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Sunday, 20 October 2019

Columns News

  • Improve Healthcare Operational Efficiency with Patient Engagement with RPA

    Columns |  Views | By Mr. Nilesh Jain, Founder & Managing Director – CliniVantage | 0 Comment | 10 Oct, 2019

    Multiple partners in the healthcare industry, ie. patients, doctors, labs, hospitals etc are faced by challenges that disrupt streamlining of processes as a whole. Clinivantage RPA© is...Read more

  • From Swab to Registry in stem cell donation

    Columns |  News | By Patrick Paul | 0 Comment | 16 Sep, 2019

    Blood cancer and blood disorders like Thalassemia and Aplastic Anemia is on a rise and every 5 minutes, someone in India receives the shattering news that they have been diagnosed with the ...Read more

  • Opening 75 medical colleges-A brilliant move

    Columns |  Views | 0 Comment | 10 Sep, 2019

    The ambitious project of opening up 75 new medical colleges by 2021- 22, is towards getting the existing doctor patient ratio of India towards world averages. Although this announcement has...Read more

  • Applying sentiment analysis in healthcare industry

    Columns |  Views | By Nikhil Singhal | 0 Comment | 06 Sep, 2019

    With the intrusion of technology across all the industries, business leaders are revamping their approach to serve their customers better and faster. Healthcare industry is one among those ...Read more

  • How MedTech players are transforming the Indian healthcare sector

    Columns |  Features | By Pooja Kadambi, Project Manager, InnAccel  | 1 Comment | 05 Sep, 2019

    Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY) (aka Ayushman Bharat Scheme) launched in September 2018 by the honourable prime minister Narendra Modi is the world’s largest state-funded health insurance ...Read more

  • Affordable digital mammography systems for early detection of Breast Cancer

    Columns |  Views | By M Brahadeesh | 0 Comment | 28 Aug, 2019

    Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers that affect Indian women with high mortality rate & increasing incidences and early diagnosis of the disease is imperative for better sur...Read more

  • Understanding liver cirrhosis: what you should know

    Columns |  Views | 0 Comment | 16 Aug, 2019

    There has been a paradigm shift in the dynamics of liver diseases in India in the last few years. Estimates indicate that these diseases affect 1 in 5 Indians and are the tenth most common ...Read more

  • Growing diagnostics market in India

    Columns |  Views | By Dr Ravi Gaur | 0 Comment | 14 Aug, 2019

    The diagnostic market in India is around Rs 75000 crore market divided into two parts -- private and government. Out of this Rs 75000 crore, Pathology and radiology in private sector is abo...Read more

  • Artificial Intelligence is driving the transformation in Healthcare

    Columns |  Views | By Vikram Venkateshwaran | 0 Comment | 13 Aug, 2019

    The future of healthcare in India will be determined by Artificial intelligence (AI). AI has the potential to enhance the capacity to process & store large amounts of data in an intelli...Read more

  • Day-time and Night-time Hypertension

    Columns |  Views | By Dr M.Vishwanathan | 0 Comment | 12 Aug, 2019

    Hypertension is a major contributor to cardiovascular diseases and controlling blood pressure (BP) by appropriate antihypertensive therapy is important to prevent it. The timing and amplitu...Read more

  • Genetics of Head and Neck Cancers

    Columns |  Views | By Dr Vidya Veldore | 0 Comment | 30 Jul, 2019

    Head and Neck Cancers refer to a group of cancers inside the mouth, nose and throat. The cancer types included in head and neck cancers are lip and oral cavity (upper palate, lower palate, ...Read more

  • Intense planning key to successful hospital refurbishment projects

    Columns |  Views | By Praful Gupta | 0 Comment | 26 Jul, 2019

    In the increasingly competitive healthcare landscape, continuous facility improvements are imperative for not just patient satisfaction but also to attract and retain top medical talent. Ev...Read more

  • Understanding what it means to be on the Ventilator

    Columns |  Views | By Dr Sanjith Saseedharan | 0 Comment | 23 Jul, 2019

    When the patient is unable to breathe well, the doctors would put the patient on a ventilator which will assist in his/her breathing. At times, the ventilator has to be used inside operatio...Read more

  • Tips to protect your child from viral infections

    Columns |  Views | By Dr Ravi Gaur | 0 Comment | 23 Jul, 2019

    A viral illness in children is any condition caused by a virus. The word ‘virus’ has its origins in Latin and means ‘poison’ or ‘toxin’. There many virus...Read more

  • Know about the uncertainty game before getting your sample tested

    Columns |  Views | By Srinivasa Prasad G B | 0 Comment | 08 Jul, 2019

    Often when we go to purchase fruits and vegetables, the number of items in our bag varies each time. The same weight can have difference in the number of items when taken from two different...Read more

  • Diabetic Foot Care

    Columns |  Views | 0 Comment | 08 Jul, 2019

    High blood sugar contributes to poor blood circulation. It can also damage nerves in your feet, a condition called neuropathy. Neuropathy can cause you to lose feeling in your feet, wh...Read more

  • Doctors Are Not to Blame for the Rot in Indian Healthcare

    Columns |  News | By Dr Dharminder Nagar | 0 Comment | 27 Jun, 2019

    Across the country, doctors have been striking work in recent weeks drawing our attention towards their plight in an inadequately resources healthcare system. The recent episode of an attac...Read more

  • Knowledge Upgradation of Primary level doctors can result in better healthcare outcomes

    Columns |  Views | By Savitha Kuttan | 0 Comment | 25 Jun, 2019

    If India wants to become an economic superpower, it needs to improve the state of its healthcare industry. In a country with a population of over one billion, primary physicians play a cruc...Read more