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Future of Gastroenterology

Specialization in gastroenterology will proliferate with highly specialized therapeutic endoscopists subsequently hepatologists, nutritional gastroenterologists, micro bioma specialists and genomic/oncologic gastroenterologist participation in patient care. DNA stool test or blood testing will diagnose upper GI cancers as well as colonic malignancies. Endoscopic procedures will become more therapeutic in nature. Endoscopy therapy for gastroesophageal reflux disease will be common procedure. Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) / endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) & peroral endoscopic myotomy (POEM) will become more routine practice. Endoscopic surgeries for obesity is area of evolution. As our understanding of gut biome is changing manipulation of our gut bacteria will become routine in treating an assortment of disorders including obesity and perhaps mental disorders like depression. Pre / probiotic prescription will become routine like the treatment of peptic ulcer disease with antibiotics was norm in last 20 years. Electronic medical record is here to stay and will be only source of record keeping in next 10 years. Liver transplantation with great success rate changed our perception towards liver disease. Non alcoholic steatohepatitis will be leading cause of liver cirrhosis. Drug’s like Cinecroviric /Elafibrinor / Saroglitazor are future drugs which reverse fibrosis are under trials. Hepatic regenerations from stems cells may reach from laboratory to clinic. New antiviral therapy for hepatitis C made virus on verge of extinct. First case of esophageal regeneration made opening for future applications of stem cells therapy in Oesophageal diseases. Biosimilars made efficacions and cost reductive treatment for crohn’s disease & ulcerative colitis amenable to most patients. Individualised treatment may be norm with more biological in arena of investigations.

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Future in Cardiology
Future in Cardiology

The progress in the fight against heart disease has come in the form of novel drugs and procedures. There have been exciting developments in the field of interventional cardiology. Mechanical reperfusion by primary angioplasty has become the standard of care for patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction. The profile of patients who undergo coronary intervention has dramatically increased in complexity to include patients with advanced age and those with left main stem lesion and chronic occlusions. Bioresorbable scaffold has the potential to overcome the limitations of permanent metallic stents because it provides temporary scaffolding and then disappears. Trans catheter aortic valve replacement offers a way to treat narrowed aortic valve without open heart surgery. This treatment is approved for people considered to be high risk for valve replacement surgery. The implantable cardioverter – defibrillator can be programmed to recognize and treat most prolonged arrhythmia’s: heart block, bradycardia and tachyarrhythmia. We are entering an era in which interventional cardiologists and heart failure specialitists will work hand in hand to offer patients with heart failure novel devices to improve their clinical status and outcomes.

The average life span of human beings has increased and the major contribution has come from advances in cardiovascular disease. It can be said that the future looks bright and there is much to look forward to. What are the lessons that we take from these advances? They were preceded by decades of research, collaboration and joint international research. The current generations of physicians, scientists and researchers have many new powerful tools continue the advances in cardiology begun so effectively by our predecessors in 20th century. Though we face many challenges, I am hopeful that this can be accomplished.

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Salary Trends of Doctor's in India
Salary Trends of Doctors’ in India

Healthcare sector is emerging in a big way in India transforming our healthcare systems. The growth is generating revenue as well as employment for the country. Healthcare sector is considered the 5th largest employment generator for doctors as well as other medical & healthcare staff. Both public and private entrepreneurs are investing in the sector.

Healthcare industry in India has had a good year and is expected that we will continue to grow in the years to follow too, irrespective of the global economic slowdown. Due to government policies, India is attracting an influx of foreign direct investment in healthcare sectors among others.

Current Environment:

India is witnessing the coming of many multi-specialty and high-end hospitals and healthcare centers in tier 1 and tier 2 cities. Having said this it holds equally true that we are running short of competent doctors and other medical staff. Demand for doctors and the non-medical skilled staff is high in 2 and 3 tier cities for which competent doctors are offered high salaries. The government also runs hospitals and medical facilities at State and Central level but mistrust owing to low quality of services and equipment exists in a huge way. WHO recommends the doctor-patient ratio to be 1:1000 where India stands at 1:1700. Thus there are clear indications of the need for competent doctors and paramedic staff.

