Digital health uses information and communication technologies to generate knowledge and transform health-related data to information that can be collected, shared and used to improve health and healthcare outcomes. The broad scope of digital health includes categories such as mobile health (mHealth), health information technology (IT), wearable devices, telehealth and telemedicine, and personalized medicine. The digital tools provide a more holistic view of patient health through access to data and give patients more control over their health.
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The institution’s reputation and pre-eminence consistently feature it in global university rankings. The institution has been home to distinguished alumni who have had noteworthy academic and industry positions around the globe.
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The Digital Health market in India is estimated to reach INR 485.43 Bn by 2024, expanding at a compound annual growth rate of ~27% during the 2019-2024 period. ~Research and Markets
Accordingly, adoption of digital tools has grown significantly among all physicians regardless of gender, speciality or age. Adoption of remote care tools such as tele-visits and remote monitoring have become significant. Awareness of most of the emerging technologies such as artificial or augmented intelligence is fairly high.
India is at the cusp of a ‘digital health’ revolution and is poised to create new milestones. By 2022, the healthcare market will potentially have a worth of $370 Bn, promising returns up to 35-40%, according to several investors. Currently, there are nearly 4,892 start-ups in the Indian health-tech space. These digital health start-ups are bringing novel technologies such as wearable tech, telemedicine, genomics and artificial intelligence to the Indian healthcare system. These provide a vast backdrop for solutions as they go well beyond a specific disease, therapeutic area, geography, type of product and service or business model. All this indicates that digital health is here to stay.
COVID-19 could spur a paradigm shift in how patients receive treatment, moving from traditional in-office treatment to eVisits, telehealth and remote monitoring. Acceleration in adoption of digital tools can provide more effective and safer ways of addressing health and wellness.
Digitization is impacting the medical industry like never before. AI and Machine Learning are taking this field to a new level.
Medical professionals and caregivers are being encouraged to utilize datasets to extract clinically relevant information for patient diagnosis, drug development, precision treatment and more. Accordingly Data Science has created profound uses in Healthcare, which early adopters can capitalize in the future.
Digital Health Professionals working on eHealth, mHealth, Telehealth, Medical Imaging, Medical Devices, Signal Processing, Health Monitoring, Data Communication, BioTech, MedTech and more using cutting-edge technology like AI, Machine Learning, Analytics, and IoT.
For medical professionals, the programme enables
Digital Health and Imaging solutions are the biggest beneficiaries of Data Science, AI and Machine Learning. From saving lives to cutting down costs, data science has a huge role to play in the healthcare system. Take a look at some of the important use cases in healthcare.
Improve Diagnostic Accuracy:According to the recent research by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, about 5 percent of adult patients are misdiagnosed each year in the US continent that causes approximately 10 percent of patient deaths. Targeting this problem, a deep learning startup, Enlitic, built a deep learning algorithm that reads imaging data (such as x-rays, CT scans, etc.), and analyzes it, checks the given results against an extensive database of clinical reports and laboratory studies. This way the company could deliver up to 70 percent more accurate results, 50,000 times faster
Advanced pharmaceutical research to find cure for cancer:Being one of the most common and most deadly diseases, cancer has been a regular subject of scientific research. A Boston healthcare startup, BERG Health, reshapes the cancer medication market through extensive use of data science. Using powerful machine learning algorithms the company extracts and analyzes biological samples from over 1,000 patients in one go. The company has developed BPM 31510, the drug, that detects and triggers the natural death of cells damaged by the disease. Thus, the cancer cells can be removed from the human body naturally, without extensive medication and further damage to the patient’s health. While the drug is still being carefully tested, it gives us a clear understanding of the transformation potential that Data Science and deep technologies can provide to the pharmaceutical industry.
Taking the risk out of prescription medicine:MedAware, aims to eliminate prescription errors. The company claims that it has tools to help hospitals save up to $5.6 million, not to mention the reduced risk of lethal outcomes. A self-learning software system, provided by MedAware, checks all prescriptions against similar cases in the database and informs the doctor when the prescription contains any deviations from the typical treatment plan.
