More than being mere passive subscribers of data that is already available in public domains and scientific literature, treating clinicians should actively use their position to participate in the building of knowledge of cancer.
As the new-age healthcare delivery shifts from a physician-centered care to a patient-centered care model, second opinion or expert opinion is currently viewed as a smart approach to taking control of one’s care pathway.
While the Covid-19 pandemic continues to stress hospital systems, Karkinos Healthcare’s proprietary distributed cancer care network envisages the use of digital technology and resource distribution to provide highest quality care closest to the patient’s home.
In this exclusively compiled article for ETHealthWorld, Dr. Moni Abraham K., Co-Founder, Medical Director, Karkinos Kerala, and R Venkataramanan, Founder and CEO, Karkinos Healthcare, elaborate on how technology offers several advantages to address disparities in cancer care.
Decentralization has the potential to address some of the greatest challenges in cancer care that can directly result in better outcomes for citizens and patients, while simultaneously reducing the financial burden.
This strategic collaboration will enable continued innovation in cancer care with the goal of transforming cancer care in India and abroad.