Uniformity in Pay Structure:

There is no single or flat pay structure for direct or indirect medical staff like physicians, specialist doctors, and allied paramedical staff etc. Each of these is evaluated by different parameters in different healthcare organizations. With healthcare industry growing and becoming big, salaries are also varying in different cities in India.

Government Employed Doctors:

Doctors in Central and State Government earn their pay as per the structure and slabs decided by the government which the authorized pay commissions revise every few years as per their policy.

Doctors Employed by Private Firms:

When it comes to doctors and other healthcare staff employed by private sector hospitals, medical colleges or research labs, salaries are different and decided individually.

Factors Responsible for Varying Salaries:

Doctors’ pay scales and perquisites are decided based on her or his qualifications; experience plays a huge part, special and additional skills, city and so on. These are factors we know about. But as per current trend, for a doctor to earn a high salary, the city has come to play a prominent role. The reason is that some cities in India are growing because health care sector is growing and such cities demand more doctors to join the workforce.

For example, Hyderabad is seen as the newly emerging medical hub of India and doctors are more in demand as different hospitals and healthcare infrastructures are coming up.

As mentioned earlier, the majority of the new medical infrastructures are coming up in Tier 2 & Tier 3 cities, setting up world-class infrastructure. These cities earlier offered mediocre medical services. But better infrastructures and investments promising a better quality of treatment will not be able to deliver without competent doctors joining the team to run the show and attract customers with buying power.

Status of the organization is also a factor that decides pay scale and slabs. An offshore healthcare company setting up or investing in India has deeper pockets and can afford to hire better doctors by offering them benefits with higher pay scales. Likewise, a renowned organization with a long and successful standing can afford to hire good doctors. Thus doctor’s remuneration depends on many factors.

University From Where Candidate Has Earned Degree:

Pay scale of a graduate and post graduate doctor are different. Likewise, a doctor who has earned good grades and a degree from recognized or leading government institute stands a better chance of getting selected by better organization and earn a higher pay scale than those who’ve studied in private medical colleges.

States offering salaries to doctors (in highest to lower order) are Delhi, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and West Bengal.

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Top 5 Latest Healthcare Technology Tools and Trends of 2017

We are embracing technology and innovations to keep pace in every sphere of life. Healthcare industry is no exception and is using technology in a big way too. Technology is creating and providing cheaper, faster and more efficient patient care systems and solutions; increasingly playing a role in all the processes in the healthcare industry, from patient registration to patient experience and everything in between like, data monitoring, lab tests to self-care tools etc.

Communication Devices Continue to Evolve the Way Consultancy & Treatments Function:

People are now more digitally attuned than ever before as communication tools have become very user-friendly. Patients are looking at convenient and easy solutions for their health issues and problems. Smartphones and Tablets are perfect answers which have made it possible for these patients to undergo consultation and virtual medical examination from the comfort of their homes or wherever they are, instead of physically rushing or visiting the clinic or hospital. Now it is possible to do all the recording, monitoring, sharing information via communication devices and apps.

All the services that had to be carried out in the hospital premise earlier are now being taken out of the confines of the hospital and getting integrated with fast and easy to use communication devices and apps. In times to come, as technology evolves hospitals are likely to invest more in technology to ease virtual consultancy, diagnoses, treatment prescriptions etc. They will save doctors and patients remote visits and thus become cheaper and quicker.

Robotic Nurses and Assistants:

Every year a considerable number of hospital staff and nurses are reported injured while lifting heavy patients and their life support. Healthcare technology & research labs are on their way, creating robotic nurses and staff to carry out heavy-duty jobs which will safeguard the health of hospital staff as well as that of patients’. Some such Robot nurses are already on-duty under observation lifting real human patients from one place to another. These robots are fitted with high accuracy sensors and technologies and are developed by design experts.

Remote Patient Monitoring to Attain Value based, Patient-Centered Care:

Through existing monitoring programs, healthcare professionals are collecting health data of patients that are required like symptoms, weight, blood pressure, sugar level, blood oxygen, pulse, electrocardiograms etc. based on which doctor makes diagnoses and prescribes treatment. Technology is now taking a step forward, that’ll enable healthcare professionals and patients to take the engagement to the next level by facilitating remote patience monitoring. Healthcare technology experts are developing portal device through which doctor can continuously keep a watch on all kinds of health parameters to monitor patients remotely. This tool will allow doctors to perform their job with accuracy without having to resort to an in-person visit.

