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|Title:||Track and respond to infectious diseases||Authors:||Nanda, Sutirtha
|Keywords:||Infectious diseases;Healthcare industry;Healthcare services;Healthcare systems||Issue Date:||2021||Publisher:||Indian Institute of Management Bangalore||Series/Report no.:||PGP_CCS_P21_193||Abstract:||Even the world's most established healthcare systems are inefficient, as Covid -19 revealed. Not just developing nations like India, but even affluent countries, such as the United States and the United Kingdom, faced unprecedented problems in their healthcare systems. During Covid -19, the majority of government agencies even failed to offer adequate testing services. Many governments have concluded that their healthcare system is inadequate to manage disorders such as Covid-19. Governments now recognize the need of a proactive healthcare system rather than a curative one. We designed an end-to-end platform to track and respond to infectious illnesses in this project, while adhering to tight rules to maintain data privacy and security. To follow developing situations, the initiative integrates technology, innovation, and public policy. It aids in making an educated choice on logistics to support testing, diagnostics, medicines, and other support infrastructure for infectious disease management, such as COVID-19. Thus, our objective is to "listen" to the data, identify potential "hot-spots," and initiate quick reactions in order to provide appropriate and timely treatment while maintaining empathy for the patient.||URI:||https://repository.iimb.ac.in/handle/2074/21709|
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