Realising that there will never be sufficient doctors to treat patients in India individually, Sujay incepted iKure in 2010. Today, iKure is catering to 10.2 million underserved people across 7 states in India & treated more than a million patients and recognised as a prominent sustainable primary healthcare model globally. In recognition of his outstanding efforts in the field of social innovation, he has been awarded with Ashoka Fellowship in 2016 and conferred with the ‘100 Most Impactful Healthcare Leader Award’ in 2019. Sujay did MCA from IETE and EPGM from MIT Sloan School of Management, USA.
Globally recognised as an eminent speaker, Sujay is also the CII National Core Committee Member of IT & ITES and Subcommittee member of ‘Digital Skilling’ contributing to the formulation of Govt. health policies.