The studio, according to an authority proclamation is a first-of-its-sort drive proposing to lay out a few ‘Focuses of Excellence (CoEs)’ on cutting edge medication as a feature of the GSMST and a Super Specialty Hospital as an expansion of CoE.
New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur and Gangwal School of Medical Sciences and Technology (GSMST) will coordinate a one-day crossover studio on July 2. The studio, according to an authority proclamation is a first-of-its-sort drive proposing to lay out a few ‘Focuses of Excellence (CoEs)’ on modern medication as a component of the GSMST and a Super Specialty Hospital as an expansion of CoE. The one-day occasion will be tended to by Professor Abhay Karandikar, Director, IIT Kanpur, and Professor Ashutosh Sharma, IIT Kanpur.
The studio is imagined to propel the idea of Telemedicine Policy and Strategy, Application situations, and investigate the job of Artificial Intelligence in enabling the wellbeing arrangement of the 21st 100 years, IIT Kanour articulation said.
It will cover meetings on driving the execution of wellbeing innovations and intercessions methodicallly by making a system for sending plans of action for cutting edge point-of-care gadgets at the objective geologies, a component of gathering information safely, and applying arising mechanical devices to concoct measures for forestalling sickness.
The studio, the foundation said, will reveal insight into major questions connected with the importance of telemedicine and Artificial Intelligence in medical care.
Meeting one is on “Current Scenario of Telemedicine in India”, and will be directed by Professor Amitabha Bandyopadhyay, and Professor SK Mishra, IIT Kanpur. Meeting two is on “Current Telemedicine Practices in India” and will be directed by teacher B Bhattacharya, and SR Sahoo from IIT Kanpur. Meeting three is on “Computerized reasoning for Health” and will be directed by Professor Ketan Rajawat, IIT Kanpur.
The featured expert for Session 1 incorporate Vikram Pagaria, Joint Director, National Health Agency, Govt of India; Abhishek Singh, CEO, MyGov, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology; R Prakash, C-DOT, Department of Telecommunication; K Ganapathy, Apollo Telehealth Network Foundation, Chennai; Praveen Srivastava, Associate Director and Head; Health Informatics Department, C-DAC, Noida.
The featured experts for the subsequent meeting incorporate Sanjay Sood, Associate Director and Head, Health Informatics and Medical Electronics Department, Center of Advanced Computing, Mohali; Arjun Kalyanpur, Chairman, Teleradsol, Bangalore; R Kim, Director, Arvind Eye Hospital System, Madurai; Dr Sangeeta B. Desai, Head, Department of Pathology, TMH, Mumbai; and Professor Anjali Mishra, branch of Endocrine Surgery and School of Telemedicine and Biomedical Informatics, SGPGI, Lucknow.
The featured experts for the third meeting incorporate Dr Vijayakumar Chinnadurai, Scientist F. Mental control and AI focus, INMAS, Delhi AI application in Remote Patient Care; Dr Dileep Raman, prime supporter, Cloud Physician, Bengaluru; Dr TK Srikanth, IIIT, Bangalore, Tele-emotional well-being Mission Task Force, MoH&FW, Govt. of India; Dr Raghu Dharmraju, President, ARTPARK (AI and Robotics Technology Park) at IISc; and Dr Prasanna Desikan, University of Minnesota, USA.
A round table discussion will be held following the inside and out meetings essentially with five famous speakers, including, Vimal Wakhlu (Ex-CMD, TCIL), Professor Sunil Shroff, Senior Consultant, Urology and Renal transfer specialist, and Professor PK Pradhan, President, Telemedicine Society of India.