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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…

Connected Healthcare: The Drive to Integrated Healthcare Delivery in India

Connected Healthcare: The Drive to Integrated Healthcare Delivery in India

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Taking advantage of what technology can do is central to this type of information sharing. But today, healthcare providers use technology to solve challenges they see…

How Mobile healthcare provides contextual awareness around patients

How Mobile healthcare provides contextual awareness around patients

ICTpost mHealth Bureau  E-health or electronic health can be defined as the use of ICT for enhancing health and seeking information while mobile health (M-health) can de defined as the…

70 percent of teens now use smartphones, says Nielsen study

70 percent of teens now use smartphones, says Nielsen study

According to a new study released by Nielsen, 70 percent of teens aged 13 to 17 now use smartphones, and 79 percent of young adults between the ages of 18…

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…

Fiction turns Reality in Knee Replacement Surgeries

Fiction turns Reality in Knee Replacement Surgeries

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Have you ever heard of an iPod being used as a key tool in a knee replacement surgery? An Illinois orthopedic surgeon has started using iPod-based…

Wireless Devices Technology advances Medicine into the Future

Wireless Devices Technology advances Medicine into the Future

ICTpost Health IT Bureau Medical treatment is about to go wireless. New advances in microelectronics have enabled doctors to contemplate the day when they will be able to monitor and…

Leading Mobile Health Apps Pose Consumer Secrecy Risks

Leading Mobile Health Apps Pose Consumer Secrecy Risks

Apps in the health space carry “considerable privacy risks for users,”according to a study released this week by Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, FierceMobileHealthcare reports. Privacy Rights Clearinghouse evaluated 20 of the…