eHEALTH MArch 2012 Concept


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  • ICT has exposed human performance limitations / incapacitations ,when the professionals have deal with vast amount of medical LIMITLESS databases , with exponential growth of knowledge with every passing day - and interactivity across millions of permutations and combinations-it is unthinkable to achieve perfected performance without the support systems applications as provided by medical ICT.
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eHEALTH MArch 2012 Concept

  1. 1. MARCH 2012 Concept
  2. 2. About UseHEALTH ( is a premier monthlypublication on healthcare ICTs, medical technologies andapplications. The magazine is a platform for carrying outdiscussions and debates on healthcare technologies, bestpractices and generate awareness on issues affecting the sector.We are extremely pleased to announce the launch of March2012 issue of eHEALTH.
  3. 3. Proposed Segments• Cover Story: Ultrasound featuring the perspectives of the who’s who of this industry and the industry’s growth curve Market in India was estimated at 485 crore in 2009. It is expected to exceed the 1100 crore mark by 2015 with an estimated CAGR of 13-14 percent
  4. 4. Special Focus• Digital and Computed Radiography Inputs from various health experts and radiology professionals• The innovation of digital and computed radiography system have significantly improved the clinical workflow• Market in India has grown at a CAGR of 4.3 percent over the period 2010-2011
  5. 5. • Health Apps are going to be a big trend in 2012 In the March issue there will be a complete analysis compiled on the views of consumers, patients, IT professionals and vendors on opportunities and challenges of stepping into the industry• We will feature start-ups in the healthcare application market
  6. 6. • Exclusive Columns• This issue will also cover the leaders in the healthcare sector in India who have brought about a change in this industry.• Further, candid interviews with Hospital CEOs and Health Secretaries will be featured as exclusive columns.
  7. 7. Target Audience• Radiologists• Doctors• Policy makers/leaders• Stakeholders• Service providers & IT vendors, technology vendors• Consulting firms, ICT entrepreneurs NGOs in the domain of ICT for Healthcare….
  8. 8. We Look Forward to a Fruitful Association!
  9. 9. ThanksContact:• Divya Chawla,, +918860651643• Rakesh Ranjan,, +918860651635
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