Entrepreneurship and medicine may seem like divergent paths, but integrating entrepreneurial skills into medicine can lead to innovative solutions and professional fulfillment.
Telemedicine is helping to battle the post-pandemic medical staffing crisis.
Technology can help fill in gaps in the region's healthcare system, says Monk's Hill Ventures, in a report
Becoming a successful dentist is no easy feat. It is an area where innovation is paramount, without which survival and progression becomes difficult
The MedTech industry in India is estimated to be INR 50-70,000 crore, growing briskly at 15per cent annually and is expected to reach Rs.150,000 crores by 2025
Shapecrunch is a healthcare AI and 3D printing startup that makes custom 3D printed insoles by scanning the feet with just three pictures on the smartphone app
Medical care services, especially hospitals, are utilizing online networking channels to build up a rapport, establish contact with their patients, answer inquiries regarding practices, perform community outreach and launching public awareness campaigns
It is ironical is that the health professionals or physicians or specialist are treating lifestyle diseases the exact same way as they were treating infectious diseases i.e drugs, medicines & pills and that needs to change
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One of the key trends in 2018 will be consumers accessing mobile health applications or consulting their doctors online
Thanks to advancement in technology, healthcare can now be made more affordable and accessible to a large part of the Indian population
Medical emergency funds need to be encouraged in times of rising costs
Health portals should keep provision for people to browse online with the assistance of quality doctors
The start-up wants to take it to only proof-of concept level which means limited sales and then license it to a bigger player that can take it up for further manufacturing and distribution globally.