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Titbits on Global Health Care 2017

Titbits on Global Health Care 2017 Global health care expenditures are projected to reach $8.7 trillion by 2020 driven by improving treatments in therapeutic areas (TA) coupled with rising labor costs and increased life expectancy. Communicable diseases are an ongoing threat. HIV-AIDS continues to affect 36.9 million people worldwide, with around 70% of them living in Sub-Sahara Africa. The Zika…
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Health Care - THE NEWS LETTER

Digital Health: Augmented Reality will enhance the medical procedures 21st-century technology revolutionized Healthcare Industry, paving its way in Augmented Reality & interactive Virtual Reality (VR) to revamp healthcare education and radiology. Recent technology advancement shows how augmented reality can enable faster operations and better care. It can aid in medical education by training physicians without dissecting a cadaver, an interactive…
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Backup Storage Solution is the Backbone of Cloud Storage

Author: Rohit Bindroo
The notion of Cloud Storage was originally sowed in early 1960 but it was introduced in 2006 by Amazon Web Services. The means of Storing data in an Enterprise have been changed over few decades. These changes of storage had been seen because of intensifying corporate digital data and their stipulate for more storage at least cost with least maintenance.…
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Experiential Marketing — Key to win Customers

Author: Ashwini Kamat
Ever noticed a fruit seller offering a slice of watermelon or a mango to taste before buying it? Or have u been on a test drive in your favourite car you wish to buy Or smelt the aroma of Bru Coffee on a newspaper? Yes! Am pretty sure most of us have witnessed one or two such instances which prompted…
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Quantitative Vs Qualitative Research – Which is better for Decision Making?

Author: Rajdeep Shill
Most of the people who are slightly snobby when it comes to research would say that quantitative research is much more scientific and therefore much better, satisfactory than qualitative research. Quantitative research is the factual investigation of the research question using scientific methods. The results assembled are numerical, and can therefore be evaluated statistically to answer the hypothesis.  Qualitative research…
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