With a population of 1.3 billion across urban and rural areas, Indias healthcare ecosystem is unique. The healthcare ecosystem is […]
Heath is wealth. It is a true statement that goes well with people of all ages and genders. Still, when […]
In the light of dengue incidents being reported in different parts of the capital, insurance companies are focussing on single […]
Giving a whole new makeover to how healthcare is being imparted in India, innovative Technology Enabled Care (TEC) like telemedicine, […]
Instead of wasting time with ineffective procedures that score low on success rate, many patients are opting to go for IVF, […]
First time in the state, Bangalore University has decided to introduce a medical insurance policy for its post-graduate students from this academic year.
[This article was published in the April 2011 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (https://www.ehealthonline.org) ] The health insurance industry, worldwide has benefitted immensely with the implementation of information technology, which offers a win-win situation for all
According to a research report issued by India’s National Insurance Academy, only some 1.08 percent of the one billion Indians have secured medical insurance cover since 1986 when health insurance was first introduced in the country.
In an interview with eHEALTH, U. K. Ananthapadmanabhan, President, KMCH, talks about recent health initiatives taken by the hospital and how technology has revolutionised healthcare in the country and around the world. Excerpts
Established in 1990, Kovai Medical Center andHospital is a 350-bed super-facility corporatehospital located in Coimbatore on a sprawling 20acre site. […]
[This article was published in the May 2009 issue of the eHEALTH Magazine (https://www.ehealthonline.org)]
While healthcare becomes ever more complex, technology is providing answers for some of the most challenging aspects of medicine. eHealth brings you a low down on medical technologies that are changing the way we provide clinical care.
Four years ago, five friends in Mumbai decided to do something to save lives. Today, their ambulance service, 1298, is bowling along on the high road to Harvard Business School, where it is likely to be taught as a case study in social entrepreneurship.