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Eliminate Preventable Blindness by 2020 – A Tough Target

All stakeholders need to take concerted efforts to drive away the preventable blindness by 2020.

Ophthalmic market on rise

India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. However, around 30 per cent of the world’s blind people are the citizens...

Sankara Eye Foundation, India wins award

Sankara Eye Foundation, India has become the first recipient of the IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj Milestone Merits Recognition Award for the year 2018 in the Operations Focus category. 

10th HKTDC MEDICAL & HEALTHCARE FAIR ATTRACTS 12,000-PLUS BUYERS

The major focal points at this year’s International Medical and Healthcare Fair were global start-up companies and wearable devices, reports Subhajit Roy.

Padma Shri bestowed to a visionary who has established a world-class...

Sankara Eye Foundation India is honoured to share that Dr Ramanathan V Ramani, the Founder and Managing Trustee, has been awarded the prestigious “Padma...

Eye care Product innovations of 2018

What recent innovations are pushing the boundaries of diagnostic, treatment, and state-of-the-art eye care? Here we feature a few eye care innovations that will fuel some of the key trends in 2018.

Social Heart & Business Brain: Success Mantra for Healthcare

Our research found that health care organisations with a social heart and a business brain can be quite profitable, sometimes more profitable than so called profit-maximising hospitals. Ravi Ramamurti, University Distinguished Professor of International Business and Director, Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern University

Ophthalmic Equipment Industry: A Visionary Outlook

Ophthalmic devices are utilised in the detection and treatment of ocular defects or deficiencies and eye disorders. The increasing incidence of eye disorders and...
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Healthcare’s Digital Revolution

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Evolution of Mammography and Advances in Breast imaging

Offering the possibilities of smaller, lighter, and faster materials and devices, nanotechnology is working its way into the world of medical technology. - Dr. Meinal Chaudhry