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Kerala Telemedicine

Web Based Telemedicine Solution – edHANWANTRI
  • eDhanwantri

CDAC and Media Lab Asia has implemented the project “Web Based Telemedicine Solution – eDhanwantri”. It can be accessed anywhere in Kerala State Wide Area Network (KSWAN) by authorized users using Broadband, ISDN or ISRO connectivity.

Reference http://edhanwanthari.kerala.gov.in/thejaswini/scope.html
Regional Cancer Center Thiruvantpuram
  • Regional Cancer Center Thiruvantpuram

The RCC established Telemedicine in September 2004 with the help of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and CDAC, Trivandrum. Established high bandwidth connectivity between Regional Cancer Centre, Thiruvananthapuram and its peripheral centres at Kollam, Kozhencherry, Ernakulam, Palakkad and Kannur using satellite communication. High quality Video Conferencing, Tele-pathology and Tele-radiology equipment and software required for interfacing these equipment have been developed.

Reference https://rcctvm.gov.in/telemedicine.php
OncoNET - KERALA
  • OncoNET - KERALA

A research project funded by Govt. of India  Designed, developed, implemented and supported by C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram  Implemented at Regional Cancer Centre Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India and its five peripheral clinics across the state. Onconet is the first successful Tele-Oncology Network in India which provides telemedicine services in early detection, patient follow up and pain relief for cancer patients from rural areas. Peripheral Clinics in Onconet Kerala includes Malabar Cancer care Society, Kannur. ; Early cancer detection center, Palakkad. ; Early cancer detection center, Kochi.; Early cancer detection center, Kollam. ; District cancer control cente, Kozhencheri.

Reference http://14.139.245.138/nmcn/jipmer/ppt2013/Mrs_Neelima.pdf
OncoNET - India
  • OncoNET - India

The ‘OncoNET’ project is a proven technology based Cancer care delivery program sponsored by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoH&FW), Government of India (GOI). The project is spearheaded by MoH&FW in association with National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Government of India and aims at bringing Cancer Care to towns and villages in India where such services are lacking. This is achieved by connecting Regional Cancer Centres, equipped with best cancer treatment facilities and dedicated doctors and healthcare professionals, with various Government Hospitals such as District hospitals, Taluk hospitals, etc. which are designated as peripheral cancer treatment delivery points (PCCs) using advanced Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs). Such designated PCCs shall act as “virtual” extension of the RCCs using telemedicine tools and Information and Communication Technologies. Thus, cancer patients in places far away from the RCCs shall avail, by visiting the nearest OncoNET centre manned by a doctor and a assistant at PCC, consultation services with specialists of the RCC using OncoNET telemedicine software. It is envisages that this will save patients time, effort and money that otherwise they need to incur in traveling long distances to reach RCCs to avail consultation, early detection, management and treatment follow-up , as well as various other uncertainty aspects.

Reference http://onconet.nic.in/
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