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Technology for Emergency Care Management & Healthcare Delivery-Varun Bahl ,Vaibhav Srivastava

Technology for Emergency Care Management & Healthcare Delivery-Varun Bahl ,Vaibhav Srivastava

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Technology for Emergency Care Management & HealthcareDelivery
AuthorsVarun Bahl
works as a Business Consultant in the Healthcare payer IT field with more than 8years of experience. His areas of interest include Health Reforms, Medical IT ProcessOptimization and Health Innovations. Varun has expertise in many healthcare businessesincluding Health Insurance, Third Party Administration, Pharmacy Management and New healthtechnologies and innovations.Varun can be reached at bahlvarun@gmail.com
Vaibhav Srivastava
works as a Business Analyst in the Healthcare domain consulting field withmore than 3 years of experience. His areas of interest include Health Reforms, HealthcareProcess Optimization, Innovations, Thought Leadership and Healthcare Strategic Consulting.
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Vaibhav can be reached at vaibhav.srivstava@gmail.com
Table of Contents
1.
Introductiona.Statistics on Emergency Services in India
2.
Current State of Emergency Care Management in India
3.
Transformation Strategy
4.
Leveraging Technology for Integrated Emergency Care Management
5.
Cloud based Integrated Emergency Care Managementa.Interactions with Stakeholders b.Revenue Model – How to make ERC’s viable
6.
Summary
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1.Introduction
Emergency Services are restricted in India- to sum up the current state of emergency services and its delivery;there is a famous quote by an Ex – Dir AIIMS, “If you feel there is an emergency, better arrange for your owntransport than to wait for an Ambulance”. Most of the population is completely unaware of emergency procedures and appropriate contacts. Emergency delivery systems are also constrained, due to lack of systemintegration, leading to poor delivery of care.
Statistics on India Emergency Care- Drivers of Change:
With more than l Lakh Road Traffic Accidents related deaths, 98.5% Ambulances used for transporting dead bodies, 90% of A m b u I a n c e s devoid of Oxygen of any Equipment, 95% Ambulances having untrained personnel, most ED doctors having no formal training in EM, misuse of Govt. Ambulances and 30% mortalitydue to delay in care, India portrays a worse image than what existed in USA of 1960s (Source:http://www.iiems.org)
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