Better Ways To Connect: Medical Communications In India
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Analyzing Healthcare Social Media Efforts

Analyzing Healthcare Social Media Efforts | Better Ways To Connect: Medical Communications In India | Scoop.it

Social Media possibly plays the biggest role in getting your healthcare communication to your target group. A successful and effective medical communication campaign always creates targeted content and uses appropriate social media channels ( looking at gender and age profiles of members of various communities and platforms) for distribution. Metrics should be used at every step in order to justify the next action.

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WHO: India home to more than half of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis cases

WHO: India home to more than half of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis cases | Better Ways To Connect: Medical Communications In India | Scoop.it

India accounts for more than half the cases of South East Asia’s multi-drug resistant tuberculosis that kills in thousands every year, particularly claiming patients who frequently change doctors and fail to complete the two-year treatment regimen.

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‘Kalam-Raju tablet' for healthcare workers in India

‘Kalam-Raju tablet' for healthcare workers in India | Better Ways To Connect: Medical Communications In India | Scoop.it

After the widespread acclaim for the ‘Kalam-Raju stent', the former President of India, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, and well known cardiologist Dr. B. Soma Raju of Care Foundation are back to their innovating ways. This time around, the duo has come up with the concept of an indigenous tablet PC for healthcare workers at primary health centres in rural areas.

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Health Tablets in the Waiting Room Revolutionizing Telemedicine ...

Health Tablets in the Waiting Room Revolutionizing Telemedicine ... | Better Ways To Connect: Medical Communications In India | Scoop.it
The medical tablet sector is part of the telemedicine market, which includes patient-physician communication tools and services, healthcare delivery services and research data analysis. The industry grew to $11.6 billion in ...
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The latest MedCom Superhero in India is Balgam Bhai

The latest MedCom Superhero in India is Balgam Bhai | Better Ways To Connect: Medical Communications In India | Scoop.it

The BBC World Service Trust and the "International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease" in collaboration with Central TB Division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has launched the 'Bulgam Bhai' mass media campaign on 15th Feb'12. The campaign consists of TV spots, radio spots, outdoor, street theatre performances, street theatre performances; video van activity; and an inter-personal toolkit containing games and puzzles to be used by front line health workers and others.

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