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2310010

 

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1-3

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Digital Health Technology in Managing Health Care of COPD Patients

Authors

Beroj Steena T., Nalini Jeyavantha Santha

Abstract

The use of digital technologies has become the key to the everyday operation of the welfare state in terms of accessing essential and life-sustaining entitlements in India. The Indian government has launched the Ayushman Bharat Digital Health Mission to further the adoption of digital technologies for the treatment of chronic diseases, including COPD. Along with state authorities, the Government of India is continuously investing in efforts to advance the adoption of digital technologies for diagnosis and treatment, resulting in the growing adoption of telemedicine and teleconsultation for COPD.

Its use to provide quality healthcare at lower cost. The technological design of the programme illustrates the construction and politics of a digitalized public-private welfare policy intended to meet the health needs of the poorest. By examining data on digital access to healthcare in the RSBY programme, as propounded and sustained by public health policies and a public-private model of governance.

Keywords

Digital Health Technology, Teleconsultation, Telemonitoring

 

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Digital Health Technology in Managing Health Care of COPD Patients. Beroj Steena T., Nalini Jeyavantha Santha. 2023. IJIRCT, Volume 9, Issue 5. Pages 1-3. https://www.ijirct.org/viewPaper.php?paperId=2310010

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