#Blockchain for HealthCare Equity by Arnab Paul, @iArnabPaul

In a digital Age when cars drive themselves and CEOs hold meetings across continents in virtual reality conference rooms, engagement of the disenfranchised is a less attractive endeavor than the sleek apps, making it an outlier in the realm of tech solutions.

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Zen Clinicals: An Activity & Workflow based solution (2 of 4)



Part 2 of 4

Now that we have defined the various actors and the activities that they could be performing. It becomes to important to define the guidance as to how these activities will be delivered to their respective audiences. 

In the Zen Clinical System 


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Zen Clinicals: An Activity & Workflow based solution (3 of 4)



Part 3 of 4

Sharing some of the UI screens that I had envisaged for the Zen Clinicals system. The core premise of the system is to be data driven and workflow driven and NOT BE a transactional system wherein a sequential set of activities or tasks are carried out.

Zen Clinicals ensures there are actionable insights that are presented to the right care providers at the right time. 

Welcome you to review the first two parts of this blog: 

Part 1: https://blog.hcitexpert.com/2015/12/zen-clinicals-1of3.html

Part 2: https://blog.hcitexpert.com/2018/07/zen-clinicals-patient-care-pathways-by-manish-sharma.html

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Artificial Intelligence #AI can help address current healthcare challenges in India, Dr Sandeep Reddy @docsunny50

Earlier this year, while making a keynote speech at an Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Health conference in Dubai, I mentioned that AI techniques can be used to address some of the intractable health issues in developing countries. 


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The Integrated Disease Surveillance Program (IDSP ) of India story by Dr. Pramod Jacob

Considering the Nipah virus containment story recently, I thought it would be appropriate to write about the IDSP program in India, as it had a major role in this containment.

The Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) was launched in November 2004 with the assistance of the World Bank, to identify and respond to disease outbreaks and epidemics at an early stage, preferably before an event becomes an epidemic. 

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4 hints to get started with #AI in your company by Devesh Rajadhyax @deveshrajadhyax

Most companies are working on Digital Transformation today, and Artificial Intelligence is a critical part of that transformation.

Two questions immediately present themselves-
1.    What is Digital Transformation and how it is different from the IT/ICT transformation that is happening since for than four decades?
2.    Why is AI a critical part of this transformation?

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Why should standalone Hospitals in India focus on IT enabled productivity by Tirupathi Karthik, @TirupathiKarthi CEO at @NapierHealthit



Fresh out of HIMSS India’s inaugural Digital Healthcare Summit, (2015) in Gurgaon, I lamented over the state of healthcare IT in the country. At the time, we were showcasing our hospital information system and launching our telehealth and patient referral management solutions. I should have been proud to be a part of the innovation on display at the event, and understandably so. But what struck me harder than pride at the event and left me with a lingering sense of disappointment was something else. And that was just how far some parts of India lagged behind the rest of the developed world in terms of healthcare delivery and quality.

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mfine, the MVP of a “Cloud Clinic” by Prasad Kompalli, @pkompalli CEO & cofounder, mfine @mfinecare



It has been roughly a year since Ashu and I started mfine. During the course of this journey, we studied the healthcare sector very closely and started interacting with people in the ecosystem. The more we learnt, the more we got passionate about healthcare and at times obsessed with it!

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SURVEY: The use of Big Data Analytics (BDA) for better healthcare delivery in India by Nishita Mehta

This survey tries to understand the state of healthcare data management in hospitals in India and the use of Big Data Analytics (BDA) for better healthcare delivery


The results of this survey will help obtain insights in how the hospitals can make use of technological developments for improving care delivery. 

