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Social health enterprise, iKure gets funding boost from Inflection Point Ventures

Apart from setting up its own primary care clinics, iKure is working with Central and several state governments in India to provide its know-how, sustainable business model, and technology as part of the ambitious Ayushman Bharat scheme......................

Infusion Nurses Society holds its 8th national conference, discusses fresh insights...

The conference was organized to impart knowledge on the importance of adopting safe infusion practices to prevent nurses and patients from potential risks...................

How medical tourism is changing India’s healthcare landscape?

The global medical tourism market is expected to be worth US$ 160.8 billion by the end of 2025 and the edge that India offers in terms of easily accessible and affordable healthcare makes its ripe for mammoth growth opportunities, writes Adarsh Jain..................

“Indian healthcare scenario will improve significantly”

Mentioned Dr Alok Roy, Chairman, Medica Group of Hospitals in an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice where he shared his views on the issues surrounding healthcare sector in India.................  

70-90% Indians Vitamin D deficient, at risk of having diabetes &...

A 2019 pan-India study shows the link between Vitamin D deficiency and hypertension & diabetes. The study found that 84.2% of Type 2 diabetes patients were Vitamin D deficient, as were 82.6% of hypertension patients.................

Indian MedTech innovation to reduce mortality rate of pneumonia affected ICU...

VAPCare from InnAccel is the first device of its kind in the world and automates today’s manual process of secretion clearance and oral cleansing performed by nurses..................

Rare disease patients in UP awaiting treatment support despite judicial intervention

Patients forced to run from pillar to post for treatment while central and state government struggle to work in tandem.................

The vast gap between disease onset & diagnosis in Ankylosing Spondylitis...

The long-term goal of treatment in AS patients should extend beyond pain relief, to preventing disability, maintaining mobility for a longer time and ensuring improved quality of life, writes Dr Shashank Akerkar, Rheumatologist and member of the Indian Rheumatology Association..........................

Violence against doctors: How hospitals must plan to prevent crisis!

Instances of violence have considerably increased in recent years not just in overburdened public hospitals but also against private hospitals, writes Dr Dharminder Nagar, Managing Director of Paras Healthcare while explaining the root causes and the possible remedy................

NATHEALTH condemns violence against doctors, calls for safer work environment

The apex healthcare industry body, NATHEALTH has stated that the doctors and healthcare providers comprise the backbone of modern health care delivery and require a safe environment to deliver care and save lives...............