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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.…

India’s unique challenges: An opportunity to innovate?

India’s unique challenges: An opportunity to innovate?

Guruprasad S., General Manager, Healthcare Practise, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions guruprasad.s@in.bosch.com   India’s unique challenges: An opportunity to innovate? Affordable Healthcare 1,287,372,705 People Urban – Rural inequity in HC…

Social media “likes” healthcare

Social media “likes” healthcare

ICTpost Social Media Bureau 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…

Leveraging  ICT and Mobile phones for Redefining Primary Healthcare

Leveraging  ICT and Mobile phones for Redefining Primary Healthcare

By Gp Capt (Dr) Sanjeev Sood , NABH Empanelled Assessor ICT has made the delivery of healthcare more efficient, effective, accessible & safer across the care continuum for both, patients…

India can use mobile phones to leapfrog to personalised medicine

India can use mobile phones to leapfrog to personalised medicine

ICTpost mHealth Bureau A recent Time magazine poll found that 84 percent of respondents worldwide could not go a day without their mobile device, and one in four people check…

The growing role of Unified Communications in Health Care

The growing role of Unified Communications in Health Care

Communicating accurate information quickly is a critical part of the Healthcare industry.  Efficient communication tools have a profound effect on the quality and safety of patient care, and also have…

Redefining India’s Digital Governance Agenda

Redefining India’s Digital Governance Agenda

ICTpost Governance Bureau Many people in rural areas do not have access to modern services like insurance and are  therefore either unable to withstand vagaries of nature or fall into…

Innovations in telemedicine will result in reduction of healthcare costs in India

Innovations in telemedicine will result in reduction of healthcare costs in India

ICTpost mHealth Bureau Centuries of ignorance, suppression, gender and caste discrimination have erected strong cultural barriers to information sharing and dissemination. And yet we say that India lives in her…

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