Thus the new tool will create an opportunity for the physicians to develop close engagement and partnerships with patients in order to have a real-time update about their health status which will help them to take more accurate and timely steps in fast and efficient manner. This tool/device is going to be of immense help to patients who need constant monitoring and medication. This is going to be a boon for blood pressure patients and those taking insulin to control blood sugar, more so the juvenile diabetics.

Bulbs That’ll Disinfect Environment:

Healthcare Research labs are developing bulbs generating rays with power to kill bacteria in the atmosphere. These will be extremely helpful in hospitals where people with different elements and diseases come and chances of infections spreading are more.  A technology is being developed which is using visible lights will go on disinfecting the environment to prevent infection from spreading further.

Batteries for Medical Devices That Will Work for Longer Duration

Pacemaker fitted in our hearts run on batteries that has to be replaced with an expensive surgery. There are several other medical devices that run on batteries and need charging at some point and that comes for a cost. An innovation is in the offing that will provide us with longer lasting, faster charging batteries.

In the healthcare, world technology is transforming a business model into a transparent, patient driven experience.

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Interviewing Tips for Healthcare Professionals

If you’re seeking a career in healthcarea segment fast emerging in India, there are certain basic things candidates need to keep in mind. Doctor Job aspirants have to understand that to land a good job requires coming together of many favorable things at one place and clicking with employers.  Right qualification, work experience, your CV and your personal interview all have to go together to land you a job. Even one fails it will spoil your chances.

For healthcare professionals to get the job is about making the right impression on the prospective employer. And this is going to take a conscious effort on your part. If you apply in a good company and your approach is casual you could lose an opportunity of the lifetime that you may not even be able to understand at this stage. And by the time you do, it may be a bit too late.

Considering that healthcare industry in India is set to grow, it’s the best time to find a foothold in this sector. To do this you require a combination of things to favor you. You need the right qualification, preferably experience too, if you project yourself as a quick willing learner to master additional skills that they job may require, it will count in your favor. Other than that you need references if you can procure.

What we have just spoken about are the things that your CV will speak about. Besides these, you also require skills that your CV may not speak of, but they are indeed very important to land you a job in the real world. You need to be confident; you need to have done the work your CV speaks of as fake CVs are easy to identify. Remember recruiters are the masters of this game. If your CV lies it will show and your application will be trashed even before you know it.

Once CV is in order, you got to pay attention and work on your interview skills. Preparing to face interviews is more about getting clarity in your head than about wearing right clothes and sitting in a certain position. They are important aspects too and play a part in getting you the job, but before that, the interviewers want to judge your mind! What is it thinking, where you want to reach, what you aspire to be and what are you willing to do to get there! These are the questions the interviewer wants to know about you to understand and evaluate you. So it is important that you be clear about everything in your head. If you achieve clarity in this, your body language and your confidence will automatically shine through.

Don’t Let Interviews or Interviewers Intimidate You

To be interviewed is a good sign. It means your potential employer considers you a suitable candidate for the job and is ready to have a discussion with you. They are not out to get you or put you in a difficult situation. Their focus is to hire a candidate with specific skill sets for which at times they may put you in a situation that stresses you out. But facing the situation is where the outcome of your interview lies. If you do well, you are the guy for the job. Remember, you are being put on stress test on a mental treadmill when it comes to interviews! So stay positive and do not lose focus!

Pay Attention to Quality of Your CV, include the Important

Your first impression will be created through your CV. So pay attention to how it sounds. For those in the healthcare industry have to remember to include instances of challenges you faced and its outcome; if you handled peculiar situations or crises successfully in your past career it has to find a place in your CV. If you don’t understand how to go about presenting and highlighting yourself, seek the help of those who do. Professionals know what it takes to make a solid CV that reflects your true personality and covers all professional facts in a positive light.

Live Up to your CV

If your personality and your CV are in sync, your chances of clearing the interview improve manifold. There are many instances where aspirants seeking careers in healthcare got their CVs made from high-end professionals, paid a hefty price for it, and even got selected for interview on the basis of the smart sounding CV. However, when they appeared for personal interviews they failed to match the impact that the CV created of them. This is bad for any career. Candidate should be better prepared. Failing at personal interview stage can be a huge setback. To avoid this situation, focus on preparing for the interview. Get comfortable about what is being mentioned in the CV; as a majority of discussion that happens on interview table trigger from your CV.

