Boosting military healthcare with AI, telemedicine | News World

India’s Armed Forces Medical Services is beefing up its digital capabilities to address the pressing health challenges of soldiers and their families.

Since the start of the year, it has entered into multiple research collaborations with the Indian Institute of Technology in Hyderabad, Delhi, Kanpur, and Roorkee to develop digital technologies, particularly diagnosis AI models and medical devices for remote care.

Through these partnerships, it is also exploring opportunities to harness robotics and nanotechnology in healthcare delivery and enable drone-based patient transport. 

Meanwhile, the Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, AFMS’s main training institution, has become the pilot site of a telehealth collaboration between the Ministry of Defence and the  ​Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Over two years, it will operate a special cell of Tele-MANAS, the Health ministry’s national telemental health helpline, to provide round-the-clock access to mental healthcare for…


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