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The world’s most populous democracy’s health landscape is witnessing widespread tectonic shifts in its every swathe. The forthcoming biggest ever health protection plan in the world, ever-increasing role of artificial intelligence, rationalization of costs of expensive devices, the emergence of first ever AI fired Ayurveda protocol etc. are among such developments which mirror rapid shifts.

An innovative Pan-India health scheme will be unveiled as announced by the PM Narendra Modi from Ramparts of the Red Fort on Independence Day on 25th September, the birth anniversary of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya. Pradhanmantri Jan Arogya Abhiyan would also go operational– it is set to get common man free treatment for serious diseases. The Pradhanmantri Jan Arogya Abhiyan and Ayushman Bharat Yojana will cover 10 crore families with a provision of 5 lakh rupees per annum health assurance for each family. It will also open new avenues of employment in the health sector for youth especially from middle-class families. New hospitals will be built in the tier-2 and tier-3 cities. They will require medical staff in large numbers. Such a gigantic plan will bring forth radical changes.

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We, at InnoHEALTH Magazine, are confident to play a major role in highlighting the scheme for the benefit of various stakeholders – may it be public hospitals, private entities or the patients. In view of bringing focus on a slew of issues, which are constantly in debate among the medical fraternity members, our magazine aims to focus on diagnostic tools in the field of treatment through this issue.

In the global business scenario, now a witness to major changes due to growing political reasons, Trade tariffs, and Tax structure is bound to be affected badly by such developments. So, we are trying to keep the close watch on medical diagnostic tools, medicines price tags and a torrent of new diseases caused by current lifestyles. We had a discussion with Dr. Arvind Lal whose internationally famed pathology labs provide deep insight into disciplines of pathological tests and precise examination of diseases.

Since time immemorial, India is known worldwide for its ancient traditional medicines, but it is for the first time that a new protocol on Ayurveda medicines has been scripted. The AYUSH Ministry is closely studying the same while exploring ways for its effective usage. The protocol has been prepared on the basis of AI (Artificial Intelligence). In the current edition, we are also publishing a detailed report on AI that is making remarkable forays in the field.

As the old age is a natural phenomenon and each one of us has to face this stark reality, we have tried to rivet our eyes to problems afflicting the old people both socially and medically. The world is observing International Day for Older Persons on 1st October, so the topic gains more relevance.

Interesting stories list is unending and some of these are: A Consequence of Modern Day Living – Burnout; Fairy tales of Nanoparticles from Iceland to Jamia Millia Islamia; AI Engraving Footprints on Healthcare Transcontinental Canvas; National center for ageing coming in New Delhi; Lonely people run the risk of dying early; Low back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide; Religious people live four years longer than atheists; A study has unknotted long-term impact of stroke; etc. In addition to these, we are also publishing a host of latest researches which gives scientific explanations of many usual occurrences in human beings.

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