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RFID in Healthcare expands beyond basic tracking to include smart cabinet systems

RFID in Healthcare expands beyond basic tracking to include smart cabinet systems

LONDON – 17 June 2015 – Radio frequency identification (RFID) is rapidly making headway into the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, especially in assets tracking, supply chain management, and inventory management.…

Network connectivity is a major component of rural eHealth setup

Network connectivity is a major component of rural eHealth setup

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…

3D Imaging technologies to have maximum impact on health and entertainment sectors

3D Imaging technologies to have maximum impact on health and entertainment sectors

New Delhi: Feb. 27, 2015 – The global market is witnessing rapid developments in three-dimensional (3D) imaging, an optical technique in which two images of the same object are blended…

How to make IT clinician-friendly in Indian healthcare

How to make IT clinician-friendly in Indian healthcare

ICTpost Healthcare Bureau New Delhi: Feb 17, 2015 It is no secret that there is a swarm of health IT in the marketplace, all vying for a larger user base.…

Could mHealth Improve Healthcare in India ?

Could mHealth Improve Healthcare in India ?

ICTpost mHealth Bureau In spite of the advancements in medical technologies and a general increase in income levels, healthcare continues to pose challenges of affordability, complexity and access across the…

Will m-government replace the e-government activities in India ?

Will m-government replace the e-government activities in India ?

ICTpost mGovernance Bureau e-Government efforts to disseminate information, deliver services, complaints and grievances are now spreading the use of mobile and wireless technologies and creating a new direction: mobile government…

The advantages of social media aren’t being properly addressed in Indian healthcare

The advantages of social media aren’t being properly addressed in Indian healthcare

New Delhi: Jan 15, 2014 With social media having gone mainstream across the world, organisations – small and large, are not only looking for aggressive ownership in this new media…

Push to talk telemedicine markets are poised to achieve significant growth

Push to talk telemedicine markets are poised to achieve significant growth

DALLAS, Dec. 24, 2013: Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the push to talk is used inside telemedicine systems and m-health initiatives as a way to implement ruggedized handset…

mobile value-added services should lead growth from the front in Indian health care

mobile value-added services should lead growth from the front in Indian health care

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…

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…

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