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As the healthcare industry in India goes through an expansion spree and gears up to become the best-in-class, IT is increasingly being embraced and adopted by healthcare organisations. While for some organisations the motivation for IT implementation is propelled by intention to automate and modernize their functioning, many others are doing it simply to follow the fad.

Whatever the reason, ‘e’ has slowly started getting the better share of healthcare (although long awaited). However, the trend is quite new and very nascent, as compared to other countries. There is a clear crunch of adequately qualified and relevantly experienced IT manpower in this domain and so far it has not been smooth sailing for most organisations.

Among all this, people who are facing most of the brunt are those who are managing IT in healthcare organisations. While the coveted designation of Chief Information Officer (CIO) has quite smartly been adopted by some of the big players in the industry, to a large extent, it remains an ornamental position in the corporate structure, with limited authority and at times with just a shadow power. This issue emerges time and again during interactions with such people.

In reality, the corporate power centre remains with CEOs/COOs/CFOs, particularly when it comes to actual decision-making like IT budgeting, IT investments and in some extreme cases, even IT procurement and implementation. Often, IT plans proposed by CIOs are derailed by their better ‘Cs’ (if not by high-powered doctors with a strong clout and fan following within the organisation). Reasons would be anything starting from lack of funds, weak business case, internal resistance or many a time, just ignorance.

Quite evidently, there is a real need to rationalise the power play inside corporate boardrooms!

Healthcare is possibly among the most data-critical, information intensive and knowledge driven service sectors. Yet, for long, the industry (particularly in the Indian context) has been one of the slowest adopters of IT.

Currently, the IT penetration in Indian healthcare industry is way too small compared to global standards and according to industry analysts, it will be a while before the health IT market blossoms. However, there is a silver lining to this leading market research firms and IT industry experts have projected India among the fastest growing healthcare IT markets in Asia, following China.

Interestingly, the reason for such slow market growth for health IT and hospital automation solutions and services, is not solely due to lack of funds of healthcare providers. Major investment is already happening for healthcare infrastructure development/expansion and medical equipment, but not comparably so for health IT. While the overall healthcare market in India is expected to reach nearly USD 70 billion by 2012, the potential for medical equipment market over the same time period is pegged at USD 18 billion, while that of health IT market at USD 3 billion.

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Today the rise of industry is deemed as the stepping stone of any nation’s success towards achieving self sufficiency and international recognition. There had been massive developments in industrial technology and computers have had the Lion’s share in that scenario as the level of automation in the industry today is what our ancestors could have never even imagined. Today the amount of human intervention required in factories or more specifically assembly lines is very limited as the entire cycle of operation in factories is now managed by expertly crafted computer hardware and software combination which is a strikingly deadly duo.

From manufacturing bottle caps and ball pens to large scale automobile manufacturing computers have changed the way things are made and we can have a lot of tasks done in a faster means as compared to years back. The influence of computers has resulted in reducing the delay times we normally experience for several things especially automobiles and other such heavy objects. Speeding up of production lines courtesy of computer aided automation have resulted in faster delivery of products and this in turn has a positive impact on prices which are favourable to both companies and buyers. The impact does not end there as automation resulted in less wastage as calculated and careful resource utilisation was possible with the advent of technology.

On an average almost 3 out of every 5 large scales industry employs fully automated machinery especially large scale industries. This is the figure from developed nations. Other nations are fast catching up in this scene. The entry of computers have resulted in reducing workloads for human employees as heavy machines can be more easily controlled by computers by careful supervision. Effective management of resources hands in a good profit margin for companies which in turn will reflect on their pricing schemes which are useful for both the employees of the firm and the end buyers of their products.

However there have been widespread protests and agitations against computers throughout the world especially in developing nations as people claim that the rise of automation and modernisation of factories using computers will pose a serious threat to the livelihood of millions who sweat all their life to earn enough to keep their families alive. Computers will eliminate the need for physical labour forces in a large proportion and this in turn will be a big blow dealt to the labour community of which a majority are still drenched in poverty.

Whatever are the offences and charges lad out against computers, their role in industry cannot be ignored as the level of help they offer cannot be matched by anything else. Running a business from scratch was not possible years ago without the help of a large human resource but today the rise of computers have resulted in that dream becoming a reality even though many say it is at the expense of human livelihood.

