Editorial

When Bloom becomes a Boon!

The current issue of eHealth focuses on world class hospitals that have emerged as epitome of health care and let the patient stay at one place and allow the specialties come to him under one roof. 

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Today super multi specialty hospitals in India have come of age and are quite capable of delivering medical treatments that are at par with the best in the world. Now Indians are not going abroad for treatment but patients from overseas are pouring in as they have accepted and acknowledged Indian hospitals as viable option and alternative by way of quality and money. Considering rapid growth, potential and opportunity, large business houses continue to invest money in super specialty hospitals. This has resulted in state-of-the-art hospitals fused with cutting edge healthcare. Single specialty hospitals are winding up or paving way to incorporate the multi specialty.

The assurance of quality comes from National Accreditation Board that enforces creation and maintenance of `Quality of Care across all departments, both clinical and non-clinical. Most of the hospital have optimised their IT infrastructure and are fast catching up with digital technology.

The assurance of quality comes from National Accreditation Board that enforces creation and maintenance of Quality of Care across all departments, both clinical and non-clinical. Most of the hospital have optimised their IT infrastructure and are fast catching up with digital technology. 

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Nudged by necessity, cardiac surgery has come a long way- from transplants to artificial hearts. We speak to some of the pioneers in heart transplants who have undertaken major surgical procedures like Coronary Bypasses, HOCM, Aortic Surgery, and Mitral Valve repairs and replacements to name just a few. We also touched the diagnostic dilemmas of renal transplant, which is exposed to high risk of infections and complications due to immune compromised state.

India retains the unfortunate distinction of having the largest number of people with visual impairment globally. Glaucoma is the third leading cause of blindness in India affecting 12 million people. During the World Glaucoma Week, we discuss the sneaky eye disease with experts.

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