Ir. (Ingenieur) Dharmesh Doshi is currently an Associate Director at the ECRI Asia Pacific regional office, having served in various capacities over the last 16 years. He is engaged in various healthcare projects related to technology assessment, management 16 years consulting, and market development. He is involved in the delivery of an extensive repertoire of ECRI expertise ranging from healthcare technology consulting, strategic medical equipment planning and procurement, biomedical engineering services planning, patient safety and risk management, and health technology assessment.
The expertise is delivered through publications, consulting and advisory services, management services, training, and speaking engagements at conferences and seminars. His consulting experience includes healthcare technology planning, biomedical engineering operations assessment and planning, medical equipment maintenance management, information and communications technology integration, medical device cybersecurity review, and medical device accident and adverse event investigations. His focus areas are on Healthcare Technology Management (HTM), Health Technology Assessment (HTA), medical equipment planning, healthcare asset management, and health IT and patient safety.
He has delivered numerous training programs and spoken at various conferenceson topics related to biomedical engineering, healthcare technology management, and patient safety. Mr. Doshi led the development of biomedical engineering competency training programsfor technicians and biomedical engineers that encompasses principles of safe, efficient, and cost-effective management and maintenance of medical equipment. Dharmesh completed his tertiary education with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, and subsequently obtained his MBA in Healthcare Management.
He is a Professional Engineer in the discipline of biomedical engineering and an ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE). He completed a 1-year Southeast Asia Healthcare Leadership Program (2017-2018) with Harvard Medical School.