If you keep these very, very basic facts in mind, that have more to do with your mindset and attitude than writing and communication skills, you are sure to do well for yourself in a career.

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Career in Healthcare Industry in India

Healthcare industry in India is growing at a fast pace! There’s more awareness about being healthy now amid people than ever before. Increasing number of people turning for morning walks or taking to Yoga or some form of exercise to keep fit, growing awareness about health insurance for family etc. is a  proof of the fact that healthcare has arrived in India in a big way and is here to stay!

With healthcare having taken off like never before, there have also arrived a deluge of employment opportunities in the field of healthcare, which is developing and taking shape of a structured segment.  Healthcare is not limited to hospitals and employment opportunities not limited to hospital staff. Healthcare includes a lot more including jobs for engineers to develop healthcare software, apps, drugs and more and all these sectors are beaming with new and interesting career avenues offering good future.

If you are interested in taking up job in the healthcare industry but are not sure which health career will be right for you and you are not sure what medical jobs are available out there that may best fit your skills and interest, or that you can take up by learning new skills etc.  You should talk to an experienced person who’s working in the healthcare industry, offering employment counseling or best is to visit a health recruitment portal. When you do, you may even learn about a unique medical career you didn’t even know existed!

Healthcare Recruitment Portals – Your Complete Guide to Landing a Job

The best and most practical way to study the job market for doctors and other healthcare professionals in the healthcare industry is by visiting is a few Healthcare Professional Recruitment Portals. You will get a real idea as to how bright things look on the employment front for doctors and other qualified individuals. On visiting these healthcare portals you will come to know about many off-beat opportunities that offer security, healthy growth prospects and many other perquisites.

There are all kinds of medical jobs emerging in the healthcare sector. Those that pay well and those not too stressful; also jobs that require you to work with patients closely and directly and those in which you work in the background as the support. You should make a choice on your interest and qualifications.

As healthcare is an emerging sector offering newer career avenue, it is likely that there may not be many people yet who can advise and give you all the job-related info off-hand, so medical recruitment portals are the best help.  The benefit of visiting these portals is that they will not only take you close to the opportunities and vacancies that exist in the healthcare sector but will also share techniques for creating sensible CV and covering letters as you prepare to apply for the job. Some recruitment portals are a good choice as they go one step further and prepare you for appearing in Interviews by sharing effective interview techniques with you.

Job for doctors is no more traditional, limited to working in a Hospital set-up or opening a clinic or teaching; there are many opportunities for them in the healthcare sector not available earlier, especially in India. Now we have research and development labs, full-fledged pharma industries etc. that have given rise to many different employment opportunities.  You may be a Biomedical Engineer, Dental Hygienist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist or Optometrist or a doctor looking for a job, a healthcare recruitment portal is a place where you can find the best job openings in the industry. More and more employers, as well as employees, are turning to these recruitment portals to list and seek jobs.

Healthcare industry has given rise to many kinds of jobs besides doctors and those mentioned above. You can have a career as a Medical Assistant, Licensed Nurse, Home Health Aide, Therapist, Pharmacy Technician, Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Clinical Laboratory Technician, Radiologic Technologist, Health Information Technician, Speech-Language Pathologist, Respiratory Therapist, Surgical Technologist, Phlebotomist and much more.

Healthcare job portals have made these opportunities easier to find online. Doctors looking for jobs can visit these portals to get information about all important aspects related to the job such as the starting salary, long-term growth prospect, scope for flexible scheduling, along with the kind of security the job offers.

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Resume Writing Services for Doctors

First, it was struggling with getting into medical, then studying hard semester after semester, coming out with flying colors.  And here you are ready to fight a fresh battle you know very little about. Finding an employment. What worries doctors who’ve recently passed out or are looking for a shift is making a CV.

In this highly competitive job market no matter which institute a doctor has passed out from or how well she/he has scored, if doctor’s CV does not present her well, their career may be in jeopardy.

