NSC brings digital health tech with global trends

Pakistan’s 1st National Scientific Congress (NSC) accomplished in Islamabad. The Congress was well acknowledged and appreciated by health practitioners, researchers, academicians, representatives from leading global tech companies and students who attended the two day digital health summit 2018.

NSC brings digital health tech with global trends

A number of sessions on National Scientific Congress trapped much of attention by participants including digital health summit, innovative medical practices and services, role of medical registries, database and workshop on meditational Safety in Healthcare.

Digital technology assembles healthcare easier to get in developing economies, more than ever to people living in remote areas. Examinations and tests can now be performed in areas with no running water or electricity, but a mobile signal, gratitude to digital technology.

In Pakistan the healthcare industry is preferably positioned to squeeze these technologies to address key medical needs of the populace.

The congress hosted corresponding sessions on innovation revolving around the use of latest technologies like robotics, cyber knife, soothing care, digital health etc.

At the same time, focused authorities held discussions on integration of different disciplines in order to improve patient and health care, and moving towards its application whereby striving to achieve the sustainable development goals of quality healthcare services in Pakistan.

Dr. Saeed Ullah Shah, convener of National Scientific Congress (NSC) said, the congress provided a unique learning platform to interact and collaborate with worldwide healthcare leaders and technology experts. He further said that NSC will continue its mission “till we meet again next year.”

Dr. Saeed Ullah Shah thanked all stakeholders, participants and the media for their support in making the first-ever NSC ‘National Scientific Congress’ a success.