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Dream. Dare. Do – that is Suyati’s work principle in a nutshell.

Jul
18
2016

Role of Product Engineering Services in Healthcare

Product Engineering and IoT are creating revolution by revamping the healthcare landscape with innovations that help reduce healthcare costs, encourage patient engagement, boost population health, and finally make healthcare more accessible and transparent at all levels. Product engineering usually involves working towards fixing issues due to price, product excellence, implementation process, dependability, maintenance, anticipated product […]

Jul
11
2016

Technology in Healthcare Outreach Programs

With the growth of complexity of health issues, information and new health care procedures, the public needs additional skills, information, and supportive relationships to take care of their health necessities. As the emerging of new technologies and inventions prevail, the public and private organizations are progressively using the Internet, media and other novel technologies to […]

May
06
2016

Creating An Amazing Online Healthcare Journey

The advent of online media has revolutionized every sector and healthcare industry is no exception. However, the industry is facing many challenges in meeting the expectations of the consumers. Thus, the traditional ways of treating consumers need to be improved for getting the best results. Challenges for Healthcare Providers Surviving tight competitions to varied options […]

Apr
27
2016

mHealth Apps – Handling the security flaws

  Mobile-health or mHealth refers to the use of mobile devices for practicing medicine and for supporting public health. mHealth apps entered the markets to expand into the only space that mobile devices hadn’t completely embraced yet- healthcare. A survey on how mobile devices are used for medical purposes pops up with astonishing numbers where […]

Oct
16
2015

Smartphones and wearables – Are they as good as they seem?

Everywhere you go these days you will find people glued to gadgets. Gadgets have become the primary means of both social as well as business communication. In the area of sports, wearable devices such as wristbands and stretch sensor fabrics are being extensively used to monitor activities. In the area of medicine pressure cuffs and […]

Aug
07
2015

8 Challenges of Bigdata in Healthcare

While one of the maximum impact industries for bigdata analytics remains the healthcare industry and its allied fields, there are challenges that need to be addressed. While some of these challenges are common to more than one industry, some are specific to the Healthcare industry. In a previous article, we explained the benefits of big […]

Feb
19
2014

How Does Patient Engagement Help in Quality Care?

It is a universal tenet for organizations that the ‘Customer is King’. Globally, industries spend millions trying to listen to the ‘voice of the customer’, and understand their needs. They then spend millions more in analyzing the information they have collected, understanding what the customer needs and then tailoring a product or service that will […]

Feb
19
2014

What Is Going to Be the Focus in 2014? mHealth, Telehealth, or Connected Health?

Of late, the three hottest topics of discussion in healthcare have been ‘mhealth,’ ‘Telehealth,’ and ‘Connected Health.’ What are these terms? And what impact do they have on contemporary as well as future healthcare? These are just some of the questions doing the rounds at almost every conference, forum, and discussion. To explain any of […]

Jan
30
2014

SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics & Cloud computing) and Healthcare

Brand loyalty is a thing of the past. Today’s enlightened consumer no longer sticks to a brand. Customers now want the experience. Their purchase decision depends on news, views, reviews, information, and demonstrations. Aiding them ably in their search for information, products and services, as well as their providers and sellers, are the ubiquitous mobile […]

Jan
20
2014

Why Physicians Dislike EMR

According to a study published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, physicians in one emergency room spent 44% of their time entering data in their electronic medical records (EMRs). In contrast, only 28% of their time was spent on direct patient care. Little wonder then, that most physicians are frustrated with EMRs, and are […]