Saptarshi Purkayastha

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Developing countries represent the fastest growing mobile markets in the world. For people with no computing access, a mobile will be their first computing device. Mobile technologies offer a significant potential to strengthen health systems in developing countries with respect to community based monitoring, reporting, feedback to service providers, and(More)
OBJECTIVE To share how an effectual merging of local and online networks in low resource regions can supplement and strengthen the local practice of patient centered care through the use of an online digital infrastructure powered by all stakeholders in healthcare. User Driven Health Care offers the dynamic integration of patient values and evidence based(More)
BACKGROUND Mobile health (mHealth) has the potential to solve human resource issues in the health care sector. mHealth is of particular interest in developing countries, where widespread mobile networks and access to devices are connecting people like never before. OBJECTIVE The aim of this paper was to review published and unpublished literature, field(More)
S. Purkayastha1, A. Price2, R. Biswas3, Jai Ganesh A.U.4, P. Otero5* 1 Department of Bio Health Informatics, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 2 Department of Primary Health Care Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford UK 3 Department of Medicine, LN Medical College and Research Center, Bhopal, India 4 Sri Sathya Sai Central(More)
BACKGROUND Multiple specialized electronic medical systems are utilized in the health enterprise. Each of these systems has their own user management, authentication and authorization process, which makes it a complex web for navigation and use without a coherent process workflow. Users often have to remember multiple passwords, login/logout between systems(More)