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सोमवार, 12 जून 2017

New frontiers in medicine

New frontiers in medicine
- The Indian healthcare industry is growing at a tremendous pace, thanks to initiatives being adopted to strengthen coverage, services, increasing healthcare expenditure by public as well as private players and the widespread adoption of technology. It is predicted that by 2020, the market will touch US$280 billion and its Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) counterpart will grow 1.5 times more than the current growth of nearly US$1 billion. The recent flagship government programme, Digital India, through its e-health initiative, is set to address information asymmetry and sub par access in remote areas through technology. The new National Health Policy 2017 advocates extensive deployment of digital tools for improving healthcare outcomes, by setting up a National Digital Health Authority (NDHA).