02-26-2015, 07:25 PM
The medical education and health in India will have some significant changes in the coming years. While before the World Summit innovative health (desire), renowned heart surgeon Dr Devi Shetty said the next big thing in health is not 'magic pill' or a new operation but information technology.
Shetty appreciating the current government, said that the current government in India is very progressive and will witness major changes in health care and medical education in the coming years. Further he said that one can not have a country with GDP shooting upto 7-8 per cent and 80 per cent of the population having poor access to adequate healthcare.
In his speech, Devi also referred to estimates made by WHO predicts a shortage of health centers 12.9 million. He also referred to his own estimate suggested that it would be twice as India requires only 3 million new doctors and nurses 6 million today. He insisted on the need for global education University Medical paragraph priority.
Dr. Shetty, Narayana also directs care in Bangalore, said it was more costly affair to begin medical school in India and the ways in which collective. Medical schools have begun in India should be reformed. Medical education has come down significantly in India and children from poor families should take care to become doctors.
Noted other changes needed, Shetty said in the use of iPads instead of paper charts to avoid errors.