A 'Cognitive Healthcare System' is changing medical practices in remote areas

Many people in rural communities have a difficult time accessing crucial healthcare services. Project loT Vaidya (founded by engineering students in Pune, India) is a “cognitive healthcare system. It links rural patients with doctors using sensors and cloud technology.

We consulted doctors to get acquainted with the type of data they required for primary diagnosis of a patient. It’s my hope that this will prove useful not only in India, but in rural areas lacking basic health care throughout the world.

Read more about this winning project: http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/a-cognitive-healthcare-system-is-changing-medical-practices-in-remote-areas


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