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Understanding Importance Of Technology In Healthcare

Be it decreasing nursing home abuse or the development of new treatment methods, technology continues to make our healthcare sector more systematic.

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Ebixcash Announces Appointment Of Eminent Career Banker - Sunil Srivastav To Its Board Of Directors

Sunil is presently serving as a Senior Advisor to one of India’s largest investment banking firms Edelweiss. He is also serving as a Senior Advisor to the World Bank for their Energy and Extractives program in India.

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YohanPoonawalla Foundation Donates Jeep To Pune Police Appreciating Their Work Amidst The Pandemic

Mr. Poonawalla mentioned that the Pune Police Department’s bold and gallant approach to curb the pandemic selflessly risking their lives, prompted him to offer the utility vehicle which will help enhance safety and mobility of the officers while patrolling.

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48.68 Crore COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Manufactured In India

On the precautionary measures that have been taken to combat the third wave of the pandemic, she said the health ministry continues to monitor the COVID-19 trajectory right up to the district level.

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Message In A (I.V) Bottle

If you are above 35 years or work in stressful roles or industries (startups, media, treasury functions, high-paced Law etc), or have anger issues or pre-existing health issues like high BP, diabetes, or smoking or junk food habit, get your and your spouse’s annual health check up done.

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Road To Personalized Medication

Personalized medicine is the tailoring of medical treatment to the individual characteristics of each patient. Knowledge of a patient's genetic profile assists doctors select the proper medication and administer it using specific dosage, creating an overall customized treatment.

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Abbott Launches COVID-19 Home Test Kit In India

In alignment with the current ICMR advisory on self-use, these tests will be made available to ramp up testing of symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals and contacts of confirmed coronavirus cases

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BW Disrupt Unveils 30 Under 30 Super Intra-Entrepreneurs

30 young achievers come under the spotlight, as the ‘BW Disrupt 30 Under 30’ initiative celebrates entrepreneurs & intrapreneurs who are hitting above their weight for a larger impact

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Apollo Hospitals To Carry Out COVID-19 Vaccination Drive On Wednesday

The vaccination drive is part of Apollo's commitment to support the government in achieving the target of administering 500 million vaccines by July 2021

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We Are In Phase Of Creeping Protectionism And MGNREGA Is Still The Best Bet In Rural Areas: Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee

Abhijit V. Banerjee, Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, received the 2019 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences. How well his ideas fit into India’s economic growth amid the volcanic challenges are debated in his book--Good Economics for Hard Times-- which he co-authored with Esther Duflo. He touches upon more politically contentious issues like trade, inequality and the universal basic income for those who are left out of the economic growth story. In a free-wheeling conversation with Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld, Prof. Banerjee comments on India’s healthcare, the privatization, fiscal support, and the complex matrix of Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme. He asserts that the Indian economy could be competitive should “we open ourselves to trade”. Excerpts:

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India May Raise Vaccine Spending To $6 Bln This Fiscal Year: Government Sources

One of the sources said part of the increase could be due to higher-than-previous costs for domestically manufactured shots. He did not elaborate. India's finance ministry did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

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Ebixcash Ropes In Economist SP Kothari To Its Board Of Directors

S.P. Kothari is Gordon Y Billard Professor of Accounting and Finance at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Most recently, from 201S.P. Kothari is Gordon Y Billard Professor of Accounting and Finance at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Most recently, from 2019 to 2021 he served as Chief Economist and Director of the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis at the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Learnings For Building A Healthy Future

The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a tectonic shift in the way diagnostics have been perceived

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RBI’s Covid Relief: How it benefits the Health Care Industry

Below mentioned are the highlights of benefits that the scheme offers to the healthcare industry.

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Moody's Slashes India Growth Forecast To 9.3 %

Moody's expects the renewed surge in the virus to contribute to a marginal shortfall in revenue and a redirection of spending toward healthcare and virus response relative to what the government budgeted in February.

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