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The New Era of AI in Hospitals and Healthcare
Arindam Chatterjee
Feb 09, 2024
5 minutes
In recent times the relatively new phenomenon of artificial intelligence has changed the landscape of the healthcare industry. This new technology has been making huge inroads globally across hospitals and healthcare units and the maximum benefits from this are being reaped by the patients and the medical personnel as the quality of healthcare has vastly […]
How well do you understand your blood test report?
Ashwini Bhat
Mar 29, 2019
3 minutes
Remember that popular visual from the movie Matrix – a black computer screen with green characters trickling down in streams, which looked cool, remote, enigmatic and became the ultimate symbol of sci-fi? That's exactly how I feel reading my blood test report with stuff like SGOT, SGPT, HS-CRP etc. What do they even mean? Does bold […]
How Can Hospitals Increase Their Top-line Without Charging Patients High?
Subhasish Sircar
Jan 09, 2018
1 minute
Hospitals often grapple with the constant pressure to boost financial performance without a clear, long-term strategy for patient engagement and trust. Despite living in a data-driven era, many healthcare institutions rely on traditional decision-making approaches, leading to ad hoc decisions. Data analytics and metrics are not integral to their growth strategy. Patients frequent hospitals for […]
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Managing the Trajectory of Current to Future Health
Subhasish Sircar
Jul 01, 2017
3 minutes
Publications of OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) up to 2015 indicated that there are ~25 countries that have almost 100% health insurance cover for their populace. In the United States, this number is close to 85%. India is languishing at a paltry 17-20% number. Of these, in most cases where we have 100% cover, government/social […]
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If You Cannot Predict, You Cannot Prevent Chronic Diseases
Subhasish Sircar
Dec 17, 2015
3 minutes
I lost my best friend Sauptik due to cardiovascular complications just after he celebrated his 32nd birthday. He was a strapping, vibrant guy, who cared for his health and received health check-ups regularly. Although he did not show any symptoms, Sauptik had many of the risk factors of cardiovascular diseases. If the doctors had a […]