Showing posts with label Dr. Vikram Venkateswaran. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dr. Vikram Venkateswaran. Show all posts

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

We need your opinion now - Respond to the Data Democracy Survey by @drvikram



Can patients manage their own healthcare records?

Healthcare records are a subject for an engaging discussion across the world. In India, we are just seeing the beginning of this debate. On one hand, many corporate hospitals have taken concrete measures to collect, maintain and drive insights from patient health records. While on the other hand valuable data is either not stored properly or is lying locked up in paper forms. Insights that could have saved lives are never collected.

In this context, we at Healthcare India are working on our next report on data democracy in healthcare. We have created a short survey which will help us capture the sentiments of our readers on this topic. We are also conducting interviews with healthcare leaders to get their views on the same.

The survey would take less than five minutes and will help us drive insights on this topic. Please click here to take the survey.

The responses are anonymous and we will rely on Survey Monkey technology to keep it secure.

We plan to release the report by the end of the year. Looking forward to seeing you all participate in the same.

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Thursday, 31 August 2017

#VR #AR can increase efficiency and reduce cost in medical education #meded by Dr. Vikram @drvikram


Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality has the potential to transform key areas in healthcare. Medical Education, Rehabilitation, supply chain the list is endless and what is limiting us is our own imagination.

Last week I was speaking at the IT Healthcare Summit on the potential for VR/AR to transform healthcare. I also shared my views on this post before the conference. In my discussions with the delegates, I realized that the foundation of medical education in India can be improved drastically. One just needs to look around medical colleges in India to understand the state of the dissection halls there. 

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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

How Virtual Reality #VR and Augmented Reality #AR is transforming Healthcare by Dr. Vikram @drvikram

Digital is transforming healthcare. It is creating new channels for improving patient experience, creating better clinical processes and engaging doctors and other para-clinical staff like never before.

It is also creating new models for areas like medical education, rehabilitation and managing supply chain. In these there key areas Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are playing a key role. But first let’s start with the definition and differences between AR and VR.

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

#PatientSafety is the key in the era of #DigitalHealth by @Drvikram

India has just seven registered allopathy doctors per 1,000 people; Indian healthcare was ranked 112th in the world by WHO; It takes almost 133 people to take care of 1 patient in a tertiary care hospital; There are now 133 touch points where patient safety can be compromised; Our healthcare system is unable to measure Patient safety, a very important parameter, mostly due to lack of longitudinal records;

India has just seven registered allopathy doctors per 1,000 people. Indian healthcare was ranked 112th in the world in a survey by the WHO. It is therefore unsurprising that most discussions in the healthcare sector today are focused around ways and means to build more infrastructure and increase access to care. 

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Sunday, 18 September 2016

Social Media Survey Report for Dental Practitioners in India by @drvikram and @drmayurdavda


  • 63% of respondents say they use social media professionally but only 28% have a budget for investing in it
  • 70% of respondents use social media to connect with peers; only 51% use it for patient education


Dental practitioners are reluctant adopters of social media for professional use, according to a survey report by HealthCare in India and The Dental Education. While 90% of survey respondents said they used social media for personal use, only 63% indicated that they used it for professional purposes such as connecting with peers (70%), raising awareness of their practice (61%) and educating patients (51%).

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Thursday, 21 July 2016

Can the Internet of Things #IoT transform Healthcare? by @drvikram


Internet of things continues to dominate the world apparent by the success of the Liveworx16 that recently concluded in Boston. Liveworx is the signature event of Thingworx a PTC company. The event saw a curious mix of CAD/CAM experts who were trying to understand how IoT was going to help them mingling with IoT experts who had already implemented a few projects and were looking to consolidate on their early mover advantage. But one Industry that is looking at IoT very seriously is healthcare. Yes you heard me its healthcare, and may even leapfrog other industries when it comes to IoT adoption.

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