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Outsourcing of UK Hospital Records to India Opposed

...a machine. Audio files would then be emailed to be typed up by workers in the Philippines or India, where the average wage is a fraction of that paid to medical secretaries in Britain. Public service union Unison claimed that outsourcing such work by some hospital trusts had already led to mistakes with ...

Parkison’s Conquered Through Stem Cell Therap

... withdrawn, doctors said. Andrew Kisana himself typed his responses to queries on his laptop. "The successful recovery of the patient would give hope to scores of Parkinson's cases which affects one per cent of the population. The condition largely manifests in cases above 50 years, but there are younge...

Researchers Identify Cell Pathway in Colon Cancer

...ue into the center of the colon or rectum and when typed as “adenoma”, can become cancerous. The mortality rates have been declining, this in part due to earlier screenings, awareness of symptoms, removing polyps and improved treatments through advances in research discoveries. “The finding that STAT3 i...

Dengue and Chikungunya: The Dirge of a Nation

...timely treatment is provided. Dengue fever is sub- typed as Classical and Hemorrhagic. In the Classical type of fever the patients suffer from all the typical symptoms, but the mortality rate is very low. The Hemorrhagic fever or 'Shock Syndrome' is the severe variety, which could be fatal. The pat...

Dengue and Chikungunya: The Dirge of a Nation

...timely treatment is provided. Dengue fever is sub- typed as Classical and Hemorrhagic. In the Classical type of fever the patients suffer from all the typical symptoms, but the mortality rate is very low. The Hemorrhagic fever or 'Shock Syndrome' is the severe variety, which could be fatal. The pat...

Britain Hospital Staff Threatens Strike

...nagers went ahead with plans to have patient notes typed in India. Up to 100 staff in the Cornwall hospitals have been warned that they could be made compulsorily redundant if their work is outsourced to a private company, which is one of the options being considered by the hospital as it struggles to r...

Researchers Uncover Gene That Raises Risk for Type 1 Diabetes

... than 30,000 newborns in Colorado were genetically typed at birth through the Diabetes Autoimmunity Study in the Young (DAISY), a study led by Dr. Marian Rewers, clinical director of the Barbara Davis Center. Those with high risk HLA-DR and HLA-DQ genes were followed and monitored for the development of an...

Outsourcing Medical Records Risky: Unison

... alleged that medical records of patients that are typed outside the country have many errors that could cost the life of a patient. //Many NHS trusts are outsourcing the work to countries like India to save costs, the union said. However some typing errors like "hypertension", which means high blood pre...

Hospitals In U.K To Outsource Administrative Work To India

...y sending voice recordings over the internet to be typed up in India. Chief executive David Loughton expressing concern as to whether it would work or not, stated that they are looking into it and that the system will be tested for two months. He said that this would be an experiment to try and cut back o...

India Helps British Patients To Get Their Letters Typed

...st-effective system// is that the letters would be typed in less than a day, enabling the hospital trust to...step to cut its operating costs. Correspondence is typed in India and returned to the trust within 24 hours. The system is on trial for a month, but indica...

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