Healthcare Industry

Healthcare industry is one of the largest industries in the world. It is also one of the industries that has been advancing at a tremendous pace. Technological advancements like machine learning, robotics, artificial intelligence, etc have paved the way to improved healthcare services.

TacitKey aims to promote the latest researches in healthcare and enables professionals to publish their insights, opinions, perspectives, or ideas on a vast array of healthcare topics.

Energy Efficient Hospital Design In India

Published on: 2018/05/29
Ar. Preethi Chauhan

With the need of as many hospitals, we may want to sit back and think about the quantum and quality of buildings we are projected to construct in the near future. Hospital buildings are major energy consumers because of their high demand for heating and cooling for controlled medical parameters and round the clock functioning.

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Indian Healthcare Industry is witnessing phenomenal growth at a rate of over 28%, becoming the fastest growing sector in the Country, outstripping even IT. The main reason for this growth being better standards of living, leading to more incidences of lifestyle diseases…

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Importance Of Critical Care

Published on: 2018/05/11
Dr. Yatin Mehta

Intensive care medicine also referred as ‘critical care medicine’ is a specialty concerned with the management of critically ill patients who are at-risk, or have developed potentially life-threatening failure of any of the body organ systems. It is a specialty involving the holistic care of all aspects of critically ill patients.

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World Health Day: Universal Healthcare For All In India

Published on: 2017/08/29
Dr. Vishal Bali

Universal Health Care has become a fundamental principle guiding much of Public Policy and Healthcare Services in countries around the world. The basic premise of this construct is to alleviate the financial costs associated with healthcare while increasing individual access to these services.

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Although Europe continues to lead the global vaccines sector in terms of production, exports, and R&D of vaccines, current trends indicate diminishing R&D dominance in Europe and rapid shift in power to the U.S. This article outlines the overview of the EU vaccines market, rapid shift in power to the U.S. market and strategic recommendations to strengthen Europe’s ground.

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India Is Considered As A Privatised Health Economy

Published on: 2018/05/29
Dr. Vivek Seigell

The Indian pharmaceuticals market is third largest in terms of volume and Fourteenth largest in terms of value in the world. The country’s pharmaceutical industry expanded at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.4 percent in 2013 to reach around US$ 30 billion in 2015 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 23.9 percent to US$ 55 billion by 2020.

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Is India Poised To Become A World Leader In Eliminating TB?

Published on: 2018/05/03
Manbeena Chawla

TB is the world’s deadliest infectious disease, and according to the World Health Organization (WHO) Global TB Report 2017, India continues to have the highest number of TB cases in the world. But we are tackling this challenge head-on.

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Tuberculosis – The Scourge of India

Published on: 2018/05/29
Dr. Shalu Kumar Verma

Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease variously named consumption, white plague, phthisis, or scrofula. It has been rampant in India, with the first cases being reported as early as 1500 BCE. As we celebrate the WHO World TB Day on 24 March 2018, we need an up-to-date assessment of our efforts to control TB.

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