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How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response

ICTpost Cloud Computing Bureau Natural disasters provide an absolute reminder that medical imaging providers need to have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan that accounts for data protection, as well as…

How to Use Mobile Phones to Increase Health activism

How to Use Mobile Phones to Increase Health activism

By ICTpost Media Action Bureau Health activism involves a challenge to the existing order whenever it is perceived to lead to a social injustice or health inequality and uses a…

mHealth technologies have potential to eliminate disparities that exist in many minority communities

mHealth technologies have potential  to eliminate disparities that exist in many minority communities

ICTpost Healthcare Bureau This is an exciting time in health care. India needs to increase the accessibility of health care coverage, lower health care costs, increase consumer protections and improve…

Mobile Health seen as boon for Indian economy

Mobile Health seen as boon for Indian economy

By ICTpost mHealth Bureau Health issues are complex. They involve multiple stakeholders, span across governments and private sector and impact multiple industries. They require significant investments in infrastructure, human resources…

Digital health investing: Health IT is a conservative market as far as new tech adoption

Digital health investing: Health IT is a conservative market as far as new tech adoption

By ICTpost Health IT Bureau The digital health industry has seen a 12 percent investment increase in the first half of 2016, though growth is slower than a year ago.…

Mobile segment will drive the Indian ICT industry

Mobile segment will drive the Indian ICT industry

ICTpost mGovernance Bureau India has been ranked 69th among 142 nations in inherent capacity to leverage information and communication technologies (ICT) for progress, in the latest of a series of…

Popular blood pressure app not accurate, research finds

Popular blood pressure app not accurate, research finds

New York, March 3: A popular smartphone app purported to accurately measure blood pressure in an instant actually fails to detect high blood pressure in eight out of 10 patients,…

Health Informatics Standardisation in Indian Healthcare

Health Informatics Standardisation in Indian Healthcare

Dr. Baljit Singh Bedi Advisor, Health Informatics, Ministry of Communication & IT(GoI) Understanding Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) •Healthcare area is highly Data dependent. Power of ICTs lies in its…

Evolution of IT in Indian health insurance sector

Evolution of IT in Indian health insurance sector

Somil Nagpal, Senior Health Specialist , The World Bank ICT is being seen as game changer for government and private health insurance by addressing two critical challenges: The first is,…

Can X-rays and CT scans cause cancer?

Can X-rays and CT scans cause cancer?

New York, Feb 4: The widespread belief that radiations from X-rays and CT scans can cause cancer has flaws and is based on an unproven theoretical model, suggests a study.…