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Month: June 2021

How Does Tele ICU Concept Lower the Cost of Healthcare?

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How Does Tele ICU Concept Lower the Cost of Healthcare? The abrupt emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has, indeed, pushed the whole medical community to its very limit. The healthcare facilities are having trouble with proffering beds to the patients, while the doctors are being overwhelmed by the enormity of the situation. For instance, in…

How Can Simulation-Based Training Narrow The Demand Supply Gap In Healthcare?

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How Can Simulation-Based Training Narrow The Demand Supply Gap In Healthcare? The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has veritably exposed the lackluster side of the Indian healthcare system. Furthermore, the massive imbalance in demand-and-supply infrastructure in the country has also been uncovered by the same. For instance, there are around 80,000 nursing homes across India offering valuable…

How Tele-ICU Is Changing the Landscape of Critical Care in Rural India?

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How Tele-ICU Is Changing the Landscape of Critical Care in Rural India? Since the last decade, India’s healthcare sector has advanced at a rapid pace. However, there is a great disparity between healthcare delivery in urban and rural areas. Especially in rural regions, there is not only a lack of healthcare infrastructure but also a…

Importance of Simulation-based Learning during COVID Times

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Importance of Simulation-based Learning during COVID Times The re-emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic in the second quarter of 2021 has been a challenge for the medical community. As of June 4th, the overall number of COVID-19 cases has increased to almost 173 million globally. Although 156 million infected amongst them were able to escape from…

How Tele ICU Helps In Reducing the Burnout and Stress among ICU Physicians?

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How Tele ICU Helps In Reducing the Burnout and Stress among ICU Physicians? Burnout syndrome, also known as BOS, occurs in almost every healthcare professional, especially those caring for critically ill patients (nearly 48%). In addition, almost 96% of physicians tend to agree that burnout causes depression. Besides, almost 40% of medical professionals usually do…