• Bangalore
  • 29 August 2014
  • Features
  • By Mr Dinesh Chindarkar

Introduction to digital health

Mr Chindarkar holds a degree in Lifesciences and Pharmacy. He is the co-founder of MediaMedic Communications, a health brand communication and PR firm that specializes in Digital Solutions, and is a part of the GlobalHealthPR group.


Mr Dinesh Chindarkar, co-founder, MediaMedic Communications





The twentieth century was very typical and traditional. Though newer innovations ranging from penicillin and other drugs, to radio and television occurred within this century, it took a huge lag time for these innovations to penetrate. Especially in a vast country like India, it took further time. The radio took around 2 decades and so did the television. The telephone came in later, but took a good 10 to 15 years to reach households. The late 90s was when the Digital revolution was just initiated in Asia and the biggest thing it brought with it was the speed and pace of changes.


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