For a doctor looking for a suitable employment, CV acts as his/her gate pass. CV establishes an aspiring employee’s first contact with his/her potential employer.  Therefore it has to create a good impression about the applicant in the mind of the recruiter. If for a doctor the CV can do it, it will stand him in good stead in the long run. But if it reads weak and mediocre, or is made casually, all the years spent studying to become a doctor will stare in your face.

For those who do not know where to begin, seek the help of experts who make CVs for doctors.

The objective of a doctor’s CV is to present and highlight relevant information about you, your skills, qualifications, and experience to a prospective employer in the best light. A good CV helps to create a picture of the candidate in the mind of a recruiter and decide in favor of you. Essentially it is nothing but a personalized response from you to a vacancy that you are interested in applying for. Hence it is important that you create a good resume, keep it up-to-date so that it can be presented at the shortest notice, and let it be flexible to an extent.

As technology is advancing most jobs are processed via the internet. It is an accepted fact these days that selection process for most medical posts is being carried out using online application forms. However, this does not in any way reduce the role and importance of curriculum vitae (CV). It is still used by hospitals and companies having vacancies for doctors to shortlist candidates. CV again plays an important role at the time of interview. Hence it is important that you do not compromise when it comes to standard of your CV.

  • Content & Columns for Doctors’ CV
  • There are some specific tips to keep in mind while Doctors make their CV.
  • Keep Experience & Accomplishments Separate

A doctor should ensure that she/he projects experience and achievements as separate headings. This will make it easy for the potential employer to clearly and quickly evaluate your profile. A professional sequence to present yourself is; Academic qualifications, On-job or clinical experience, Non-clinical skills and reference. Your CV should clearly highlight your career history, clinical skills, and relevant experience; you should also mention development courses and conferences that you may have attended during the course of pursuing studies or on the job.

Research experience should also have a prominent position in a doctor’s CV. You should mention the topic of research, time spent, location, supervisor, the source of funding, the objective behind the research, your role and the final outcome.

If you have participated in a clinical audit you should highlight it in the CV. Include this experience with details like month or year commenced and completed the topic of clinical audit, place where it was carried out, (name of institution etc.), how you contributed, along with the guidelines within which clinical audit was carried out.

Presented or Published Papers:

In the course of research or while carrying out clinical audits if doctors have presented or submitted papers for publication they should mention it in the CV. They should mention the topic on which papers were submitted, the name of the journal they were published in, and date of publication.

Participated in Teaching? Include in your CV:

If you have ever participated in teaching programs do not forget to include it in the CV as it is bound to add strength to CV. Mention which semester or batch you taught, topic, methods you employed for teaching and any other aspect that needs to be highlighted.

IT Skills:

Increasing number of companies in healthcare industry want to employ doctors who are technology savvy and a number of things happening or supported by technology are rising rapidly and companies need doctors who can take control of the situation quickly and do not panic when a change occurs.

The column of personal interest should not be taken casually or be treated as something irrelevant because it helps to project your approach to life. Your interests other than your profession project your beliefs as a person and help to paint a picture of you in the mind of the recruiter.

Make a CV that sounds crisp & to-the-point so that you can secure a place at the interview in the institution of your choice.

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Best Ways to Find Doctors Jobs in 2017

With a rise in the number of medical colleges coming up, competition for jobs amid doctors is also on the rise.  There was a time when the fact that you were a doctor was enough to land you a job in the place and hospital of your choice. Those were the times when we followed newspapers for appointment advertisements and applied against them. Sometimes we sought reference of seniors. We would patiently wait through long queues for collecting application forms to get into government jobs that were considered the thing then.  And after applying there would another long wait.

But it’s a story this generation can’t even relate to. Now there are many more medical colleges, many more specialization streams and there is the INTERNET! The fact that competition has also increased can’t be denied. There are so many doctors passing out every year, pursuing specialization from world class institutions, earning good grades from well-known colleges and so on. Competition has certainly increased the stress of landing a good job for doctors no matter how well they have performed academically. But for those who are smart and wise end up doing well for themselves even in the job market.

New Generation Has New Employment Challenges, More Competition But Also Enjoys Better Avenues & New Opportunities:

One Best Way to Land a Good Job

For those who actually believe that there is one best way to land a good job is disillusioned.  There is no one way, one formula, one website, or one portal that will offer you the job you had been dreaming of unless you are lucky!

