Diagnozing Technology's Impact in Medical Practices

Diagnozing Technology's Impact in Medical Practices

Anubhav Sukhwani, Vice President - CK Birla Hospitals, India, 0

Anubhav Sukhwani is the Vice President of CK Birla Hospitals (India) and has over 20 years of experience in healthcare operations, strategy, healthcare management, food and beverage, cinema, and retail (setup and operations). Anubhav completed a postgraduate degree in International Hospitality Management from Cesar Ritz College in Brig, Switzerland. He is in charge of CK Birla Healthcare's hospital operations at RBH, Jaipur.

Rukmani Birla Hospital (RBH) is one of the best multi-specialty hospitals in the state that provides best in class treatment. It is recognized as one of the best hospitals in Rajasthan. We have a team of specialized Clinicians and Healthcare professionals who are always ready to cater the needs of patients. An RBH patientdoes not have to worry about testing for which we have an in house diagnostic center. Our facility is known for its well established Department of Cardiology, Neurology, Gynecology, Nephrology, Urology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics and many more. Each Department has a specialized team who is always ready to take care of the patients round the clock.

What do you think is the role of technology in the ever-evolving field of medical science and healthcare?
Technology is changing every aspect of our lives including the ever-evolving world of medicine. It has enabled physicians to collect data in a more structured and methodical way, explores different treatment methods, and finds new tools to practice medicine. Roboticsis making surgeries more effective and digital dispensation has made it easier to fill and update prescriptions with the right dosage. Doctor- Patient communication has improved significantly – both through education (as doctors can use tools and 3D images to show patients what’s happening) and through Telehealth (as it’s never been easier for patients to see specialists through video calls)

What are some medical advancements introduced by Rukmani Birla hospital or CK Birla Hospitals?
RBH and CK Birla Hospitals are both state-of-the-art medical facilities that have introduced several medical advancements in various fields. Here are some examples of medical advancements introduced by these hospitals:

1.Robotic Surgery: RBH is working on Robotic driven Surgeries in order to perform complex procedures with greater precision, less pain, and faster recovery time in select specialties such as Urology, Gynecology, Surgical Oncology.

2.Minimally Invasive Surgery:RBHis equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and technology that enable our Clinicians to perform minimally invasive surgeries, which are less invasive and offer faster recovery times in CTVS.

3.Advanced Imaging Technology: RBH has introduced advanced imaging technology, including 3T MRI. These imaging techniques allow doctors to diagnose and treat diseases with greater accuracy and precision.

4.Advanced Cancer Treatment: We are in process of establishing a Cancer Treatment Center that offers advanced care options such as Chemotherapy, Surgical oncology We are also working on onboarding team of highly skilled oncologists who provide personalized care to cancer patients.

5.Precision Medicine: A personalized approach to healthcare that takes into account a patient's unique genetic makeup, lifestyle, and environmental factors to provide tailored treatment plans.
4.Talk about accomplishments or standout service(s) available at the hospital, could be a line of treatment or a technology implemented or a machinedevice that is helping with accuracy of diagnosis and treatment?
Here are many accomplishments and standout services available at hospitals today that are making a significant impact on patient care. Here are a few examples:

1.Telemedicine: Telemedicine is a technology that allows doctors and patients to connect remotely using video conferencing and other digital tools. This technology has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it allows patients in remote or underserved areas to receive care from specialists who may be located hundreds of miles away.

Overall, these and many other accomplishments and standout services available at hospitals are improving patient outcomes and transforming the way healthcare is delivered. As technology continues to evolve, we can expect even more breakthroughs in the years to come

2.In addition to these advanced technologies, we are offering specialized treatments and therapies for specific conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, and neurological disorders, Spine disorder. These services often involve a multidisciplinary team of specialists, including doctors, nurses, and therapists, who work together to develop customized treatment plans for each patient.

3.Creating center of excellence across most specialties with the help of expert clinical care & Technology with world class infrastructure of Modular OT, Cath lab.

Overall, these and many other accomplishments and standout services available at hospitals are improving patient outcomes and transforming the way healthcare is delivered. As technology continues to evolve, we can expect even more breakthroughs in the years to come.

5.How do you see the future of healthcare in the post Covid-era? What is needed to get prepared for such a crisis?
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted several weaknesses in the healthcare systems worldwide, and it is expected that it will have a significant impact on the future of healthcare.

1.Increased use of telemedicine: During the pandemic, the use of telemedicine increased significantly. Healthcare providers had to find new ways to deliver care remotely to reduce the risk of exposure. This trend is expected to continue as it can improve access to care, reduce costs, and provide convenience for patients.

2.Increased investment in public health: The pandemic exposed the importance of public health infrastructure and preparedness. Countries are expected to increase investment in public health infrastructure and systems to prevent future outbreaks.

3.Improved data management and analysis: The pandemic highlighted the need for accurate and timely data to make informed decisions. Healthcare systems are expected to invest in better data management and analysis to track diseases, monitor outbreaks, and allocate resources more efficiently.

4.Increased focus on preparedness and resilience: The pandemic helped healthcare systems identify the opportunities of improvement across the world, and it is expected that healthcare systems will increase their focus on preparedness and resilience to better manage future crises.

5.Government & Private sector have to work hand in hand for better care & Facilities’ to the Patients