Devi Bajaj

Devi Bajaj studied Health Policy and Management and International Relations at the University of Southern California from 2006-2010. After that she moved to Boston and worked for the Clinton Foundation and Tufts Medical Center. In 2011 she moved back to Thailand to work at the first JCI accredited hospital in Southeast Asia: Bumrungrad International Hospital, which is the hospital that put medical tourism in Thailand on the map in the 1990s. While at the hospital she coordinated the expansion of Bumrungrad's ophthalmology department, worked on introducing the arrhythmia lab for the cardiology department, and was responsible for setting up the hospital's diagnostic clinic in Yangon, Myanmar for downward referrals back to Bangkok. She found and addressed bottlenecks in the outpatient process to improve customer satisfaction, which is why she got into healthcare in the first place. Following her experience at the hospital she worked for a telemedicine platform and a wellness consultancy that offers turn-key services for health resorts and wellness centers. In 2018, she started her own company, Enliven, which is a health and wellness concierge and consultancy service in Thailand. For more on Enliven: