Speaking to reporters after meeting Estonian Ambassador Katrin Kivi, he said: “Although Estonia is a small country, it has the most start-ups and good technologies. ‘to bring about reforms through technology in medical education and the health sector.
Citing a few examples, he said that Estonia has developed a health registry for its entire population and has also developed good telemedicine. Sudhakar also said that Estonia has developed good genomic sequencing laboratories which will help identify diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and dementia.
“If we engage in certain aspects, our state will benefit and Estonians will also learn several good practices that we follow,” the minister said.
The Estonian Ambassador said, “We can do a lot to bring healthcare to citizens through technical solutions. Here, Estonia, one of the most digitized countries in the world, has a lot to share.
“Estonia also has a lot to learn from India, which has such a huge population. The doctors here will have a lot more experience because they treat a lot more patients,” Katrin added.