Principles and Fundamental Concepts of Basic accounting

With the advent of GST, the demand for Accounting and Taxation roles across the industries is evolving at a rapid pace. Companies are becoming increasingly reliant on software programs to meet their technical job requirements.  If you are a fresher (HSC or Commerce degree pass out) and looking to start for an Business Accounting career. You would be probably looking out for jobs like:   Accounts Assistant Accountant Accounts Manager Manager/Sr. Manager DGM/GM   Although you have ventured into the Commerce Stream expecting for a bright career and decent career prospects, the tough job market can be a stumbling block in the paths of your success. if you are looking for immediate job opportunities after 12th or Graduation, then you’ll need an Business Accounting course will definitely develop...

Re: Understanding the Blockchain


good primer. check my blogs Simplified Analytics: Bitcoin and Blockchain – Digital Future…  Simplified Analytics: Blockchain disrupting many industries !! 

Nearly Half of Physicians are Not Aware of Blockchain Technology


A survey conducted by SERMO, a physician polling network, of 3,700 physicians across the globe found that nearly half (47 percent) of polled physicians said that they were not aware of blockchain technology. Physicians were asked: “Is blockchain technology ready to enter the healthcare world?” A quarter of physicians (25 percent) responded yes, 28 percent responded no and 47 percent said they weren’t aware of the technology. In the U.S., about 19 percent of physicians said the healthcare industry was ready for blockchain, 32 percent said no and 49 percent said they were not aware of the technology. In some countries, physicians had more positive responses to blockchain technology. In Brazil, Russia, Turkey and India, about half of physicians who participated in the survey said that healthc...

Understanding the Blockchain


What is a Blockchain?A Blockchain is a distributed database that handles a rigorous list of records, (termed as blocks), safe from tampering. Blockchain public ledgers record transactions between two parties in a verifiable and permanent manner. Blockchain’s design is secure with distributed computing system obeying fault tolerance. Blockchain records, documents, events, identity management, management activities, medical records, and transaction processing. Join Blockchain Training and become proficient in mastering Blockchain Technology. The origination of the blockchain made it the primary digital currency far away from the central server. This design later turned as an inspiration for other applications. Architecture of Blockchain Important design aspects in the architecture of a Block...

Re: Disadvantage of Blockchain in Healthcare ?


I came across an interesting answer, would be glad to come across any other contrarion or complimentary views. This occurs outside of blockchain as well in the context of a “break the glass” scenario   If blockchain is used to manage patient privacy (it doesn’t have to be used this way … it depends on the use case(s)) then how can a break the glass scenario be handled. This in turn may also depend on legal aspects, for example if I as a patient consent to my wife being able to make these kinds of decisions and record that on blockchain then does that stand up in a court of law. Can an ER doctor have special override privileges to “break the glass” if there is no family caregiver present? A...

Blockchain for Elder Care


I  am working on developing a whitepaper for creating a Blockchain ecosystem for Home care/ Elder. Need to connect with peers who are already working towards this and maybe Collaborate.   (By 2030, older persons will outnumber children aged 0-9 years (1.4 billion versus 1.3 billion); by 2050, there will be more people aged 60 years or over than adolescents and youth aged 10-24 years (2.1 billion versus 2.0 billion) – UN.   Source : Hindustan Times 

AI technology capabilities and trends


  What are some of the technology capabilities and trends driving AI evolution in the life sciences?   Specifically, what are the newer and also key trends and drivers affecting development efforts and capabilities and then actual use of AI in the life sciences? In the end, it’s AI’s transformation in how we do things, being more effective, by costs, results and resources committed. For AI (or any other new tech) to gain bigger, large scale traction, a half order or more in improvement is needed for likely user acceptance in the task at hand. Validation by example is needed as well. Who would likely do that? How? Especially the why? Finally, where would one find the biggest drivers, the consumer draw – be it an individual or a group up to a large firm or institu...

Adoption of Wearables – the future


Real, granular adoption by and through the people – how exactly does that happen?Are we all really going to use wearables? Patches? All of that? Enter the data?  That’s the big demographic question. The latter implies issues of heterogeneity – the poor won’t do it? Will they trade patches, devices? Can numbers be grossly manipulated? Who initiates all of this? The government? Insurance firms? Do we start with hospitals? One type of area? Illness? Prevention? A demographic? Who controls and manages this all as we go for adoption? Will this be standardized? By the government, insurance companies?  How do we get this all started? Like big time.

Opportunities & Challenges for wearables


One of the key opportunities of wearables, sensors and other devices is the effortless capturing of detailed longitudinal healthcare data to monitor individuals’ progress.These massive amounts of generated data has the potential to improve insights into health risks, outcomes, performance and to take prescriptive actions. All the amount of information collected on individuals, patients or not, can offer an unprecedented potential to generate insights into human behaviour, clinical decision support, disease surveillance, and population health management.One of the current key challenges is, that this generated information lives in silos outside the healthcare system and is non-actionable. So the already discussed standardization and integration remains a key barrier. Transforming wearables ...