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My thoughts on DISHA - The Digital Information Security in Healthcare Act, India by Mr. Inder Davalur @inderdavalur

Here's my tuppence on DISHA (Draft Digital Information Security in Health Care Act)

I have listed the areas that the CIO would do well to examine the capabilities in the HIS/EMR used at her/his hospital. The dependency for the CIO on the vendor goes up multiple fold because, the ability of the hospital to respond to the Government/Courts with reports and evidence and also provide flexibility to the patient to request and effect changes to their consent are key. I have attempted here to respond with my thoughts on some salient points in the draft legislation.
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2018 Internet Trends Rerport by Mary Meeker @KPCB



Review the Mary Meeker 2018 Internet Report to understand the most important technology statistics and trends. Legendary Venture Capitalist has released the 2018 Internet Report covering insights about mobile, commerce, competition between Tech Giants, Freelance workers, Job Trends, Healthcare spend, and many other aspects in the entire 294 page report.


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Comparison of #telemedicine with in-person care for follow-up after elective neurosurgery: results of a cost-effectiveness analysis of 1200 patients

Comparison of telemedicine with in-person care for follow-up after elective neurosurgery: results of a cost-effectiveness analysis of 1200 patients using patient-perceived utility scores


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Why India needs Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) by Dr Pramod D. Jacob


India with its vast population of over 1.3 billion firstly has a challenge in keeping a track of this vast population's health, much less keep them healthy.  One of the major reasons for this is lack of timely, accurate and reliable healthcare information in today's paper world



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How can Digital Health be Implemented as envisaged in the National Health Policy 2017? by Prof. Supten Sarbadhikari @supten



The National Health Policy 2017 (NHP-2017) of India correctly identified the need for creating many new institutions like the National Digital Health Authority (NDHA).  However, the ground realities don’t appear to have been considered well enough. Early setting up of a functional NDHA is essential for India to avoid a digital health mess in future. The first job for the proposed NDHA will be to formulate a robust National Digital Health Strategy / Policy, in consultation with all the stakeholders. Caution needs to be exercised before cross referrals and sharing disparate information among different systems of medicine. Health informatics education must be embedded as an integral part for health and hospital management. It may be prudent to include Health in the Concurrent list of the Constitution of India. That will ensure a smooth adoption of digital health in India. Seeking comments on the Draft Bill DISHA (Digital Information Security in Healthcare Act) is a good start.

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Clinical Decision Support Systems: Resolving the “Build or Buy” Dilemma - Part 2 by Dr. Ujjwal Rao, @drujjwalrao


The 2 part paper (review part 1 here): Discusses the key role of evidence-adaptive clinical decision support systems (CDSS) in the healthcare system of the future. Weighs the pros and cons that hospitals should consider when deciding to buy or build such decision support tools


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Clinical Decision Support Systems: Resolving the “Build or Buy” Dilemma - Part 1 by Dr. Ujjwal Rao, @drujjwalrao

Healthcare providers today face the challenge of delivering up-to-date, evidence-based care given the ever burgeoning pool of medical evidence, which is not only prone to inconsistencies but also take an average of 17 years to make their way into routine clinical practice. 

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How do we value your #startup?  Part 2 by Arpit Agarwal, @arpiit



In the previous post we talked about how VCs perceive valuation and how to broadly deal with it. It was aimed to dispel some misconceptions most first-time entrepreneurs may have about this very important aspect of our business. This posts builds on that and another and gives you actual numbers to play with. Before you go on, it maybe a good idea to take a look at the way I define stages of a startup.

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How do we value your #startup?  Part 1 by Arpit Agarwal, @arpiit



This is the favorite topic of every single startup entrepreneur in early stages of their evolution. It also incites an academic curiosity in a large number of people who, like the 3 adorable dads in this video, have a highly misplaced notion about it. A big reason why this happens is because we don’t write about it so often in India and, perhaps, everyone understands this quite well in US or China.
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5 product management hacks to build great products by Subhadeep Mondal, @smondal1008

In the past 5 years, I had the opportunity to build and ship great consumer products which touches the lives of millions of people around the world. Recently, Branchmetrics invited me to share some of my learnings at Innov8 CoWorking Space along with speakers from UrbanLadder, HeadSpin, Branch.io and Glispa Global.
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Vision 2025: What Health Care Could Look Like a Decade from Now by Dr. Vicky Parikh, @ParikhVicky

Value-based care, coordinated care, information technology integration . . . healthcare is undergoing transformation.

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