“Cardiologists in India are performing complex procedures like angioplasty, bypass surgeries, valve
replacements and even heart transplants with great results. As a matter of fact, 25% to 30% of the doctors
in England and 50% from American Medical Associations belong to the Indian subcontinent,” says Dr.
DB Pahlajani about medical advancement in India
“There must be an easier way for doctors to give guidance in the future because demand from patients
will rise tremendously. Patients from the Middle East also communicate with me via email.”
“Even doctors can be immensely benefited by webinars and webcasts which make communication with
several experts from across the world possible. Even major conferences happening in the big cities can be
attended remotely without having to travel all the way.”
“Modern technology can be used to impart knowledge globally. Cardiological Society of India will have
its maiden webcast in September, 2016 for the second cardiac prevents congress at Delhi. Webcast and
webinars are also an effective tool for public education,” says Dr. Amal Banerjee on the role of
technology in taking healthcare forward.