Here's how we clear the confusion found in patient-care delivery and its dangerous consequences.
On World Health Day, we look at healthtech startups which rose to the occasion of the country's struggle against the pandemic
Rashie Jain's Onco.com currently serves over 12,000 cancer patients every month and has served over 150,000 patients from India and other emerging markets
Till date, Innovaccer has saved over $600 million in healthcare cost and has unified records for over 24 million lives
The problem lies in the way the sector functions
India is providing world-class health care to thousands of people from overseas but when it comes to its own people a lot has to be done
The Singapore-based startup believes Uninstall.io's deep knowledge on artificial intelligence and machine learning will revolutionize healthcare
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A recent joint report by PwC and the CII states that mHealth is expected to be crucial in making healthcare accessible in India.
Each year as India makes a new population landmark, we need to introspect on the aspect of fewer beds, doctors, nurses and infrastructure
Electronic health record needs to provide reliable access to patient's complete healthcare information that will help healthcare providers diagnose patient's problem at an early stage
From the country's first telemedicine facility in 2000 to AI-based diagnostic services introduced earlier this year, digital health has drastically changed the way Indian doctors practice medicine
One of the key reasons of increased technological intervention in the healthcare sector is its ability to address multiple issues in the sector