ME&A - MarApr19
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
This subject has expanded enormously in the last few decades and is not called as ‘ENT Head and Neck Surgery’. With this expansion, more of the area, thus more of conditions need to be covered. And hence, more of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Tools are needed. - Dr. M. N. Bhattacharyya
Dr. Beri, do share with us your vast experience in the healthcare domain, both as a clinician as well as a management professional.After...
Offering the possibilities of smaller, lighter, and faster materials and devices, nanotechnology is working its way into the world of medical technology. Nanotechnology is in its infancy, and no one can predict with accuracy what will result from the full flowering of the field over the next several decades. Many scientists believe it can be said with confidence, however, that nanotechnology will have a major impact on medicine and health care; energy production and conservation; environmental cleanup and protection; electronics, computers, and sensors; and world security and defense. - Mohammed Ahmeduddin, Avinash Venkat Raman
Led by Delhi and Maharashtra, India’s forensic laboratories have managed to reduce pendency of DNA testing cases by a 50 per cent national average.