Disease Prevention:Omada Health is a digital therapeutics company that uses smart devices to create personalized behavior plans and online coaching to help prevent chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.
And there are many such organizations who have opened up new opportunities using Data Science and Deep Learning for better healthcare.
Advanced Certificate in Digital Health and Imaging:This is an advanced certification, ideal for participants with exposure to programming, especially those who have a decent understanding of the Python language.
Certificate in Digital Health: This is a basic certification delivered over a span of 2 months for participants with no exposure to programming.
Yes, here are the broad differences.
|Certificate in Digital Health||Advanced Certificate in AI for Digital Health and Imaging|
|Duration||2 Months||6 Months|
|Format||Faculty-led Interactive Live Classes||Faculty-led Interactive Live Classes|
|Fee||₹100,000 + GST||Rs. 2,40,000 + GST|
|Coding Experience||Not required||Required|
|Eligibility||Education: Bachelors (4 years or equivalent) or Masters in Science/Engineering/Medicine/Pharmacy/Management
Work Experience: Relevant experience of 1 year
|Education: Bachelors (4 years equivalent) or Masters in Science/Engineering/Medicine/Pharmacy/Management
Work Experience: Relevant experience of 1 year
As an Institution of Eminence, IISc enjoys considerable autonomy. Certificate programs offered by the institution to working professionals, such as this program, are governed and fully approved by the IISc Centre for Continuing Education. The program complies with all the relevant regulations applicable.
A Professor at the Department of Computational and Data Sciences, IISc. and a Faculty Associate for Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences and Convenor for Medical Imaging Group, CDS at IISc. Subject expert in Computational methods in Medical Imaging, Medical Image Processing, and Physiological Signal Processing.
Assistant Professor at the Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics, IISc. His prior experience is with companies like Shell Technology Center, and iThera Medical-Munich. His key research areas include: Optical/Optoacoustic Imaging and Multi-Modal Imaging Systems.
Professor at Department of Computer Science and Automation, an IIT Madras and IISc alumni. His research interests include statistical network analysis, network representation learning, spectral graph methods, machine learning in low data regime, sequential decision-making under uncertainty and deep reinforcement learning.
A Professor in Computational and Data Sciences, IISc. He has held postdoctoral positions at Universities across Europe and worked in industry before taking active interest in academics. His research interests include: Signal Processing, Compression, Machine Vision, Image/Video Processing, Pattern Recognition and Multimedia.
Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering, IISc. His research areas include: Signal Processing, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Neuroscience with applications to Robust Speech Recognition, Speech Enhancement, Speech Coding and Audio Analytics including Biometrics.
An Associate Professor at the Department of Computational and Data Sciences, IISc. His research interests include: Temporal Graphs: Abstractions, Platforms and Algorithms, Edge Computing and Storage & Scalable Data Management and Analytics for Science and Engineering.
Given the current crisis due to Covid-19, we understand that participants may have a challenge with cash flows. In order to enhance the programme fee payment flexibility, we have increased the tenure of our interest-free (0% EMI) loans. As a result of this, your financial burden gets reduced. You may contact your Relationship Manager for more details.
You will need the following infrastructure to access our platform:
Device: A Desktop/Laptop/Tablet/Smartphone with camera and mic.
Internet: A regular broadband/wifi connection or a mobile 4G connection
Note: Proctored online assessments can be taken only on a Desktop/Laptop with a web camera and mic (not allowed on tablets/smartphones).
Groups can conveniently connect among themselves at an appointed time for group work, outside the online classes. This feature comes in handy during group activities and projects.
Students can also use the platform 24 x 7 to engage and learn from their peers using our interactive discussion forums available under each course of the programme.
Our platform also has the provision of group-specific discussion forums for offline discussion among the group members.
