Our 250-bed greenfield hospital in Pune will come up this June, and we are adding two more greenfield hospitals (250 beds each) in Bangalore, which will be operational by 2024, said Mr. Dilip Jose.
Date : March 8, 2022
Publication name : Business Standard
Dr H Sudarshan Ballal, Chairman, Manipal Hospitals awarded a doctorate of science by the Rani Channama University during the 9th Annual Convocation at the Suvarna Vidhana Soudha in Belgavi.
Date : March 7, 2022
Publication name : The Hindu
The highlight of the budget is the focus on primary care, preventive care, rural health, children’s nutrition, and maternal well-being, said Dr. Sudarshan Ballal.
Date : March 5, 2022
Publication name : The New Indian Express
Mr. Sameer Agarwal said, Over the years, India has become a popular destination for medical tourists, given the relatively low costs and high quality of its private hospitals with advanced medical care. India was placed 10th in the Medical Tourism Index for 2020-21 out of 46 destinations by the Medical Tourism Association. We have evolved - not only providing world-class facilities to our citizens but also the neighboring countries, the African continent, UAE among others.
Date : March 1, 2022
Publication name : Bio Spectrum
Mr. Vikas Tayer said, (The restrictions) have discouraged patients who had been traveling comfortably to India to return here for treatment. They are instead looking at something nearer to them, even if it is more expensive. Speedier clearance of travel permits and international campaign to build awareness of India accreditation program for healthcare institutions will be encouraging for Heal in India project he added.
Date : February 28, 2022
Publication name : The Strait Times
Mr. Sojwal Vora said, At Manipal Hospitals, 1,000 Covishield doses are nearing expiry in March in its 21 branches nationwide. The rest of the doses have been redistributed among its centers and used.
Date : February 27, 2022
Publication name : The Times of India
DH HONOURS CHANGEMAKERS (Standing from fifth from left) Karthik Rajagopal, COO Manipal Hospitals; entrepreneur Capt GR Gopinath; Justice N Santosh Hegde, former Supreme Court judge and former Lokayukta; and LK Atheedq, Principal Secretary, ROPR Dept, are seen with 'DH Changemakers 22 in 2022' awardees at Bengaluru International Centre on Thursday.
Date : February 25, 2022
Publication name : Deccan Herald
The Internet of Things is technology that has slowly gained momentum and is now silently shaping our future. IoT is the result of humankind’s curiosity and intention to lead a convenient and connected lifestyle, reducing labor and eliminating the chances of human errors. By making the devices connected to each other and the internet, it allows to collect and communicate data and make precise and informed decisions through Machine Learning and Neural Networks (complex mechanisms). IoT can also make use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to aid in making data collecting processes easier and more dynamic.
IoT provides businesses with a real-time look into how their systems really work, delivering insights into everything from the performance of machines to supply chain and logistics operations. IoT enables companies to automate processes and reduce labor costs. It also cuts down on waste and improves service delivery, making it less expensive to manufacture and deliver goods, as well as offering transparency into customer transactions. As such, IoT is one of the most important technologies of everyday life, and it will continue to pick up steam as more businesses realize the potential of connected devices to keep them competitive.
The last decade has witnessed extensive research in the field of healthcare services and their technological upgradation. To be more specific, the Internet of Things (IoT) has shown potential application in connecting various medical devices, sensors, and healthcare professionals to provide quality medical services in a remote location. This has improved patient safety, reduced healthcare costs, enhanced the accessibility of healthcare services, and increased operational efficiency in the healthcare industry. Manufacturing is currently experiencing the fourth industrial revolution of its kind with applications utilizing technologies such as IoT, AI and robotics that are evolving the industry. Internet of things (IoT) in automation , robotic industry is proving to be a game changer for automation and robotic companies. Industrial automation and robotic companies that use IoT solutions can reap new benefits.
CII Karnataka is organizing a session on IOT in Manufacturing & Healthcare on 23 February 2022 from 1200 Hrs to 1315 Hrs. It will be addressed by prominent speakers
Date : February 23, 2022
Publication name : Webex
Karthik Rajagopal, the co-chair of the FICCI Health services committee and chief operating officer of Manipal Hospitals, said the group was working on innovative methods to take its medical capabilities to small towns. “We are partnering with hospitals in secondary cities to offer outpatient consultations, like in oncology, cardiac or orthopaedics,” he told.
Date : February 22, 2022
Publication name : Moneycontrol