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How ‘Telemedicine’ can reduce India’s healthcare spending

How ‘Telemedicine’ can reduce India’s healthcare spending

By ICTpost Healthcare Bureau Much of the health care spending in India, and in the rest of the world, is on expensive and ineffective forms of treatment. One third of…

Telemedicine should be deployed intelligently to maximize health services in India

Telemedicine should be deployed intelligently to maximize health services in India

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have great potential to address some of the challenges faced by both developed and developing countries in providing accessible, cost effective,…

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response in Kerala

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response in Kerala

ICTpost eHealth Bureau The Indian state of Kerala has been devastated by severe floods. More than 350 people have died, while more than a million have been evacuated to over…

The 4 “-e’s” of eHealth in India: connectivity, conformity, usability, security

The 4 “-e’s” of eHealth in India: connectivity, conformity, usability, security

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Usability and reliable connectivity is critical in the widespread adoption of connected medical devices. The ability for patients and providers to collect, access, and share data…

Social media offers lead to how infectious diseases spread

Social media offers lead to how infectious diseases spread

ICTpost Social Media Bureau Social media could help researchers collect clues when it comes to controlling infectious diseases. Published in Science (Title: Contagion, Contagion, Manuscript Number: science.1244492), Chris Bauch, a…

Progress in Indian healthcare requires a diverse Health IT ecosystem

Progress in Indian healthcare requires a diverse Health IT ecosystem

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Establishing and maintaining a healthy and diverse Health Information Technology (HIT) Ecosystem will be critical if we want to reach our ultimate goal of healthier populations…

Barcodes could save healthcare $300M

Barcodes could save healthcare $300M

ICTpost mHealth Bureau New provisional research indicates that health IT can help hospitals focus on quality care improvement, reduce mortality rates and boost patient satisfaction. A study published in Vaccine has tried to…

Using social media to engage, listen and learn in Indian Healthcare

Using social media to engage, listen and learn in Indian Healthcare

ICTpost Social Media Bureau Nine of 10 (or about 88%) online consumers in India share content on social media sites compared to 71% globally, according to a survey report. The survey…

The 4 “-e’s” of eHealth in India: connectivity, conformity, usability, security

The 4 “-e’s” of eHealth in India: connectivity, conformity, usability, security

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Usability and reliable connectivity is critical in the widespread adoption of connected medical devices. The ability for patients and providers to collect, access, and share data…

Medical Learning: How social media can provide the answer

Medical Learning: How social media can provide the answer

Social media has invaded health care from at least three fronts: innovative startups, patient communities and medical centers. The Health 2.0 movement has nurtured dozens of startups with creative concepts…