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Artificial smartphone ‘pancreas’ treats Type 1 diabetes

Artificial smartphone ‘pancreas’ treats Type 1 diabetes

New York, Jan 11: US researchers have developed a system that treats Type 1 diabetes automatically and effortlessly — with the help of a smartphone — ditching constant finger pricks…

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…

Mobile Learning: Transforming education, engaging students, and improving outcomes

Mobile Learning: Transforming education, engaging students, and improving outcomes

By Dhirendra Pratap Singh The advancement in ICT has resulted in the emergence of virtual classrooms. Imparting education through virtual classrooms is a new concept that is becoming popular not…

Start-ups, Digital India dominated IT growth in 2015

Start-ups, Digital India dominated IT growth in 2015

By Fakir Balaji & Sharon Thambala   Bengaluru, Dec 27: Even as disruptive technologies rolled out game-changing products and software majors vied for more outsourcing, the start-up revolution and the government’s…

Wireless spectrum: What it is, and why India should care

Wireless spectrum: What it is, and why India should care

Dr. Mahesh Uppal, Director – Com First India has highest dependence on wireless technology in the world. India’s dependence on wireless is very important. Capacity will come with spectrum. As…

Innovations in mHealth and Big Data ecosystem will fix Healthcare in 2016

Innovations in mHealth and Big Data ecosystem will fix Healthcare in 2016

By Dhirendra Pratap Singh This was a big year for digital health transformation, especially for advances in personalized and connected care. Looking back at 2015, these are the four trends…

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…

Can we replace human security with electronic Surveillance?

Can we replace human security with electronic Surveillance?

By Madhukar Swayambhu The word surveillance comes from a French phrase for “watching over” (“sur” means “from above” and “veiller” means “to watch”) therefore the concept of Surveillance is often…

Security will be the biggest issue in 2016 driven by rapid adoption of Cloud, Mobility and IoT

Security will be the biggest issue in 2016 driven by rapid adoption of Cloud, Mobility and IoT

By Frost & Sullivan As platforms become more open due to the rapid adoption of Cloud, Mobility and the Internet of Things, security threats will rise and this will become…

Broadband holds the power to improve healthcare in rural India

Broadband holds the power to improve healthcare in rural India

By ICTpost Governance Bureau As India moves deeper into the 21st century, it has become increasingly evident that improving the healthcare system has climbed near the top of the nation’s…