Our recorded videos have Digital Health and Imaging Table of Content (TOC) to help easy and smart navigation within the videos. Students can click on the items under TOC to directly jump to the relevant section in a video. Video archives also have a Phrase Cloud of keywords/phrases used in the video. Students can click on a particular keyword/phrase to find yellow markers, indicating the points where the selected keyword/phrase was covered on the video timeline.
IISc Bangalore conducts the selection process for the programme. Candidates will be selected based on the details of education, work experience and motivation submitted by you along with your application.
Candidates must have completed their graduation or post-graduation with at least 50% marks and relevant experience of at least 1 years
Participants who are not holding an Indian Passport or are not residing in India will be considered as an International Participant.
Yes, the programme fee can be paid in 18-month interest-free instalments.
|Details||Domestic Participants||International Participants|
No, the application fee is non-refundable.
No, the application fee is non-refundable.
Building deep-tech expertise is an absolute necessity for professionals in this fast-changing world that is constantly disrupted by technology.
Professionals have multiple options for funding.
Based on our experience in enabling 3000 professionals who have participated in our executive programs, self-funding seemed to be the most preferred option with over 80% choosing this.
Three key reasons why professionals opt for it:
We have also observed that the commitment levels were higher among self-funding participants.
Module-1: Digital Health: Introduction
Pre-requisites: Understanding of Digital Technology
Module-2: Wearable Devices and Physiological Signal Processing
Pre-requisites: Basics of Signals & Systems, Basics of Fourier Transforms and Z-Transforms, Basics of Physiology.
Module-3: Machine Learning Basics for Real-world
Pre-requisites: Basic of Probability and Linear Algebra: Bayes Theorem, Random Variables, Expectation, Variance, Matrices, Inverse, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Module-4: Deep Learning in Digital Health
Pre-requisites: Basic Machine Learning that is part of Module 3
Module-5: Deep Learning in Imaging/Vision
Pre-requisites: Modules-1,2,3, and 4
Advanced Certificate in Digital Health and Imaging
Best Suited for Professionals having Basic Technology Skills
Certificate in Digital Health
Best Suited for Professionals with Medical & Pharma background
Interactive Live Online Classes
Interactive Live Online Classes
Programme Fee: Rs. 2.4L + GST
Scholarship: ₹72,000 (Early bird Scholarship)
EMI: 24-Month 0% EMI (₹8,260/Month)
Programme Fee: Rs. 1.2L + GST
Scholarship: ₹20,000 (Early bird Scholarship)
EMI: 24-Month 0% EMI (₹4,916/Month)
The online sessions will be held during the weekends, preferably Saturdays.
No placement assistance is provided to the participants. This programme caters to working professionals who aspire to hone their skills to better adapt and grow in the constantly evolving Digital Health and Imaging sector.
The programme will be delivered through faculty-led interctive live sessions on TalentSprint’s direct to device platform.
All reading material (pre/post session) will be shared regularly through the Online Learning Management System.
Batch 7 starts on September 30, 2023.
The total duration of the programme is 6 months, excluding Key Takeaways.
A certificate of successful completion is provided upon completion of all requirements of the programme. All examinations and evaluations related to the certification are carried out by IISc Bangalore.
The batch will consist of 50 participants.
All sessions are conducted by IISc Bangalore faculty. Industry experts may be invited for sharing their valuable experience.
Do not worry. In case you miss a session, you will be given access to view the recorded version of the session within a specified timeframe.
Yes, minimum of 67% attendance for the program is mandatory to earn the completion certificate or participation certificate.
An internet-connected device, Computer/Laptop/Tablet/Smartphone, is enough to access the platform.
Web-camera and Mic with necessary power backup will be needed for proctored online assessments.
All participants are required to execute, before the start of the program, an agreement that consists of the standard Program Terms and Conditions. It has the following components:
IISc (Indian Institute of Science) is India's foremost academic institution for the pursuit of excellence in higher education & research. It offers world-class education in science, engineering, design, and management. IISc became a deemed university in 1958. It is one of the first six institutes to be awarded the Institute of Eminence status. The alumni of this Institute hold significant academic and industry positions around the globe. For more information visit iisc.ac.in
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