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    Taming India’s population health problems with CSR funds

    According to World Health Organization, India is home to 20 percent of the world’s disease-burden. About 75 percent of deaths globally are caused by communicable diseases, of which India accounts for 17 percent. Despite many healthcare programs in action, India lacks financial resources required to improve health indicators for a country of 1.3 billion people, […]

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    Telemedicine – The year gone by and what the future holds

    Of late, a lot has been written and spoken about how software-based technology, internet, mobile or connected devices can work together to transform every aspect of business and human lives. But one sector that is truly set to have an enormous impact of digital transformation this year is healthcare. We as a country are home […]

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    Breaking the cycle of healthcare debt

    Sitting outside a newly-created healthcare kiosk in her village in Rameswaram district of Tamil Nadu –Kavita, a housewife, is waiting for her turn to get her swollen leg diagnosed. After relying on multiple home remedies and injecting series of drugs by a local village practitioner, she has been told that she will be able to […]

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    Telemedicon 2016 highlights legal challenges of telemedicine in India

    The 12th International Conference of Telemedicine Society of India was held in Bangalore on November 10, 11 and 12. This was the first time, Telemedicon was held in association with ATA (American Telemedicine Association). And, we (Neurosynaptic Communications) were part of the organizing team. This year, the conference brought a deeper perspective on the practices […]

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