The Healthy Indian Project gets certified by AACI

American Accreditation Commission International (AACI) has certified The Healthy Indian Project’s health information and fact checking platform, making it first Indian website to be accredited by the prestigious institute

New Delhi: American Accreditation Commission International (AACI) that provides @TRUST accreditation to medical content publishers has rated The Healthy Indian Project (THIP) as a credible publisher of medical content. AACI’s evaluation criteria scrutinizes publishers on the editorial methodology and quality of the medical content published.
THIP becomes the first Indian website to be accredited by AACI. The various other websites accredited by AACI worldwide includes Healthline, Medical News Today,,, R3i, and many others.
Speaking about the certification, Sudipta Sengupta, CEO, The Healthy Indian Project says, “One of our recent surveys shows that 62 per cent of Indians find it difficult to recognize credible health information in the online space. Certifications by AACI aim at solving that problem. We are trying to create a trusted healthcare information ecosystem for the Indians. While THIP’s editorial team follows a strict discipline to maintain editorial standards of the medical content we publish, subjecting ourselves to third party audits helps us stay focused. Being accredited by AACI will also boost the confidence of our readers.”
Speaking on the occasion, Kresimir Antonio Paliska, CEO and Senior Vice President, AACI says, “Congratulations to THIP on achieving the @TRUST excellence award for Medical Web Content. It is comforting to know that trustworthy, clinical information can be found on the internet in these unusual times of rampant misinformation. We were impressed by THIP’s commitment towards editorial processes while creating trusted medical content.”