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Major changes in India's medical education

India would be witnessing major changes in its medical education and healthcare sector in next couple of years, according to the renowned cardiac surgeon Devi Shetty who also gave a call for
technology-enabled solutions for addressing pressing health issues.

Delivering a key note address at the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) Dr. Devi Shetty reportedly said that the next big thing in  the domain of health care is not "magic pill" or ay new operation but it would be information technology.

Shetty reportedly added that the current Narendra Modi led government has been quite progressive and one can see major changes in the field of medical education and healthcare.  He also stated that India needs 3 million new doctors as well as 6 million nurses today and spoke
about the need for a global university in the field of medical nursing and para-medical education.

Shetty stressed that cost of medical education should come down significantly where even children from poor families could become doctor and change the way they can deliver healthcare.
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