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Looking in to human being history, we can find that the civilization begins with the development of agriculture. our ancestors settled when the began to grow food. When we talk about agriculture, it refers the growing of plants, animals and other life on the land. According to the latest data, there is one third of world’s population is employed by agriculture. Agriculture is not only refers to food providing, it also provides raw materials such as sugar, jute, vegetable oil and tobacco for industries. Besides, agriculture is also a way of living. If we count the festivals in the world, we can find that a number of those holidays are associating with agriculture or food.

While, with the development of industry, abundance of food is owing to technological growing, transporting and storage. Then people even neglect the original agriculture. And some even said that we do not need agriculture any more, because industry and technology can provide what we human beings want. But in fact, though the power of industry is strong, there are still many other benefits that only agriculture could offer. Here are some benefits:

First of all is the water, as agricultural crops are the largest user of fresh water and forests maintain the groundwater people use everyday. The agriculture provides people the basic resource.

Secondly, people could get energy form agriculture. For example, wood is the major source of fuel and energy, and people can also get oil from plants. As modern biomass plants are fast growing around the world, they provide clean energy to the society.

Then human beings could get nutrition from the plants. People need to eat meat, milk, grains, fruits and vegetables everyday. Without those materials, how can we build strong body.

Besides the nutrition, agriculture brings biodiversity to the plant world. Agriculture can change, destroy or maintain the ecological balances. The development and health of our planet is sustained by agriculture. Moreover, the climate can also be influenced be agricultural growth. Extreme events and ecological dysfunction will ultimately affect our planet and the human race.

But now, the degradation of environment actually is affecting the agricultural productivity. To it is very hasty to conclude agricultural science and technology. And the aim of developing agriculture is to reduce hunger, improve livelihood and increase the growth of economic.

The author of this article is an environmentalist who pays much attention on the green plants. As the industry develops rapidly, the author also want to call on people’s attention on traditional agriculture.

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Moderator: Ladies and gentlemen Hello, everybody, thank you all for attending this forum, the forum’s theme is “Shanghai home inventory of the ceramic industry in 2007 article,” is to introduce the ceramics market in Shanghai, please Allow me first to introduce the guests arrived at the scene today. China Building Ceramic Association director Xia Gaosheng, summer teacher Siweiciye Co., Ltd., Chongqing Chu-wen, Hui Zuo Wei 10000 Marketing Manager, Shanghai Dongpeng Ceramics Co., Ltd. Manager Huang Shu-sheng.

Our forum today is divided into three parts, the total is estimated at 2 hours, please ladies and gentlemen, the first part of this year combined with the operations of their enterprises in Shanghai this year to talk about the overall operation of the ceramic industry; the second part of us looking at this occurred in the ceramic industry events and hot topics; the third section we briefly look ahead with Shanghai ceramic industry in 2008;

First of all China Building Ceramic Association, director of summer teacher gave us a taste of Shanghai’s overall operation of the ceramic industry. I think we can talk about in several ways, is the market supply and demand, price fluctuations, the situation in Shanghai is how competition in the market like? There are some in the industry what kind of outstanding problems, and so on.

Xia Gaosheng: Today we just came to the chairman of four-dimensional, we have just participated in the ceramic Assembly, as China’s ceramic industry is now clear, now that China is the first market ceramics, is also the first consumer, In absolute terms we have 50% of global consumption, production also accounted for 50% of global production, from an export point of view, we ranked second in the world, per capita consumption is ranked third, up very quickly. Shanghai is also, like other second, because the Chinese people have money, China’s development of the national economy and real estate development, led the construction ceramics industry, be it tiles, sanitary ware, bathroom has a big development. Foreigners asked us how to sell the Chinese tiles? Year and 3.8 billion square meters, we answer, you come to China to take a look around and know that China’s spending power is how come. First, China’s shortage of wood, ceramic tile is the best alternative, the second, China is the invention of pottery country, there are deep feelings of ceramics. Ceramic material in any timber other irreplaceable material, it a good clean and damp, landscaping decoration family, so people in the elections to choose to feel that ceramic is the best, most expensive and unique preferred materials. Third, the vast rural market and urban market, large wide increases in domestic growth, including the rural outskirts of Shanghai is the same as almost every household in the rural home had no toilet to use the toilet now, not the original tile, Now use a lot. Therefore, the development of cities around Shanghai have spurred the development of building ceramic sanitary ceramics.

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