Part two of my four part series where I try to explore the possibility of mHealth in Nepal. This deals with the barriers concerning standards and interoperability in mHealth. The following are some of the concept we discussed in online class, and google group. I think this is very reasonable to developing countries like Nepal. Most of the barriers are specifically from mHealth Africa, but I have here tried to include my nepali perspective as well. Here are few of the barriers that I think I see in Nepal concerning standards and interoperability on mHealth.
I was fortunate enough to be a part of ten volunteers at a conference this past week. This was a specialist conference in medicine, and most of the attendees were prominent Nepali clinicians. I had a good opportunity to see these faces for the first time, and this post is dedicated to these heroes fromContinue reading “experience at medical (specialist) conference”
prefix There are 18 medical college in Nepal, and five more are in paper works. Most have around 60 – 100 students enrollment for MBBS education every year. This is around 60 x 18 = 1080 (taking the minimum numbers) people applying to become a doctor. MBBS is Bachelor for Medicine and Surgery, compared toContinue reading “corruption – medical residency in nepal”