Date: Monday - 27th July 2020 Organised by: GM Events The Middle East & Africa healthcare sector was witnessing an increasing shift towards digitalisation, even before the COVID-19 era. Healthcare transformation, digital healthcare, and smart hospitals are no more buzz words...
Best tricks of ice-cubes for skin in this summer & monsoon weather By: Aashmeen Munjaal Ice cubes are basically frozen components made out of water or any other liquids, mashed vegetables or fruits. Below are some of the tried & tested ways...
Quick rational thinkers, skilled and swift implementers with acute leadership skills set the right culture, structure and tone with which the hospital can function optimally during the pandemic By: Dr. George Noel Fernandes Quick rational thinkers, skilled and swift implementers with...
The only way ahead is if all stakeholders realise their responsibility and act accordingly to slow down and eventually reduce the spread of the virus. Healthcare sector too is getting affected, with halting non-emergency cases and procedures, which is ultimately affecting the business of the sector
Fully under the grip of the global pandemic, India is reporting cases of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, on the frontline of the battle, being shunned by others for fear of being infected By: Neelam Jhangiani & Jayata Sharma
IAGES is a body with over 8000 surgeons Dr. Ramen Goel, President, of the Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeons (IAGES), which is a body with over 8000 surgeons, has set up a task force. These bariatric surgeons are coming...
The Platform is the only active channel for business issue redressal, operating 24/7 with a team of dedicated sector experts and responding to queries in a matter of hours By: Deepak Bagla While stories of COVID-19 disrupting normal life continue to...
By: Neelam Jhangiani From 3-parent babies to using Artificial Intelligence in IVF, India has come a long way since 40 years ago, when Louise Brown brought the world's first test-tube baby. Today, more than 8 million babies have been born as a result...
The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) has sanctioned the project, ‘Cataloguing the Genetic Variation in Indians’ for a period of 3 years to 20 institutions from varied disciplines across the country By: HBI Desk The human genome project was first...
Genetics and Genomics, though perceived to be same, have a vast difference and are classified differently as well. While genetics is the study of an individual gene, genetic variation and heredity, genomics is the science of studying human genes to understand the likelihood or risk of...