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Apollo Hospitals & Abbott join forces to build India’s first cardiac...

Apollo Hospitals becomes the first to adopt Abbott's High Sensitive Troponin-I blood test technology to screen otherwise healthy people for the risk of developing heart disease. The collaboration will focus on generating India-specific insights to enable physician..........................

Medikabazaar launches digital application to resolve stock inventory issues in hospitals

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) based application will help hospitals plan their procurement and avoid overstocking of medical supplies........................

BD launches new patient safety program for hospitals

BD launches Preventing Risks of Infections and Medication Errors in IV Therapy (PRIME) in conjunction with Joint Commission International (JCI) in India...................

CallHealth partners ThynkBlynk to integrate healthcare data via blockchain

CallHealth and ThynkBlynk have partnered to kickstart India’s first cross-industry immutable data-interchange, powered by Blockchain with an aim to integrate secure and reliable healthcare data for millions of patients and healthcare providers..............

“Home healthcare industry is expected to grow exponentially”

Mentioned Mr Vivek Srivastava, CEO and Board Member at the HealthCare atHOME while sharing his perspective on home based healthcare market trends, current scenario and future outlook...............

Navia Life Care unveils Navia QM, an AI based patient management...

Navia QM is a smart queue and appointment management system which will completely revolutionize patient flow streamlining for healthcare providers...................

“AI has the potential to revolutionize healthcare delivery”

Mentioned Dr Geetha Manjunath, CEO & CTO of Bangalore-based healthtech startup NIRAMAI in an exclusive interaction with BioVoice where she spoke about the artificial intelligence in healthcare and an innovative early breast cancer detection technology developed by her company...….

Apollo Cradle launches its largest network of Advanced Technology Neonatal ICU

This is the first time in India that a large network of women and children hospitals like Apollo Cradle is going live with this initiative across India...………...

Experts emphasize on the patients’ right to complete information

The drug regulators need to be vigilant and consumers should be completely informed...……..

Fortis Healthcare signs MoU with GD Goenka University for academic training,...

As per the agreement, students at GD Goenka University will now have the opportunity to observe the relevant procedures, undergo an Internship and learn from the industry experts thereby contributing in the advancement of critical research and techno-economic development...……...……..