While the covid 19 pandemic has shown us some insights, a lot more systemic thinking is required to prepare the industry for the next stage of transformation. Nitin Nag, Regional Director Cloud Nine Group of Hospitals discusses this and other issues.
The key to the success of telemedicine is the identification and empanelment of the serious technology providers.
With the outbreak of Covid19, The medical council of India releases the guidelines for telemedicine and would change the way care is delivered in India
On National Telemedicine Day, republishing this older post from 2016, on the implications of Telemedicine on home healthcare in India. Healthcare has evolved from a simple physician-patient equation to a…
Healthcare ecosystem in India is still evolving. Considering the diverse landscape in India, various technologies have been considered for increasing access and improving the care outcomes. In this context Telemedicine continues to be a relevant discussion and one that many feel will ultimately solve our issues with care specially in the rural parts of the country. But has Medicine delivered on its potential? Or does more need to be done to harness the benefits of this technology. To get the answers for these questions we spoke to Dr Harsha Rajaram, Vice President, Telemedicine, Columbia Asia Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. Below are some snippets from the discussion.