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Hospital Inventory Mismanagement - Why it happens and what’s the solution 0

Hospital Inventory Mismanagement: Why it happens and what’s the solution?

Medical establishments provide services to their patients all throughout the year. There is no specific time when there is an influx or efflux of patients for which hospitals can plan accordingly. Therefore, they have to fill their inventories with the required Stock Keeping Units (SKUs) to consistently and efficiently cater to the needs of the patients. Hospitals have to deal with this unpredictable demand at all times which can lead to certain pertinent problems....

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Work and Safety in India: Mukesh Rathod, an L&T professional gives an overview

Work and Safety in India: Mukesh Rathod, an L&T professional gives an overview In 2003, The International Labour Organization (ILO), a subset of the United Nations (UN) working towards establishing appropriate work standards and provide social justice for workers, started to recognize 28th April as the World Day for Safety and Health at Work in a bid to address critical cases of workplace accidents and diseases at work. This day is dedicated towards creating...

Artificial Intelligence: The revolution has started and healthcare is a part of it! 0

Artificial Intelligence: The revolution has started and healthcare is a part of it!

The digital boom is already done and dusted with. Consumers and businesses have already shifted to the internet sphere realizing its vast potential. However, technology is something which doesn’t stay stagnant but keeps on moving forward. Customers want more enhanced and personalized experiences while brands are aiming to reach their intended target audience faster. Artificial Intelligence: A piece of the cake The 30 technology of the next decade Artificial Intelligence is that next step...

World Malaria Day 0

World Malaria Day 2019: The Current Scenario and Preventive Steps for the disease

Malaria is a disease caused by Plasmodium parasites. People are afflicted by this parasite if they are bitten by an infected female Anopheles mosquito. The symptoms of the disease usually show 15-20 days after the mosquito bite which comprises of fever, a cold feeling, and headaches. These symptoms which can be mild in nature can’t always be recognized as malaria which leads to delayed treatment with possibly fatal results. In the case of children,...

100% Vaccination in India? Nothing is Impossible: Dr. Amit Gupta, a Vaccine Hero! 0

100% Vaccination in India? Nothing is Impossible: Dr. Amit Gupta, a Vaccine Hero!

World Immunization Week is recognized every year in April to highlight the importance of people being immunized and protected from deadly diseases by providing them appropriate vaccinations. Vaccinations are one of the most cost-effective ways through which people from every financial and societal segments get medical prevention from getting afflicted by ailments. The campaign for 2019 is concentrated on two aspects. One, it focuses on the fact that vaccines are an integral part of...

World Health Day 2019: A call for Universal Health Coverage 0

World Health Day 2019: A call for Universal Health Coverage. Health for all – Everyone, Everywhere

A January 2019 report says that almost half of the world’s population still don’t receive the required healthcare diagnosis/treatments. Therefore, it is well understood why the theme of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is being continued for two consecutive years (2018-19) by the World Health Organization. What is Universal Health Coverage? UHC means the access for everyone to quality and adequate medical care without financial burdens. Adequate healthcare means an all-encompassing medical services which comprise...

Hospital Information System: Why should every hospital have it? 0

Hospital Information System: Why should every hospital have it?

Hospital Information System (HIS) is a software which manages the all-round administration of healthcare facilities. A HIS controls the information flow between numerous departments within a hospital thus allowing the employees to perform tasks efficiently. The first HIS was introduced in 1960 and with time it has gone through various changes to make it more effective. Recently, computers have become an integral part of HIS. A computerized HIS comprises of actions such as input...

World Doctors’ Day Who was the world’s first doctor 0

World Doctors’ Day: Who was the world’s first doctor?

Hippocrates Ever wondered what would have happened if the profession of a doctor never existed in the first place? Medikabazaar wouldn’t be invented as there would be no healthcare industry as we know. Joking! The number of deaths due to diseases is quite significant even when we have established medical practices in place. If there was no medicine, imagine the death toll that too from menial diseases? Quite a dark thought to process right?...

CII HealthTech India 2019 Initiation of Medikabazaar VPO concept 0

CII HealthTech India 2019: Initiation of Medikabazaar’s VPO concept

3rd-5th February 2019, Medikabazaar was present at the 2nd International Exhibition and Conference of Medical Equipments, Technology, Pharma, Consumables, Healthcare Products & Service, Health Tech India 2019 at PragatiMaidan, New Delhi. The event which was supported by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, brought together more than 5000 visitors, 200+ exhibitors from all over the country in a bid to exhibit the latest medical products, and technologies. Additionally, high-level representatives of eminent healthcare...

Purple Day 2019: What you need to know about Epilepsy 0

Purple Day 2019: What you need to know about Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a neurological condition occurring due to irregular brain activity resulting in seizures, unexpected behavior, and losing one’s sense of awareness. There is no age and gender for this disorder. For some, epilepsy attacks can lead them towards constantly staring into a wall for a period of time; while for others, it can result in the twitching of the arms and legs. Not all seizure attacks can be determined as a cause of...