Taking Healthcare to Rural India Through Telemedicine

Telemedicine is a potentially miraculous method that promises improvements to healthcare delivery systems, bettering quality and access Interest in the

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NEWS REVIEW

[This article was published in the May 2009 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

News Review

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emerging avenues in Healthcare Education

[This article was published in the April 2009 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

The liberalisation of the foreign investment policy and the emergence of private healthcare providers have proved to be a shot in the arm for the Indian healthcare industry, giving rise to specialised fields in healthcare and opening new career opportunities for thousands of job seekers in India.

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A ‘Private’ Affair analysing the need for private sector in Indian healthcare system : SKadri SM, Regional Institute of Health and Family Welfare, DHS, Srinagar, Kashmir, India; Danish Ahmed, Research Scholar, University of Delhi Medical School, New Delhi

[This article was published in the April 2009 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

Increased privatisation of Indian healthcare system would not only be beneficial for up gradation of medical facilities of the country but will also be beneficial for the poor and common people. It will also attract foreign investment and will able to keep the physicians staying in the country motivated.

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Investment and Financing in Healthcare Sector : Dilip Khanna, Associate Director, Healthsciences Practice, Ernst & Young

[This article was published in the April 2008 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

The Indian healthcare sector is on a high-growth trajectory propelled by unparalleled domestic growth, increasing public awareness and growing global interest in India�s delivery capabilities.

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A hospital a town, keeps away the frown!

[This article was published in the March 2008 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

A hospital a town, keeps away the frown!

The Union Budget 2008 is out and a silent celebration is on in almost every board room… (and drawing rooms too!)

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NEWS REVIEW – INDIA

[This article was published in the February 2008 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

NEWS REVIEW

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Healthcare vouchers for the poor for high-end hospital treatment

The financially-weaker section of the society may hope to get better healthcare facilities from privately-run hospitals such as Escorts, Max and Apollo in the future. The government is planning to issue healthcare vouchers to the poor who could use it as a currency in private hospitals. Hospitals, in turn, may get full refund from either the government or accredited insurance companies.

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Present model of PPP fails to woo pvt healthcare

It is being claimed that lack of clear modalities on the public-private partnership (PPP) model is delaying the much-hyped entry of the private healthcare sector as a big-time service provider in government hospitals across the country.

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Asian Healthcare IT – on a high !

[This article was published in the September 2007 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

Editorial

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Healthcare in India: Problems and Prospects

[This article was published in the August 2007 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (http://www.ehealthonline.org)]

By the application of e-Health, knowledge or information pertaining to a quality and sophisticated healthcare system can be made accessible to remote corners of India, where only rudimentary health infrastructure is available.

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