Healthcare Articles

Articles on key issues related to the Healthcare Industry from the heads of leading Hospital and Healthcare companies and healthcare industry experts. This section focuses on current and emerging issues in areas such as healthcare management, medical sciences, surgical speciality, diagnostics, technology, equipment & devices, facilities and operations management and information technology.

Effective Knowledge Management Model (KM) for Healthcare Integrating Success Factors and Knowledge Management Strategy

In the process of recognising the value and importance of Knowledge ManagementKM healthcare organisations have conducted researches on to improve healthcare delivery and sustain optimal healthcare outcomes In order for KM to be effective it is essential that KM strategies and success factors are con..

Leukaemia: A deadly intruder

The article talks about complexity of Leukemia a type of blood cancer and advancement in treatment It also brings out the need to advocate early diagnosis of the disease since burden of the disease is high in low income developing countries..

It’s Not About Hearing Loss, It’s About Preventing Hearing Failure

Approximately 15 per cent of the worlds adult population has some degree of hearing failure which could lead to further health complications such as depression dementia and personality changes The article discusses the importance of understanding and preventing hearing failure often passedoff as hea..

Approaching the Unreached through Mobile Medical Units

Indias healthcare system could be bettered with an increase in expenditure on healthcare human resources and innovative interventions Currently rural areas in India have limited access to healthcare facilities In order to combat this Mobile Medical Units MMUs were introduced Factors which need to co..

Trials, guidelines and other new developments: How AF management will change in 2017

With the conclusion of numerous major trials and the potential approval of a multiNOAC reversal agent this coming year is set to completely change the stroke management landscape..

Goal Specificity and Change Management

Healthcare organisations are spending significant amount of resources towards improving processes and adapting new technologies to improve patient care and overall organisational efficiency While executing these change initiatives management experiences many implementations related challenges in ter..

Cervical Cancer

The fifth most common cancer in humans is also the most common cause of cancer deaths in developing countries Annually about 74000 of 132000 newly diagnosed cases result in deaths Visible causes are sexual contact early in life multiple sex partners smoking and consumption of birth control pills It..

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Expanding Healthcare Delivery in India: From Hospitals to Home

Technological advances are influencing our lives in unprecedented ways Be it shopping apparel in the comfort of home or getting groceries delivered at doorsteps or finding a yoga instructor old means of availing goods and services are evolving rapidly A newer addition to this ondemand and at conven..