So if you are a doctor and looking for a career in medical field, the most effective way is to explore all mediums with equal seriousness and dedication. Because you never know where the opportunity may find you!

From Traditional Newspapers to Internet Explore All

Do not miss the age old traditional appointment advertisements in newspapers; keep an eye on national as well as local ones. Go through medical journals. Keep people informed that you’re on a lookout for a job. And finally, of course, go online! No journey is ever going to be complete without surfing the internet. 

Keep an Eye on Health-Care Portals

There are many reliable recruitment Portals which display all kinds of jobs. Shortlist and visit them often for updates. Then there are specialized recruitment portals focusing on healthcare industry! They are super convenient and super-focused vehicles for doctors or those in the medical field where you are likely to find the most outstanding and lucrative job openings for doctors in India and abroad.

Explore Employment Options Vertically & Horizontally

Along with eyes, also keep your mind open while looking for employment opportunity as a doctor. Doctors may also be required to teach, they may be required in the pharma industry. And these are interesting options offering healthy growth prospects as these are challenging fields too. If you are keen to teach, you can join a medical college in the capacity of professor or if you are interested in research there is pharma industry developing and launching new drugs every day. You can get into research too. So just broaden your horizon and look as far and as wide you can.

A Good CV & Covering Letter Makes All The Difference!

If your resume is weak, your chances of finding good employment will be meek. So before setting out, get ready. The first step is to make an impressive CV. Get a professional to do the job for you. The way you can shine through well-made CV will be good for your career and help you find a job with a good firm. Make a covering letter that reflects your true personality. This combination of good CV and a covering letter will work wonders for you. Over-the–top or exaggerated CV is a huge putt off. Steer clear of it.

So give it your best shot. To be a winner in the real world is going to be tough but also interesting and satisfying.  And do not worry too much. Doctors’ jobs are never going to be hard to find as long as there is life on earth and there are people falling sick.

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Role of Technological Advancements in Transforming Healthcare Industry

Healthcare industry has come a long way in India as well as globally. It is comparable to what it looked and did till a few a decades ago.  The industry was primarily about clinics, hospitals, chemist shops and pathology labs. Healthcare was about a traditional set up with manual records of patients and long unending queues. There were private nursing homes too, but they came for a cost. And advanced treatments were generally not within the reach of a common man.

Shift from Traditional Set-Up

We know how advent of internet and technology changed the world and how transformed every aspect of our life. It transformed healthcare industry too. Technology turned around the healthcare industry to become what it is today.

Technology solutions in the healthcare industry are helping the healthcare and medical industry to improve in many ways. Technology plays a very crucial role in reforming medical care by bringing down costs, the accuracy that technology has made possible in performing tests, precision in diagnoses and prescribing treatment has gone to minimize instances of duplicate tests or performing the same procedures again that was a common scenario earlier. Technology has rendered many traditional systems healthcare industry followed until a few years ago, redundant.

Primary changes that digitalization brought started with maintaining of patients and stock records on computer. But this was soon to change as technology was ready with more to offer to take healthcare industry on a different level.

Technology Digitalized Diagnostic & Therapeutic Equipment

Rapidly transforming medical technology and availability of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment supported by technology changed practice patterns of doctors, revolutionizing and changing the face of healthcare industry across the world.

Technology Digitalized Doctor-Patient Interaction

If you observe you will notice that digital transformation has changed the way doctors and patients interact. Integration of IT with network is a new phenomenon where digital and human expertise combines to examine and diagnose health condition among patients. These are big feats for healthcare industry.

With time technology is becoming more advanced, affordable, faster, and has gone to serve multiple purposes impacting the health care segment like never before; rom diagnostics to prevention to the management of chronic conditions technology is used at every step.

Systems are advancing and moving away from the traditional office or hospital setting towards creating automated and home environment by introducing self-monitoring tools for patients.

Technology Created Apps and Tools to Self-Monitor Health

It is primarily our genes that are responsible for our health; but we know that our behavior also impacts our health in a big way. And if we can identify our bad-for-health behavior and change it, it can improve our health, and reduce onset of chronic conditions. Technological innovations are helping to develop new methods to tap into such behavior. For examples devices and apps are available that buzz when there is a rise in blood sugar or a little before; likewise for blood pressure, hydration level, bad posture, etc. Without technology this cannot be imagined.

