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Saturday, 7 October 2017

Ways for The Indian Health Care Sector to Be Made More Tech-Savvy


The healthcare sector in India is growing at a tremendous pace, with the industry poised to touch$280 billion by the end of 2020.

Technology can fundamentally shift the manner in which health care is delivered and accessed in India 

However, the road to technology adoption in the Indian healthcare sector is not devoid of hurdles, with the majority of hospitals planning less than 10% of their annual budget for IT initiatives. This needs to change.

Five ways to change the face of the Indian healthcare sector to make it more tech-savvy and offer improved medical facilities to every citizen of this country.

1. Increase Public Sector Funding In Research Programs To Support Technology

2. Encourage Technology Adoption By DoctorsRead More

3. Healthcare Start-Ups Should Build Trust Amongst Users

4. Educate Patients About The Benefits Of Going Digital


5. Involve Pharmaceutical And Health Care Companies To Promote Technology To The Masses

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