Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are rapidly changing the way medicine and healthcare are practised, researched, studied and even taught. The domain of Digital Health has become the main area of exciting innovations and developments in medicine and healthcare. Consequently, Digital Health specialists will be among some of the most demanded professionals in the coming years and decades.
Indian health tech startups raised $2.2 Bn in funding across 131 deals in 2021. The health-tech sector’s exponential growth is driven by increasing internet penetration and rising investor interest. COVID-19 pandemic played the biggest role in giving a digital push to the sector as more and more people explored alternatives in the digital space to get their health services delivered – from medicines to teleconsultations.
The M.Tech program in Digital Health and Innovation is designed to implement emerging technologies to refine healthcare services across the globe. The program focuses on academic literature from industry experts, based on real-world scenarios so that students have both the knowledge and real-time skills needed to further innovate the industry.
ADYPU NUOVOS has partnered with the Wales Institute of Digital Information as an exclusive partner for the Digital Health and Innovation program. It will allow students access to their expertise to further accelerate their careers in the sector. Students will develop the right frame of mind when they are exposed to a parallel perspective from the global industry experts and provide students with the perfect opportunity for students to understand the global health care industry better.
Candidates having at least 50% aggregate in BE/B.Tech in ECE/IT/EEE/CSE/ISE/TE or MCA or MS in CS/IS/IT or Mathematics from any recognised University/Institution or AMIE or any other equivalent qualification. Must have valid score in ADYPU NUOVOS PGAT or GATE
We will attempt to balance five basic elements of education:
The aim of the M.TECH in Digital Health and Innovation is to enable students to: