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Mayo Clinic opens patient information office in India

Mayo Clinic accepts appointment requests directly from patients and patient referrals from physicians

Bengaluru-based Eka Care expands its presence, enters Nagpur

The connected tech platform helps doctors to manage their appointments, digital prescription, billing, lab and pharmacy services, patients’ medical records, and their digital presence

Artemis Hospital, Gurugram appoints new team of heart health experts

The Artemis Cardiac Care Center’s stellar team of doctors represents the finest heart specialists in the country

Early HIV detection for better care: Bridging the gap with advanced...

Innovations like point-of-care testing, which refers to rapid HIV screening performed in clinical settings by professionals, are crucial to ensure timely infection detection

Practo Insights: 46% YoY rise in diabetes consultations by young Indians

Young Indians in the age group of 25 - 34 recorded the highest spike in consultations as their share of consultations increased by 46% since last year

One-third of people tested for HbA1c found to have diabetes: Tata...

Most people being diagnosed with diabetes fall in 40-60 age group. More men found to suffer from diabetes than women

Manipal Hospitals partners with Google Cloud to transform patient experience

Manipal Hospitals will leverage Google Cloud’s AI/ML tools and core compute technologies along with using Amwell platform to ease patient navigation across the healthcare chain’s service offerings

Regaining Balance: The Need to Effectively Manage Vertigo

Experts share their thoughts on Vertigo, a balance disorder caused by inner ear problems, affects 1 in 10 people worldwide, with women 2 to 3 times more likely to be affected

IASO holds national conference on surgical oncology

Eminent cancer surgeons from all over the country as well as international faculty from Europe, America, and Brazil were present at the event

Survivors of acute Covid-19 at increased risk of psychiatric disorders

Patients who got infected with mild to medium case of Covid and successfully recovered are now suffering from what is being called as the Long Covid Syndrome