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Pune: The global market for cardiac monitoring (CM) and cardiac rhythm management (CRM) devices is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8 per cent and reach $28 billion by 2021 from $22.19 billion in 2016, according to a new market research report by MarketsandMarkets.
Mumbai: Tata Trusts and GE Healthcare on Monday announced a partnership to train 10,000 youth in various technical areas of healthcare over a three-year period. The partnership will focus on bridging the skills gap in healthcare technical or operating staff. The aim is to enrol 50 percent female candidates.
Bangalore: GE Healthcare on Friday announced the launch of a healthcare startup accelerator programme, five.eight, aimed at improving healthcare outcomes for the world’s developing economies.
Over 100 Delhi Doctors Fall Sick | Rs 25 Lakh Ransom Demanded from Bihar Doctor | 40% of Kerala Doctors Migrate
More than 100 resident doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi have fallen prey to high fever, chikungunya or dengue so far this season.
Chennai: Global Hospitals on Saturday inaugurated the country’s first wide-bore 3T Silent Scan MRI with MAGiC, which can reportedly reduce scan time by as much as 67%, at its hospital in Perumbakkam, Chennai. The hospital also inaugurated GE Healthcare’s Discovery IQ PET/CT system that can assist in diagnosis, staging and post treatment monitoring of cancer.
Bangalore: GE Healthcare on Wednesday announced the launch of Revolution ACTs, the first computed tomography system designed, developed and manufactured by the company in India.
New Delhi: Medical education in India is suffering from the lack of standard among medical postgraduates, especially in the field of radiology, said Dr Harsh Mahajan, chief radiologist, Mahajan Imaging.
New Delhi: India is a growing nation. Its per capita healthcare expenditure is expected to rise from $43.1 in 2008 to $88.7 by 2015, a report from Equentis Capital said. But despite this glory, it is a harsh fact that at any point of time, the demand exceeds supply in the healthcare industry. “We have 600,000 short of doctors as per the WHO standards,” said Dr Ashok Seth, chairman, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi and head, cardiology council, Fortis Group of Hospitals.
Bengaluru: CAMTech INDIA, a new United States Agency for International Development (USAID/India) funded public-private partnership to accelerate medical technology innovation for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH) in India, has announced its first medical technology hack-a-thon to be held here on July 18-20. This inaugural hack-a-thon (Jugaad-a-thon) is being organised in partnership with Glocal Healthcare and hosted by GE Healthcare India.
Bengaluru: The Centre for Global Health at Massachusetts General Hospital (USA) on Friday announced the launch of CAMTech INDIA, an initiative to catalyse the development and adoption of new technologies to address preventable causes of death among women and children in India.