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NITI Aayog pushes blockchain and IoT to detect counterfeit drugs in India

NITI Aayog pushes blockchain and IoT to detect counterfeit drugs in India

The problem of fake and counterfeit drugs is a major issue, costing the Indian pharma industry billions, said Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog.
SRL Diagnostics to use Microsoft Azure and AI to transform digital pathology

SRL Diagnostics to use Microsoft Azure and AI to transform digital pathology

Microsoft India and SRL Diagnostics announced their partnership to expand the AI Network for Healthcare to pathology.
India's Persistent Systems acquires Boston-based startup Herald Health

India’s Persistent Systems acquires Boston-based startup Herald Health

Persistent Systems announced the acquisition of Boston-based startup Herald Health which deals in analyzing healthcare data.
IoT medical devices market is projected to reach $63.43 billion by 2023

IoT medical devices market to reach $63.43 billion by 2023

The IoT medical devices market is projected to reach $63.43 billion by 2023 from $20.59 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 25.2%.
eHealth: Software Advice by Gartner ranks Praxis EMR number one in usability

eHealth: Software Advice by Gartner ranks Praxis EMR number one in usability

Software Advice by Gartner, the research and advisory company featuring online reviews of Electronic Heath Records, ranked Praxis EMR number one in usability.
Cloud telephony firm Knowlarity opens toll-free number to provide Kerala flood victims instant access to medical consultation and rescue teams

Kerala Flood 2018: Knowlarity opens toll-free number for instant access to medical consultation and rescue teams

As Kerala residents call up on 180030026189, any doctor of the 7 empanelled ones will answer their queries immediately and offer a ready solution to their problem, said Knowlarity.
Sanjay Pathak - Head Healthcare and Insurance Solutions, 3i Infotech

IoT, AI, Voice and Blockchain can overhaul eHealth in India

Technology advancements, especially in the area of IoT, AI, Voice, and Blockchain, could pave the way forward for the eHealth in India.