About the program, Research methods in innovation processes for #digitalhealth technology by Bipinkumar G Rathod, @bipin4uk



The Trans Atlantic telehealth research Network and Centre for Innovative Medical Technology at Odense University Hospital have organised a 5 days PhD Course, the subject is research methods in innovation processes for Digital health Technology. Other participating organisations are Aalborg University Denmark, CITRIS and the BANATAO Institute, the University of California and University of Southern Denmark.

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Learn to say "No"​ by Sanjay Dandekar, @santhedan



I have found that many people find it difficult to say "No". They end up saying "Yes" when their heart / mind / body is shouting "Noooooo.....!". This could happen due to many reasons:

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How Healthcare is becoming B2C with the help of Interoperability by Ritika Jain @ritikajain192 and Vakku Chethalan



I joined the interoperability team at Philips Healthcare in my senior year of college. At that point of time, with a novice approach to software engineering and a look at real world problems with my rose-tinted glasses, interoperability seemed a bit dull. Until, one day I fell off the stairs and had to go through X-rays and six weeks of physiotherapy on my way to recovery. This is when I had a first-hand glance at hospital operations.


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What does the Health Stack mean for you? Part 3 by Anukriti Chaudhari, @anukritichaudh2



The National Health Stack is a set of foundational building blocks which will be built as shared digital infrastructure, usable by both public sector and private sector players. In our third post on the Health Stack (the first two can be found here and here), we explain how it can be leveraged to build solutions that benefit different stakeholders in the ecosystem.
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Re-Imagining #EMR for India by Kumar Satyam, @kr_satyam



I was out of doctor’s room in couple of minutes with a scribbled prescription in hand, not very sure if the physician had actually understood my problem. Clinic’s pharmacist words gave me confidence “Doctor is very experienced, he can diagnose problems within a minute. You will get better in couple of days”.  

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How #telemedicine technology can reduce healthcare costs by Dr. Arjun Kalyanpur, @arjunkalyanpur

Studies have highlighted the multiple benefits that telemedicine lends to screening, including TB detection, PAP smear for cervical cancer and mammogram analysis for breast cancer.


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The case of #AI medical software regulation in developing countries by Dr. Sandeep Reddy, @docsunny50




Has the cart been placed in front of the horse? The case of AI medical software regulation in developing countries.

Medical software is defined as the use of software for medical purposes. The uptake of medical software in healthcare has increased in line with increased application computation in healthcare delivery. Examples of medical software include software used in bedside monitors, MRIs, PACs, radiation therapy software, infusion pump rate devices, smartphone-based health applications. Etc. 

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