Information & communication technology in Healthcare
ICT encompasses both the internet-enabled sphere as well as the mobile one powered by wireless networks. In modern society ICT is ever-present, with over three billion people having access to the Internet. With approximately 8 out of 10 Internet users owning a smartphone, information and data are increasing by leaps and bounds. This rapid growth, especially in developing countries, has led ICT to become a keystone of everyday life. Fast progressions in ICT in the most recent decade or so give answers for the issues in social insurance administration frameworks. These incorporate a wide range of issues, for example, tolerant security, dietary administration, telemedicine, advanced imaging, report administration and so on. This paper investigates the developing advancements which are being utilized for the change of the social insurance process and distinguish the issues and their likely arrangements particularly with regards to creating nations. Telemedicine offers a method for enhancing the standard of medicinal services particularly in the creating scene.
These may help social insurance experts and group healthcare laborers to do their work better especially in remote areas.
Plays Major Role in Health Research.
Manages and Stores Health-Related Data through Electronic Medical Record.
Educates people Regarding Awareness of Communicable Diseases
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Information & communication technology in Healthcare Conference Speakers
- Artificial Intelligence
- Big data analytics
- Biostatics, Data management
- Clinical Research informatics
- Digital Healthcare Technology
- e- Prescription
- Health Information Technology in Rural Healthcare
- Health Information technology to improve consumer/ public healthcare system
- Health IT Policy and Marketing
- Healthcare Informatics and Innovations
- Imaging informatics
- Information & communication technology in Healthcare
- Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)
- Translational Bioinformatics (TBI)