Medical Transcription Is Back In The Pink
It was almost a cottage
industry in the 90's, only to lose steam in 2000. But if you though
the medical transcription (MT) industry in India is history, think
again. Latest studies reveal that it is raring to take off yet again.
And this time, the future is well chalked out...
$250 Mn In Infrastructure, Healthcare
Company (GE) is investing $ 250 million in infrastructure and
healthcare projects in India and expanding its industrial and
financial presence in the country. Infrastructure projects are at the
top of GE's agenda in India. In November 2005, GE announced it was
reinvesting all of its proceeds from settlement of the Dabhol Power
project - Valued at US $ 145 million in Indian infrastructure projects
and in equity stakes of projects sponsored by GE's strategic
Looking To Cut Costs In Medical Transcriptions'
After a sharp decline
in business in early 2000, Medical Transcription (MT) sector is once
again looking at high growth worldwide. The American Association of
Medical Transcription (AAMT), one of the world's largest association
of medical transcriptionists, is actively working to establish global
quality standards in MT. Peter Preziosi, executive director, AAMT,
speaks to Sujata Dutta Sachdeva about the trends and the new
Medicure Acquires US Company
Poly Medicure Limited,
manufacturers of health medical devices and disposables under the
brand name, Polymed, has acquired US Safety Syringes, a US company to
enter the US health disposables market...