Technology & Healthcare Merged to Offer Better Patient Care

The pace and ease with which technology and healthcare are synching and merging, patient care is going to improve and become much more efficient. Because of technological intervention the networking and sharing of information amid doctors working on the patient is taking big leaps, leading to more accurate diagnoses and treatment.

With help of technology, now doctors are able to electronically store medical images, patient’s record of every visit that they can easily refer to and access, if they want to compare it with previous images. Technology also enables doctors to share their patient’s complete medical record with other consultants and specialists for better diagnosis and treatment.

Technology Introduced Concepts like Tele Consultancy, Telemedicine

Technology has also introduced concepts like Tele Consultancy, Telemedicine, HIS, Electronic Health Records and other such web-based services; a convenience that has witnessed a steep increase in the number of digital patients. More and more corporates are deploying a robust IT infrastructure to avail of this technology to facilitate and extend medical benefits to the employees.

Technology/IT has augmented growth in data, encouraged practice of storing health information and medical records electronically. IT has also eased collaboration vis-à-vis data exchange, workflows and mobility.

Future of Healthcare & Technology Combination Looking Up!

Presently IT in healthcare is going through a phase where a lot is being done to improve financial management of technological evolution. The shift to mobile devices, wireless technology and cloud computing is also visible which will bring down system costs further along with improving workflows.

A lot to look forward to, considering Indian healthcare sector is all set to grow in the years to come!

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Practical, Rarely Discussed Do’s & Don’ts of Job Interviews

Appearing for job interviews is the big daddy of all tests and examinations you’ve appeared in your life.  Hence it is important that do your homework, and don’t mess up.

Let’s start with two relevant points that interviewees should pay attention to in order to get into the right company. These are not interview tips but important from the point of view of career.

Choose Your Company/Employer:

First point is that apply in the companies you would like to work with to grow professionally rather than haphazardly applying against appointment advertisements or following instructions of placement agencies.

When you select a company that you want to work with, it is understood that you have made the effort to collect information about the company. And to be appearing for the interview there is a conscious decision. This will give you a different kind of energy, grit, and willingness to perform well in the interviews.

Sync CV with Your Personality:

Second, is about your CV. Get it made from a professional to stand in the competent world but make sure it sounds like you. Sometimes interviewee’s personality does not match with that of the CV she/he carries. The candidate is pretty good but his/her CV looks average and vice-versa. It spoils one’s chances of getting into a good company even before actual interview has begun.

Carry a CV that makes you comfortable. Big words, too much jargon makes you sound hollow.

If it is your first job interview, you’re on a threshold where your status will change from being a student to an employee; and you’ll step into a new phase of life.

While appearing for a job interview (whether it’s your first interview or you’ve faced them earlier), a few points that we’re about to discuss will keep you on the top of your game.

Learn to Say Pass:

Whether you’re appearing for written interview, personal interview, interview on phone or Skype. The employer should get a feeling that you’re focused, dedicated, and serious about your career. While appearing for written interviews, don’t attempt the questions you do not know answers to. Don’t make wild, irresponsible guesses. Employers sitting on the other side of the table are smarter than you think.

Apply the same principal while appearing for personal interviews. If you don’t know the answer, admit politely that you don’t know the answer. Understandably so, it might get embarrassing at times but being honest keeps the interviewee in a comfortable zone to deal with the volley of questions that are to follow.

If you have to appear for phone-interview make sure that you choose a quiet place where there is no noise in the background of people, traffic, other phones ringing etc.  It creates distraction and an impression that you are not serious about work.

If it is going to be a Skype interview, look good, dress well and clean the place that will be visible to the interviewer.  When the interviewer is talking to you, used clothes or soiled teacups would not make for a very good scene. Please pay attention to your appearance.

With phone and skype interviews the advantage is that you can keep your CV and points to highlight handy. Take advantage of it.

If it is a personal interview, do what it takes, but don’t appear hesitant in words or in action. It is a big minus even before a word is exchanged. On the contrary it is very reassuring for an employer to interview a candidate whose body language and speech reflect comfort and self-assuredness.

These are important entry level interview tips. Not complying may result in you being rejected at entry level.

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