Let us celebrate Make In India, we have a well-earned reason for that…


Let us celebrate Make In India, we have a well-earned reason for that…

We are referring to celebration tagged to Wipro-GE healthcare’s recent accomplishment of CT system launch. This system costs less than 40% of traditional available CT systems in market, and addresses everything that you ever wished for from cost and quality perspective.

While half of country was debating around “Make In India campaign’s” success or failure, Milan Rao, CEO and President of GE Healthcare South Asia & his dynamic team was busy leveraging technical know-how and skill set that country India beholds.

Wipro-GE team thought through this execution so well, that even before the product was launched the company had right distribution and training channel laid out across the country.

Some of the must know features of the CT system include

  • 36 per cent lower radiation with a smart dose.
  • 28 per cent lower life cycle cost
  • Half the weight of a traditional machine.

This all round approach of Wipro-GE joint venture is commendable and only deserves applaud, we wish more companies materialize on their Make In India beliefs.

For now let us all celebrate and cherish the vision, and soon to become reality of Affordable healthcare.

Kudos to Milan Rao and his team for making us believe that right treatment is available at reasonable price.

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Are you worried that crowded hospitals are gonna delay your right treatment or Dx?

Are you worried that crowded hospitals are gonna delay your right treatment or Dx?

If yes, don’t be. Healthcare providers and technology pioneers are working out a solution for you. It goes by name “ML”, i.e. machine learning.

Yes, you heard it right; machine will help healthcare providers quicken their delivery to patients and provide them with right aid at right time.

Inter Mountain Healthcare, Dell and Zebra Medical Division are the players in whose talented hand lies this challenging task.Inter Mountain Healthcare and Zebra Medical Vision entered into partnership, where the former’s USD 12 million is been channeled to latter. All that Zebra has to do is; use his algorithms that could help machines read through various images < can be CT, Ultra-sound or others>, and give a meaningful insights to providers on quick turn-around basis.

Partnership’s of this type are not new, some tech companies like IBM believe on machine learning so much that they invested 1 billion USD in acquiring Merge Healthcare.

Future involving these technology solutions seems promising and less hasty one, and we all look forward to those good times.

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