The term telemedicine as accepted by World Health Organization is, “The delivery of health care services, where distance is a critical factor, by all health care professionals using information and communication technologies for the exchange of valid information for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease and injuries, research and evaluation, and for the continuing education of health care providers, all in the interests of advancing the health of individuals and their communities”
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A published report by Harvard University has concluded that the use of telemedicine has been on the rise in the rural areas. The report published in Health issue in May reports a 45% jump in patient’s use of telemedicine from 2004 to 2014. Another report published by Nemours Children’s Health System showed that 64% of the parents have used or plan to use telemedicine for the treatment of their child. Despite the obvious benefits there is slow acclimation to the use of telemedicine. Continue reading TELEMEDICINE: THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE
Every year World Malaria Day is celebrated on 25th April to shed light on global effort to control malaria. Each year on April 25, organizations and NGOs around the world collaborate to raise awareness on malaria prevention and cure. Continue reading CloudClinik: World Malaria Day 2017
In September last year, the Global Health Institute called out a conference to discuss the eradication of polio from the world. The conference mapped out areas still not freed from this epidemic and formulated an action plan for the endemic. With an additional $1.5 billion in budget, the WHO aims to exterminate the virus’s existence from the globe. Continue reading CloudClinik Stands Up to Eradicate Polio
With the plethora of EMR (Electronic Medical Records) Software out in the market, the best one is the one that really solves your management problem and has the following 3 key features that streamlines your workflow. Continue reading 3 Key Features of an Efficient EMR Software
Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) are certainly the talk in medical offices these days. Those who are thinking about going digital may have heard that it will make them less useful and have long implementation timetables. But how much of their productivity actually suffers? It all depends on the method of integration of medical transcription services. Being in the healthcare field for years may involve having thousands if not millions of medical records. Al Kayyali Medical Centre has embraced the services offered by CloudClinik for the improvement of medical records in the centre. They were introduced to electronic health records to store clinical information in electronic format, that it makes it easy for doctors to share patient health information.
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