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Domain Expertise Coupled With Tech Skills Has Nurtured Healthcare Careers

"Our endeavor is to upgrade skills in emerging technologies and provide a level playing field for everyone to compete and lead.": VP HR of Indegene

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Personal Experience Led To Queue Management Startup

Queue management in India is completely unorganized, non-receptive to technology, low on customer service and a low margin business for software solutions

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Bridging The Gap Between Rural Patients, Urban Doctors

The complexity of the healthcare problem in India encouraged Suhas Mishra to launch The Good Doctor Project which connects doctors in urban India with patients in rural India

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Augmented Reality Finds Its Way To Train Doctors, Pilots

Sankhya Infotech takes the stage in simulating reality-based training to critical industries like airlines and medicine

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Services In Govt Hospitals Hit As Doctors Go On Mass Leave

Though emergency services at hospitals were not affected due to strike, the functioning of out patient departments and other services were hit with doctors abstaining from work

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Physician, Heal Thyself

Stents represent the tip of the iceberg: over-charging has become endemic in private hospitals

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AIIMS Revokes Suspension Of Doctors, RDA Calls Off Stir

The order triggered an immediate reaction from the Nurses' Union at AIIMS which has planned to hold protest against the decision

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AIIMS Suspends Five Doctors Over Death Of Pregnant Nurse

Nurses' union had called for action against the doctors, but the Resident Doctors Association now warns of a strike

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From Incurable To I’m Fine

The doctor of the future will give no medication, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease: Thomas Edison

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Battling Doctor Shortage, Hospitals Offer Intensive Care From Afar

India's top private hospitals, seizing on a shortage of critical-care doctors, are expanding into the remote management of intensive care units around the country and, starting this month, in Bangladesh too

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Counselors Use Innovative Techniques To Fetch New Age Careers

Using mobile devices, students can connect to any career counselors online and dig out information about prospective career options, writes Surabhi Dewra

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