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Roundup: IIT Madras develops IT tools to improve rural health and more briefings

IIT Madras develops IT tools to improve rural health

Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) has created an IT tool to monitor and improve the Scheduled Caste (SC) in Andhra Pradesh Health of the community Pradesh.

It is deployed in a project of E. Palaguttapalli SC in Chittoor district Medium is used throughout the year to collect detailed household health-related information and to objectively assess the impact of medical and dietary advice on key health conditions.

The project also organizes an online live broadcast interaction every other month to give lectures on health preservation.

Following this pilot, IIT Madras researchers plan to build a mobile app to digitize health status monitoring and drawing in the SC community.

AIIMS New Delhi will fully digitalize payment All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi (AIIMS New Delhi) will implement fully digital payments at its counters starting next April.

Public medical universities and hospitals are setting up smart card facilities to Improve the payment experience for patients. It will integrate with its existing billing facilities and arrange payment in installments.

Once the facility goes live, cash payments will not be accepted at AIIMS counters in New Delhi, except for smart cards. Top-up counters will also be installed at various locations within the OPD.

ASUS, Octopian bring AI medical coding solution to Middle East

IT providers ASUS and Octopian have partnered to provide an integrated cloud solution to optimize revenue cycle management in the Middle East.

In this partnership, Miraico, ASUS’ AI coding assistant, will be integrated with the Octopian Cloud platform. The resulting solution will help healthcare providers analyze medical terminology in clinical records and automatically suggest appropriate ICD-10 codes to optimize diagnosis-related group assignments and enhance hospital operations.

According to a press release, the integration will be available first Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.



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