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Next digital revolution will be in the field of health

In the last two-three years since the launch of various initiatives like 'Digital India', India has become the country providing the cheapest mobile internet in the world. Following the footsteps of digital banking, Fintech and digital retail, the next digital revolution will be the healthcare sector.

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Pune, Mar 15 In the last two-three years since the launch of various initiatives like 'Digital India', India has become the country providing the cheapest mobile internet in the world. Following the footsteps of digital banking, Fintech and digital retail, the next digital revolution will be the healthcare sector.

Many health check-ups and other services with the help of digital platforms will be possible to be delivered in a more efficient and convenient way. In the next two-and-a-half years, we will see a huge increase in digital health services,' said Dr. Prashant Pansare.

Dr. Pansare, who is an entrepreneur and a data science expert, was speaking on Monday (March 14) at the 4th Foundation Day program of D Y Patil International University (DYPIU). Vice Chancellor of 'DYPIU' Prof. Prabhat Ranjan, D. Y. Patil Pratishthan's Trustee Tejas Patil,

D. Y. Patil Education Complex' Campus Director Dr. Neeraj Vyavahare and DYPIU's registrar Dr Mukesh Parashar were also present on the occasion.

Pansare said, "In the past couple of years, Covid has given birth to many new digital concepts in the challenging situation that we have faced and we have experienced their practical advantages. This is the outcome of innovation. We have witnessed the journey from 'physical' to 'virtual' via digital and the transition that has taken place through it.

Not only technology, but our lifestyle has also changed drastically during the past couple of years. Various digital payment platforms used by Fintech firms and numerous people across the country are a living example of this. In the last one and a half years, the number of transactions made by Indians through digital payment platforms like Google Pay has reached a staggering 44 billion, Pansare said.

In his welcome address, Prof. Prabhat Ranjan (Vice Chancellor, DYPIU) said, "Since its inception as an educational institution, DYPIU has taken a host of initiatives and brought a new stream of education in the country. Several of our initiatives have been supported by national education bodies like AICTE. The education sector will continue to play an important role in advancing research and development through digital technology."

Various prizes were also distributed to the meritorious students on the occasion.

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