Algo rhythms: mHealth and Telemedicine in India


Indians living in rural regions spend up to 1.5 times more on healthcare than urban dwellers, primarily due to a lack of access which prevents early detection of diseases. mHealth and Telemedicine could potentially disrupt the market by bridging the gap between rural and urban health in India, which also makes it a great economic opportunity for technology companies and healthcare companies, and in many cases the lines between the two are blurring fast.This also opens the door for new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) to be used to augment the speed, scale and …
Source: Business Standard