Sarang Deo is Professor of Operations Management at the Indian School of Business. His primary area of interest is health care operations with special emphasis on investigating the impact of operations decisions on population-level health outcomes. He has studied the influenza vaccine supply chain and the phenomenon of ambulance diversion (in the US), the adult HIV treatment supply chains and the infant HIV diagnosis networks in sub-Saharan Africa, and more recently the TB diagnosis pathway in rural India. He frequently collaborates with international agencies such as the Clinton Health Access Initiative and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and his research has been funded by the US National Science Foundation and Grand Challenges Canada.
Prior to joining the ISB, Sarang was Assistant Professor at the Kellogg School of Management. He was a management consultant in the Accenture’s Mumbai office before embarking on an academic career. Sarang has a PhD from UCLA Anderson School of Management, an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad, and BTech from IIT Bombay.
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Deo, Sarang (2012), Using Operations Management to Improve Healthcare Access, ISB Insight, December 31, 2012
Deo, Sarang (2012), When Hospitals Turn Away Ambulances, Kellogg Insight, June 04, 2012
Deo, Sarang (2012), Accel Partners, IDG Ventures to invest $5 million in Forus Health, Economic Times, May 01, 2012
Deo, Sarang (2011), Decentralization of resource-constrained networks, Pharmabiz, October 20, 2011
Deo, Sarang (2011), A Potentially Fatal Illness, An Unpredictable Vaccine, Kellogg Insight, April 01, 2011
Deo, Sarang (2009), Rational Rationing, Kellogg Insight, December 01, 2009