Dr. V K Singh superannuated as Surgeon R Admiral from Indian Navy after 37 years in national & international assignments. He has degree of MBBS, Masters in Hospital Administration, Diplomate National Board in Hospital and Health Care Management, Fellow of Academy of Hospital Administration (AHA) and M Phil. He was awarded the Distinguished Services Medal for services to Zambia by the President of India and commendation by Zambia. He had been deputy chief medical officer of United Nations, visited/served in 42 countries, adjunct professor of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (MIT) Zaragoza, Spain, Director of Healthcare Asia for Lean Healthcare Excellence-Simpler, Chairman Board- Indian Society of Health Professionals, and consultant of National Disaster Management Authority. He was president of AHA, founder director of International Institute of Health Management Research, Adjunct research Professor- International Health Innovation Centre, Ivey School of Business, Canada, Chairman, Health Care Division of Quality Council of India. Developed European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) model for Healthcare in India released by Union Health Minister.
Presently, Managing Director-InnovatioCuris and Chairman InnovatioCuris Foundation of Healthcre and Excellence (ICFHE) and Adjunct Professor-World Health Innovation Network, Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Canada. He is also an Honorary Professor at Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquaire University, Australia. Visiting professor of Indian Institute Management and Indian Institute of Technology. He has also authored three books “Innovations in Healthcare Management: Cost-Effective and Sustainable Solutions” published in USA, 2015 which has been awarded Shingo Award of Repute in 2018 and has a special India edition adopted by reputed Management schools and another book published on “Planning and designing healthcare facilities – A lean innovative evidence based approach”, published in USA. He has co-authored third book ”Climatic Changes and Epidemiological Hotspots”, published in USA in 2022.