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  1. 1. A Presentation on TELEMEDICINE THE INDIAN SCENARIO YIT,SEMESTER Vl RAJASTHAN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Submitted By : Balvinder Singh {007} Devanshi Gupta {011} Submitted To : Govind Kumar {016} Ms.Ritika Jain Jagrit Makhija {020} ECE Deptt. Lecturer1
  2. 2. Telemedicine - Definition  The practice of medicine delivered across distances via telecommunications , including audio , visual & data communications , and interactive video technology performed by licensed or legally authorized individuals.  Useof Information , Communication & Technology for delivery of clinical care.2
  3. 3. Types of Telemedicine  Real Time Telemedicine  Requires the presence of both parties at the same time and a communications link between them .  Asynchronous Telemedicine  Does not require the presence of both parties at the same time.3
  4. 4. How it works ? A patient getting treated NODAL A Doctor HOSPITAL A remote telemedicine console having Audio Visual and data conferencing facilities POTS/ ISDN An expert / specialised doctor A Central Telemedicine Server having REFERENTIAL audio visual and data conferencing HOSPITAL4 facilities
  5. 5. In Action5
  6. 6. Sequence of Operations PATIENT IN Patient visits OPD Patient receives local Local Doctor checks up treatment and not referred OUT to Telemedicine SystemDay One Patient referred to the Telemedicine System (some special investigation may be suggested) Patient visits Telemedicine data-entry console . Operator entries patient record , data and images of test results, appointment date is fixed for online Telemedicine session. Offline Data Transfer 6 From Nodal Centre
  7. 7. Sequence {continued} Patient 1 Patient 2 Patient 3Day Two Patient 4 • Online conference for the patient • • IN Patient , Local Doctors at the Nodal OUT • Hospital and Specialist Doctors at the • Referral Hospital. • Patient Queue 7
  8. 8. Uses Of Telemedicine  Patient monitoring - Using Technology  Medical Consultations - Remote to Urban - Emergency Situations  Patient Education - Through Internet8
  9. 9. Infrastructure CONNECTIVITY : Options for telemedicine services  VSAT  PSTN  ISDN  Leased Line  Wireless LAN / WAN9
  10. 10. Benefits of Telemedicine  Timely delivery of health care & Lower costs  Opportunity of research to primary physicians  Decentralization & Regionalization  High satisfaction and time savvy for Patients  Equitable health care with Telemedicine Software  Isolated communities & areas covered (Rural, Hilly, Space, Forces, Natural Calamities)  Physicians referrals reduced by 80% connecting by10 primary physicians to specialists.
  11. 11. Current Efforts by Telemedicine  Department of Information & Technology  ISRO  Telemedicine programs in North Eastern States  Apollo hospital  Asia Heart Foundation  IIT Kharagpur  C-DAC , Mohali11
  12. 12. Applications  Home care  Disease Management  Disaster Management  Continuing Medical Education & Public Awareness  Disease Surveillance  Remote Consultation & Critical Care Monitoring  Surgery – Robotics  Second Opinion & Complex Interpretations12
  13. 13. Defining a National Telemedicine Network A Three Tier hierarchical connectivity structure can be contemplated for implementation in phases to include  A Primary Health Centre (PHC) / Community Health Centre connected to District Level hospital  A District Level hospital connected to a State Level hospital / Selected Specialty hospital  State hospitals and Selective District hospitals being connected to a Super Specialty hospital at the National Level13
  14. 14. Three Tier Connectivity Structure14
  15. 15. Integrated Telemedicine Solution  Sanjeevani - Software package with the expert guidance of doctors of PGI e – Sanjeevani - Web based application (R&D effort in the area of Health care & Medical informatics)15 Screenshot
  16. 16. Features of e - Sanjeevani  No installation  No configuration  Online diagnostic test reports  Secure environment  HL – 7 standard support  Case summary & report generation  Central repository16
  17. 17. Telemedicine - The Promise  Taking modern health care to remote areas using IT  Majority of diseases not requiring surgery conductive to Telemedicine  Can also play a significant role in training of medical personel across the country  Decrease in price and complexity of this technology over last 5 years makes it17 economically viable
  18. 18. Telemedicine INDIA’s option or necessity  India characterized by low penetration of healthcare services  Indian medical society (survey results)  75% - Doctors practice in urban centers  23% - Semi – Urban  2% - Rural areas  Hospital / 1000  0.19 - Rural areas18  2.20 - Urban areas
  19. 19. Telemedicine INDIA’s option or necessity  Primary health care facilities for rural population highly inadequate  Rural & remote areas continue to suffer from absence of quality health care  Several initiatives by Government & Private Sector19
  20. 20. Telemedicine INDIA’s option or necessity  Successfully managed locally with advice / guidance from specialists / super – specialists in cities , without having to travel to the specialists  Key driver of public : private partnership for health care delivery to the people of India20
  21. 21. References  Wikipedia encyclopedia  Websites  Telemedicine in India : Initiatives & Perspectives  Journal of Internal Medicine  Report of the technical working group for Telemedicine Standardization21
  22. 22. THANK YOU22
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