Abid Butt

Title: Telemedicine {Cloud Based EMR} Adaptability and Acceptability

Abstract

The overall health care statistics in developing countries shows a reflection of negligence and lack of support from the public and private sector. The age-old manual system in availing and monitoring the patient must be upgraded by using the Cloud-Technology. The recent advantage in the telecom & wireless infrastructure of these countries can be utilized to lift-up the health care services. The data/voice communication channels had opened up a huge pool of opportunity for every sector of society to benefit from it.
“A study on the adaptability and acceptability of the concept of Telemedicine by medical professionals”

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Abid Butt

Chief Information Officer - CIO Arab Open University, - www.arabou.edu.kw

Biography

A Senior Operation & Management Professional, with MBA qualification, having over 25 years of rich and extensive experience, including over 8 years of International (USA, Kuwait) tenure. Currently Managing and transforming Technology units of multiple sectors including Telecom, Finance, Academic, Pharma, and FMCG, currently working as Chief Information Officer – CIO for a Pan Arab organization in Kuwait.
Managed and guided Cross Cultural teams across the Gulf region in implementing change management process. In-depth knowledge of complete echo-system for IT domain, including Infrastructure issues, Business application development, and Security systems. My overall involvement established a productive environment with an outstanding benefit to organizations.

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