Saturday, February 24, 2018

Articles

This section of HHM Global brings you a unique collection of articles which comprises of the healthcare industry analysis and market research insights which are exclusive and an astute source of information.

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Access to healthcare is a right, not a privilege: the Nigerian State has to...

Nigeria, like many developing countries is besieged by numerous political and socioeconomic problems. Some of these include gross insecurity, inadequate social amenities, poor infrastructure, woeful housing, environmental pollution, malnutrition, prevalence of infectious and non-communicable...
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CPhI India 2017 – Essentra interview

1. You have recently showcased the Golden Ratio pack can you brief us about it? Showcased at Luxe Pack 2017 and inspired by Autumn/Winter 2018 trends, the Golden Ratio Pack interprets the themes of classicism,...

The growing trend of open innovation approaches is stimulating health innovation

Standfirst:Collaborations between academia, industry and government are increasingly creating the kinds of fertile environments where health innovation can sprout and flourish. Singapore’s thriving entrepreneurial, start-up environment is a case in point. Singapore’s government has recognised...

Healthcare delivery challenges.Fayol and Mintzberg – A synthesis of viewpoint

Abstract: Healthcare managers must introspect today to create high functioning teams to deliver value based care. The providers must adopt management techniques and teachings to deliver inter professional care. This review is grounded in management...

Bleeding and Thrombotic Risks : How Best to Balance Out ?

Anticoagulant and anti -platelet agents are very commonly used in clinical practice. Over the past 20 years the market has been flooded with quite a few of them. There is a wide range of...

Why cardiac imaging can reduce the risk of cardiovascular fatalities in athletes

Abstract Athletic training can cause tremendous overload of the cardiovascular system and thus become a trigger for serious and even fatal cardiac events in athletes with a previously undetected underlying cardiovascular disease. Hence, every athlete...

Food, physical activity and mental health: A call for action!!!

Food is a basic need and a subject of contestation. What we eat is constructed and has cultural, emotional, political and economic significance. As with many other areas of health, explanations for differences in...

Breast Cancer patients should have the right to a second opinion and consecutive action,...

In Europe, effective cancer treatment is provided in specialized centers, which are focused on increasing survival rates. Fortunately, survival rates are indeed rising and now this increased number of cancer survivors require that more...

The risks of text messaging in hospitals & healthcare environments

The adoption of mobile technology within healthcare environments has increased significantly in recent years, as more and more clinicians turn to their devices to coordinate care and manage patient health outcomes. With an estimated...

Amblyopia and the brain

Vision occurs in the brain, not the eye. Our eyes convert light into a signal that the brain makes sense of, but sight actually occurs in the brain. During childhood, an eye defect – such...

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Taking Healthcare IT into the next phase ‘, Digital trans-formation and the transition to value based care are pushing care providers to change their patient experience approach. Patients today desire the same customization and digital services in healthcare as they receive across retail and other industries.

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