Bangkok. Currently, he is pursuing an MBA program at the University of Minnesota.