In the current crisis scenario, no patient wants to visit a hospital and on the other hand all doctors need to maintain social distance from the patient in an attempt to protect themselves. However, even if one refuses to see the COVID-19 affected and refer them to specialized
This is to inform all registrants that there will be no TSI Telemedicine training on 07 April 2020 and 08 April 2020. Training sessions will resume on Wednesday, 09 April 2020 and the schedules will be informed by email.
Thanks for the overwhelming response, we received 1000+ registrations in the first week. Four interactive class room sessions have been conducted so far. If you have not been contacted yet, you will receive a communication shortly and if you were unable to attend the training for whatever reason, please do get in touch with us and we will reschedule you for the forthcoming sessions.
Soliciting your support in our endeavor to familiarize all doctors in India on the concepts of Telemedicine and bringing them up to speed on the recently notified Telemedicine Practice Guidelines.
Telemedicne is now legal. The MoHFW has notified the Telemedicine Practice Guidelines on 25th March 2020.
In view of the impending Phase 3 of the COVID 19 pandemic. It becomes imperative on the part of the part of Doctors and the medical fraternity to keep our hospitals and resources available for any eventaulity. Tele-health consultations will reduce the burden on the healthcare system and will go a long way in managing the pandemic, should the phase come.
On the recommendation of NITI Ayog, an online basic Tele-health introductory orientation cum training program is being planned by the Telemedicne Society of India (TSI) supported by DHIndia Association and other digital health partners. The aim is to train ALL doctors in India on the basics of Teemedicne use.
As the MoHFW, GoI has notified the guidelines for the practice of Telemedicine in India you may use the simple steps enumerated below as guidance for running successful Teleconsultations using video conferencing.
Video Conference (VC) is a tool that allows users in different locations to communicate using technology and hold face to face to meetings. Broadly speaking video conferencing is of two types, a point-to-point VC which allows communication between two individuals and
The CEO of DHIndia Association (Digital Health India Association) on behalf of its members submitted the feedback and comments on the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill after due consultations with the Digital Health community. The comments were collated and curated by our Legal and Medical experts and the effort was spearheaded by Dr Guriqbal Singh Jaiya.
Healthcare, with its inherent complexity, deals with large volumes of data coming in. Well designed and used EMRs (Electronic Medical Records) can collect huge amounts of data. However, neither the volume nor the velocity of data in traditional modern healthcare may
‘Digital’ is trending everywhere and healthcare is no exception. The role of digital technologies in healthcare also known as Digital Health is wide and fuzzy. It is being pitched as a panacea for the shortcomings in healthcare delivery and is being positioned as a solution