Search results

Health IT

Reply to Angelhack: cheap/free telemedicine platform, please contribute

Radha krishna Behara - May 23, 2016
Dear All In order to engage all the stakeholders such as patients, doctors , pharmaceutical companies, i provided recognition based model under the GHD forum "Designing provider incentives" which i...
Health IT

Recognition based incentives

Radha krishna Behara - May 23, 2016
Recognition based incentives Behara Radha krishna
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Reply to Elizabeth Mitchell on the Role of Providers, Payers, and Purchasers in Incentive Design

Radha krishna Behara - Dec. 9, 2015
After thoughts here. Sustainability of any global challenge (whether it is meeting the rising costs of health care or solving global warming) is only possible in a very simple, authentic and sincere ...
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Reply to Recognition Based Incentives

Radha krishna Behara - Dec. 8, 2015
I would like to elaborate on the Idea I submitted above and here is the details. 1. The whole effort should be redefined in a language that will trigger motivation, inspiration and excitement. For pr...
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Reply to Elizabeth Mitchell on the Role of Providers, Payers, and Purchasers in Incentive Design

Radha krishna Behara - Dec. 8, 2015
Dear Mitchell I would like to any bring a totally different approach to the challenges you are facing and what you mentioned in this video in the following way. 1. First and foremost i think the mom...
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Recognition Based Incentives

Radha krishna Behara - Dec. 7, 2015
The basic nature of humans is “recognition” other than Money. That is the focal point of my idea. Here is the details: 1. In Each city, Government should create an agency to handle this effort fin...
Keywords:
Capacity building designing provider incentives non-financial incentives
[ARCHIVED] Designing Provider Incentives

Reply to Provider Driven Benchmark System

Radha krishna Behara - Dec. 7, 2015
Interesting discussion. I was looking at this in a different perspective and submitted my Idea. it is still not visible here. My idea is to look at the constraints regarding monetary benefits for in...
[ARCHIVED] Innovating Health Care Delivery

Reply to 5 Innovations in Global Health: Maybe not what you were expecting

Radha krishna Behara - Oct. 22, 2014
Sudip With well connected world via internet and other communication channels there is a need for Medicine (Health care), Engineering (Health care devices) , agriculture(Healthy living), technology, ...
Health IT

Reply to How can we improve the sustainability of ICT implementation in developing nations?

Radha krishna Behara - July 18, 2014
For developing nations mobile 3G technologies and SMS apps are crucial to reach out to most of the people because mobile usage is exponentially increasing. In order to make the country and it's people...
Health IT

Reply to Social Media and Health Education

Radha krishna Behara - June 30, 2014
We do have some great links and replies on the subject matter. I have a different take on the whole subject because of several following factors that affect the reach to the people for preventive educ...
Health IT

Reply to Social Media and Health Education

Radha krishna Behara - June 29, 2014
There is a research by Harvard professors and others which says Social media success of marketing is not effective 63%(Approx) time. Engaging audience/customers on a constant basis in social media i...
[ARCHIVED] Innovating Health Care Delivery

Reply to Online Interactive maps depicting the spread of AIDS, Released Today.

Radha krishna Behara - June 29, 2014
I wrote a blog on Health care industry and there I mentioned about Data Analytics companies. These companies process huge amount of data and then churn out information we want. you can check it out he...
[ARCHIVED] Innovating Health Care Delivery

Reply to Establishing trust for patients and providers in the world of health apps

Radha krishna Behara - June 20, 2014
I also felt that there should be a method for this. I write blogs at http://skillsnest.wordpress.com ( http://skillsnest.wordpress.com/2014/06/08/health-care-industry-landscape-and-opportunities/ ) ...
[ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

Reply to [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

Nachiket you have wonderful points that are practical for implementation for during and post operative care. Due to high connectivity and technology improvements there is a marked shift in the intell...
[ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

Reply to [ARCHIVED] The Future of Point-of-Care Technologies in Cancer Care

Radha krishna Behara - April 30, 2014
Hi Cathie As a Technology guy I suggest that all the experts should look at other industries such as Manufacturing to learn how problems (cancer treatment in this case) are fixed by using some of the...
Health IT

Reply to Experience with telehealth to increase follow-up rates?

Radha krishna Behara - April 24, 2014
Hi Andrea The solution of "telehealth centers in local clinics " might work to a certain extent only because of the profit motto of the local health centers in each and every village. As long as ther...
[ARCHIVED] Improving Equity through Health IT in the US and Internationally

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Improving Equity through Health IT in the US and Internationally

Radha krishna Behara - April 3, 2014
Joaquin I agree with your point "decision makers in organizations in this kind of work, everything from the WHO to those on the ground, are seeing that IT and specifically health IT can be a way to...
[ARCHIVED] Improving Equity through Health IT in the US and Internationally

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Improving Equity through Health IT in the US and Internationally

Radha krishna Behara - April 2, 2014
After reading some outstanding comments I felt that we are having a tunnel vision in terms of solving the root cause of making patient behave as required to improve his health. We have aging populatio...