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Digital healthcare comes to rescue of patients during COVID-19

Use of technologies such as Internet Of Things and Artificial Intelligence are helping patients in the hospitals during COVID times, writes Amrita Chowdhury, Director and Co-founder of Gaia....................

Budget 2020 should be a ‘Health-quake’ India

The government should also come up with medical innovation fund separately to boost health tech start-ups, writes Dr Rajeev Boudhankar....................

Good days for bioinformatics services market ahead, predicts study

A new study has projected robust growth prospects for the bioinformatics services industry over the course of the next few years............

India’s medical waste growing at 7% annually: ASSOCHAM-Velocity study

Inadequate waste management can cause environmental pollution, growth and multiplication of vectors, leading to the transmission of diseases like typhoid, cholera, hepatitis and AIDS through injuries from syringes and needles..............

Higher GST on medical equipment is bad news for the healthcare...

In the below contributory column, Dr Shankar Narang, Chief Operating Officer, Paras Healthcare shares his views on what he believes are the long-term ill effects of Goods and Services Tax on the medical technologies.............

Increased GST on medtech means higher medical costs for patients: MTaI

In its latest statement, the Medical Technology Association of India has pointed out that it would have helped if the medical services were zero-rated, similar to exports, where full tax credit against inputs would be refundable........

Withdrawal of GST exemption on hospital equipment: a boon or bane...

While the imported hospital equipment would become costlier post withdrawal of Goods and Service Tax exemption from 1st July, the decision would add burden on patient's pockets.....

Health ministry begins first ever training program for public health workers

The health minister, Mr J P Nadda inaugurated the first-ever Induction Training Programme for new recruits of Central Health Services (CHS) and urged them to imbibe new thoughts and experiences to enhance their skills.......

WHO India honours Public Health Champions

The scope of the awards covers contribution to significant advances in population and person focused services and inter-sectoral actions........

NEET 2017 to be held in June next year

No other examination either at state level or institutional level shall be valid as per the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 with effect from 2017 admission session......