Technological Intervention in Hospitals Enabling Accurate Diagnosis & Judicious Medication

Session Moderator – Dr Jitendar Kumar Sharma Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Priority Medical Devices & Health Technology Policy, National Health Systems Resource Centre, NHSRC, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India
State governments can submit innovations happening in their respective states on National Health Innovation Portal and ask for funding from the Central Government for the upscale of those innovations in their annual budget which they take from the Centre
Sushil Kumar Dy Director General, Telecommunication Engineering Center, Department of Telecommunication, Ministry of Communication & IT, GoI
Machine to machine communication can improve the telemedicine, telehealth, ehealth solutions etc., as they can transmit data without human intervention using telecom network
Ravi Shankar. S, CTO, Kovai Medical Center and Hospital, Coimbatore
Almost 40 per cent of patients are making online appointment through patients’ portal which enable them access to all clinical information, radiology reports etc
Shuvankar Pramanick, CIO, Paras Hospital, Gurgaon
We can introduce technology to automate different healthcare processes which can ease the management of the healthcare institutes as well as the patients’ empathy
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Jai Prakash Dwivedi CIO, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, New Delhi
For better patient care, we have implemented an integrated EMR system which starts with the doctor entering protocol in the system and it immediately goes to the nurse, pharmacy etc
N K Ramakrishnan CIO, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi
With the help of technology, we have implemented ‘Smart OPD’, ‘Smart Laundry’, ‘Smart Docs’ etc kind of unique initiatives for patient delight
Gunjan Kumar, CIO & Head- New Initiatives, Regency Healthcare, Kanpur
We promoted technology to benefit the patients by giving an opportunity to register their mobile number for OTP service from the hospital, and on the basis of OTP we give discount to the patients
Sunil Sharma, Joint Secretary, Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India
The Government of India is working on creation of eHealth records. The very idea behind National eHealth Authority (NeHA) was to provide the same as well as to promote electronic health records. EHR standards have been notified in 2013 by the Government. It would certainly provide help in continuity of care and also much better help to the common people who have to avail the health services
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