According to the World Health Organization (WHO), heart diseases account for about 17.9 million deaths across the globe and India accounts for one-fifth of these deaths worldwide, especially in the younger population.
Medtronic proposes to invest up to US$50 million, over a period of five years, starting from FY22, to support capability development of talent and technology.
Syenergy Environics provides radiation management solutions for homes and workspaces to negate the effects of e-pollution
Specific to Urology, data from a landmark study shows that around 62% of the diseases associated with nephrology and urology are caused by underlying non-communicable diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory diseases, etc.
Care at home provided a solution for preventive healthcare needs during pandemic: Tara Singh Vachani, AntaraOct 09, 2021
Technology has led to innovations that have enabled healthcare at home for seniors.
Apollo Hospitals launches ACECC to create integrated network of eICUs across its network hospitals and beyondOct 06, 2021
The ACECC will comprise digital technology enabled Critical Care Units (CCUs) having standard protocols and operating procedures (SOPs) supported by smart solutions.
While the relationship between the clinician and the patient is paramount, a well thought through technology system can enable far reaching outcomes.
The partnership will enhance Medtronic’s position in the remote monitoring space while significantly expanding Stasis’ reach across India.
As people become more mobile and travel becomes more accessible, patients will increasingly expect the healthcare record system to provide essential health information via mobile devices.
Revolutionizing Healthcare Industry: Early screening & risk assessment through breakthrough technologiesSep 28, 2021
IoT helps in the improvement of data computing technologies and along with that also increases the storage capacity of every possible medium from a small data chip to a big data cloud.
The Sehat Sathi app has created a network of local medical stores across 600 + towns and cities across India to strengthen healthcare accessibility.
GTHE acts as a global directory of physicians worldwide for patients and once doctors complete the verification process, they can set and publish their own rates, credentials, availability, and start accepting appointments from patients anywhere in the world.
The study of data is what Dr Swaminathan also points as a crucial outcome of system that rides on digital health records.