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Smartphone-based tool MFine Pulse can monitor blood oxygen using just a finger and a flash
India

Smartphone-based tool MFine Pulse can monitor blood oxygen using just a finger and a flash

Apps like MFine’s are looking to boost health awareness, empower its users to track conditions that require medical devices to help manage.

Reset and reboot after COVID-19: The pandemic is India's opportunity to set things right for its healthcare system
science

Reset and reboot after COVID-19: The pandemic is India's opportunity to set things right for its healthcare system

We should try to decrease the length of stays to what's required as longer anyone stays in the hospital the worse it's for them medically and financially.

A new Netflix series reveals the mysteries behind a good ‘Diagnosis’; episode 1 focuses on a rare fat metabolism disorder
Health

A new Netflix series reveals the mysteries behind a good ‘Diagnosis’; episode 1 focuses on a rare fat metabolism disorder

The show Diagnosis is yet another example of how technology, specifically the Internet, is coming to the aid of medical science.

Union govt proposes central digital repository for Ayushman Bharat health data, invites suggestions
India

Union govt proposes central digital repository for Ayushman Bharat health data, invites suggestions

The NDHM is meant to be a central digital repository for all the data coming under the health insurance scheme Ayushman Bharat.

World Health Day 2019: Telemedicine, rise of ayurveda are transforming health care
science

World Health Day 2019: Telemedicine, rise of ayurveda are transforming health care

Their shaping-up will have a big impact on how Indian citizens access healthcare in the coming years.

EU wants European firms to start offering 5G to develop next generation services such as self driving and telemedicine
News & Analysis

EU wants European firms to start offering 5G to develop next generation services such as self driving and telemedicine

The first commercial 5G roll-outs begin this year and next in the United States, Korea and Japan.

UP govt says it will take lessons to improve public health service from Maharashtra
India

UP govt says it will take lessons to improve public health service from Maharashtra

The Uttar Pradesh government will now take 'lessons' in health management from Maharashtra to improve its public health services

JIPMER-BIMSTEC telemedicine network to be launched in Puducherry on 13 July
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JIPMER-BIMSTEC telemedicine network to be launched in Puducherry on 13 July

Countries under BIMSTEC also face acute shortage of trained specialists in the district and peripheral healthcare facilities.

Isro's Continuing Medical Education program helps medical professionals in India upgrade their knowledge
News & Analysis

Isro's Continuing Medical Education program helps medical professionals in India upgrade their knowledge

5,250 medical staff have participated in the Isro-backed CME sessions so far, including doctors, professors, students and paramedics.

Budget 2017: IT minister terms the budget as 'digitally empowering'
News & Analysis

Budget 2017: IT minister terms the budget as 'digitally empowering'

Terming the Budget as "digitally empowering", IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that technology-backed initiatives announced today will help India become a more transparent economy.

Your heartbeat may replace passwords of your health records
News & Analysis

Your heartbeat may replace passwords of your health records

A patient's own heartbeat may be soon used as the password to access electronic health records, say scientists who developed a low-cost technique to protect personal data.

From reminder to pop the pill to in-house doctors, mTatva seeks to personalise healthcare
Business

From reminder to pop the pill to in-house doctors, mTatva seeks to personalise healthcare

The app is available in Hindi and English with the former being most popular in Delhi, Lucknow.

Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley bets on people seeking medical counseling online
News & Analysis

Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley bets on people seeking medical counseling online

Former Apple CEO John Sculley, is betting that people will increasingly turn to the Internet for confidential counseling and routine medical care

94% Indians Willing To Store Health Records In Cloud For Easy Access: Cisco
Biztech

94% Indians Willing To Store Health Records In Cloud For Easy Access: Cisco

Cisco Customer Experience study indicates shift in consumer attitudes in India towards personal data, telemedicine and access to medical information.

Poor Broadband Service Is A Hindrance To Telemedicine
Biztech

Poor Broadband Service Is A Hindrance To Telemedicine

Suresh R. Shenoy, Sr. VP - IT, Wockhardt, gives an overview about the role of IT in the healthcare sector and also explains how poor broadband service is obstructing the growth of telemedicine.

Global Telemedicine Market To Exceed $18 Bn By 2015
Biztech

Global Telemedicine Market To Exceed $18 Bn By 2015

India is adopting telemedicine to bridge rural-urban gap and to offer enhanced access to quality medical care for its population.

Ericsson, Apollo To Bring Healthcare Access To Rural India
Biztech

Ericsson, Apollo To Bring Healthcare Access To Rural India

Telemedicine harnesses telecommunication technology to deliver healthcare and education to patients in remote regions by helping to provide critical health information, save time and money, and reduce the need for travel.

Nimhans And KR Hospital Connect For Telemedicine
Biztech

Nimhans And KR Hospital Connect For Telemedicine

L&T has gifted telemedicine solutions and equipment worth Rs 6 lakh to both the medical centres

Railways To Expand Telemedicine Network
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Railways To Expand Telemedicine Network

The Indian Railways are planning to expand their telemedicine network to 23 more places across the country.