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.
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Friday Read – The Great Leap in China, Stalingrad, Eritrea
Almost all of my good friends are out of Nepal, and right now with self-study, life is all about a cooping in my room, with books. Instead of bar, barbecue or cinema, life is more about books, Internet and sleep. No Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn for the moment. No emails or calendar utility in progress.Continue reading “Friday Read – The Great Leap in China, Stalingrad, Eritrea”
Growing up in Kathmandu has made me realize that I may soon succumb to a lung disease and die of cancer. If pollution does not kill me, the burgeoning population definitely will. Rampant mumbling and photo stalking in Social Network is not a big addiction. People every where are the same, and its only fairContinue reading “Information addiction”