How Mobile Will Transform Primary Healthcare Access in India by Prasad Kompalli, @pkompalli ( mfine @mfinecare )



A few days ago, we came across a very interesting albeit a rare case where a mother wanted to consult a paediatrician. Under a few minutes, she was able to have an online consultation with one of the top paediatricians in Bangalore, who immediately prescribed the required treatment for her child as the  symptoms were severe. At this point the patient informed the doctor that she was on a moving train and travelling towards Bangalore but needed the assistance urgently and was glad to have spoken to him. The doctor meanwhile was totally taken aback. Quickly recovering, he felt a deep appreciation for technology and its ability to empower people and help them access essential services at the hour of need.

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I & L to #AI & #ML in Healthcare by Jyoti Sahai, @jyotisahai

Have you ever wondered why if confronted with any illness symptoms that appear even a bit abnormal, we prefer to consult with a doctor in a large hospital only, even though a more competent doctor may have a clinic next door itself.

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Natural Language Processing #NLP - Giving doctors the freedom to write what they want by Dr. Anuradha Monga

Healthcare produces the highest quantity of data records as compared to any other industry. There has been a substantive shift in the provider workflows from capturing data in paper based records to electronic modes and storage in the past few decades.


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Application of Design Thinking in the Healthcare- Survey results by Vishnu Saxena, @vishnu_saxena


Design thinking is gaining it’s rightful prominence in the Healthcare as a valuable approach to solve range of healthcare issues and redesign care delivery. However, application of Design thinking principles are still not mainstream. NEJM surveyed 625 of their council experts from executives, clinical leaders to clinicians and come-up with their finding on the state of Design thinking in the healthcare.

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Human Factors in Healthcare by Dr. Ruchi Dass, @drruchibhatt



Stare in the middle of the image below..as you move your eyes around you will see black dots flashing. now you know that there is no flashing possible here but it tricks your brain.

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