City scholar researches role of healthcare apps
'Technovation' is published by the prestigious Elsevier of the Netherlands, Which is a publishing company specializing in technical, medical materials, and scientific.
Nagpur: Debarun Chakraborty has authored Justin Paul as well as the author of more than 60 research articles on various aspects of management in various international journals. Co-authored by his latest work published in ‘Technovation’, he also expands the dimensions of healthcare apps in the global landscape.
‘Technovation’ is published by the prestigious Elsevier of the Netherlands, Which is a publishing company specializing in technical, medical materials, and scientific.
Debarun Chakraborty, who is also a member of the editorial board of various journals, and Justin Paul have also focused on various health services and products similar to medicines. Also consulting with doctors and laboratory tests is what compels the public to migrate to a wide variety of apps to assist in times of crisis.
With restrictions and restrictions becoming the brand new normal, the authors also put a lot of emphasis on how healthcare apps have become an integral part of one’s life. About two eminent scholars have focused heavily on ‘consumption values’ and have also traced various trends in ‘brand love’ for health care apps.
Aspects of artificial intelligence
Debarun Chakraborty, deputy director and associate professor at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, has also authored half a dozen books and presented about 45 papers at various conferences. He has also said that the real objective of this is to see the healthcare brand love in India by using the concept of consumption values as the core values.
As a repository of clinical data, laboratory records and consultation histories, the healthcare app itself has revolutionized the health management system, says Omkar Nakade, co-founder of the app Mednet Labs. It also said that apps are increasingly used to send alerts, reminders and notifications to help patients and health care providers. They are still the cornerstone of the home care system and a bridge between patients, doctors and healthcare providers.
Healthcare app specialist Omkar Nakade has said that aspects of artificial intelligence and machine learning will be part of healthcare apps very soon.
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