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Doctors need to constantly learn and keep themselves updated about the latest practices in their field. Case-based learning (clinical cases) is considered to be the best way to go about doing that. The traditional methods for case discussions are medical conferences and medical journals, but the cost and time doctors need to spend on these, often make it difficult. Also, on average, a medical doctor takes 30 key decisions per day which range from what drug to prescribe, when to do a surgery, what device to use, to when to discharge a patient.


DailyRounds is a healthcare startup focused on organizing “Knowledge of practice of Medicine” and building a community of Doctors (and healthcare professionals). We hold the largest IP (intellectual property) in clinical medicine in India. We hope to put this IP, network, and our best efforts to help Doctors improve how they diagnose and treat. We are a diverse team of 300 people based in Bangalore.

We are product-driven. We believe businesses should scale and be profitable. We stay away from fads and focus on what makes business sense, what can scale, and what can make a positive impact (in that order).

In April 2019 M3 India, the Indian subsidiary of Japanese Healthtech company M3 (one of the largest healthcare networks globally, listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange), picked up a majority stake in DailyRounds to foray into case-based problem-solving, community platform and medical test preparation business in India.”


  • Lead key projects from idea to launch and post-launch analysis and improvements.
  • Work closely with our leadership team to develop our product development strategy.
  • Take responsibility for the product backlog and sprint planning.
  • Challenge oneself on SSS i.e. ( Security, Scalability, Stability)
  • Invest 20% of working hours into Creative learning, Research, and Development.
  • Get an opportunity to own a Product, Technology and take new initiative with RnD.
  • Lead a team of PMs & APMs giving them path to grow and develop their skills.


  • 7-9 years of experience in product management.
  • A good understanding of technology and software development, maybe you’re not a coder but you think in a logical manner.
  • Have a great sensitivity for a good product, UX.
  • Problem-solving: break down issues into smaller bite-sized ones and be comfortable in trying different solutions.
  • Perfectionist/attention to detail: Goes without saying that you can’t build a great product without it.
  • Analytics: You need to love numbers. You can’t build a good product if you can’t measure how effective your features are.
  • You’ll be expected to come up with ways to capture engagement, intent and more, translating that into actionable features.
  • Good communicator: You need to be a good communicator, as well as being a good listener as this will directly impact how you build the product.
  • Passionate about application scalability, availability, reliability, and security.
  • Communicating complex technical concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences.

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