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Sree T. Sucharitha*, Chakrapani Chatla. *Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Co-ordinator, Central Research Lab, Tagore Medical College Hospital, Chennai, India; *Corresponding Author:Dr.Sree T. Sucharitha, M.D, Professor-Community Medicine, Research Co-Ordinator, Central Research Laboratory, Tagore Medical College Hospital,Chennai Abstract Introduction: COVID-19 derailed the clinical care delivery system for regular outpatient consultancy services across globe. Specially designed tele-health applications as well as regular mobile phone-based applications (apps) have been attempted by various healthcare providers (HCPs) to cater to the needs of their patients especially during the early emerging pandemic period. Methods:We attempted to study the barriers and facilitators in utilizing technology-aided tele-health options in a multi-state.mixed-methods study throughRead More →

Garima Gujral Taxonomist – Walmart Global Tech Abstract The need for a health information system is felt across major healthcare service and would also enhance the developing global health agenda. Especially around the Universal Health Coverage and Sustainable Development Goals. Information related to public health is collected from population-based surveys, disease surveillance systems, hospital information systems, family health surveys. The last decade has experienced a greater shift towards electronic health systems as the key source of information for public healthcare systems. READ MORERead More →

Kelechi Eguzo1, Chukwuemeka Oluoha2, Usenime Akpanudo3, Chinenye Onodugo4, Kingsley Nnah5, Peace Egharevba6, Peace Ndukwe7, Onyechere Nwokocha7 Marjorie Bash Foundation Abia State University Harding University University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Marjorie Bash College of Health Sciences and Technology University of Benin Abia State Ministry of Health Abstract Purpose Above 50% of Nigerians who take medications on any given day consume antibiotics, while up to 22% of cases of malaria are treated with antibiotics. The prevalent inappropriate use of antibiotics with relatively poor knowledge can effectively be addressed through education. This project explored the impact of a blended learning course and mHealth intervention on the competence ofRead More →

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Call for papers 2021 – Medical Informatics, Health Informatics, IT in Medicine, TeleMedicine, etc. CLOSED FOR THIS SEASON: NOW SUBMITTED PAPERS ARE UNDER ASSESSMENT We, at EHCF School of Medical Informatics, (EHCFSMI) announce a call for paper/ article in all areas of Medical Informatics, Health Informatics, IT in Medicine, TeleMedicine, etc. Type of paper to be considered: Original research paper, scholarly or academic articles, case studies and papers to extended versions of previously published. We invite quality work that focuses on research, development and application in the aforementioned areas. Participant’s Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfT5mB3cQ8EJBzK–828njm9h6FgEWuO8HwelqJC_T4C-o6Mg/viewform Paper Submission Deadline: August 31, 2021 Papers to be submitted as anRead More →