Ancient Ayurveda for Modern Lifestyle
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], May 20: One of the noted Ayurveda authors Shubhra Krishan quoted, “The great thing about Ayurveda is that its treatments always yield side benefits, not side effects.” Abiding by this even before this quote was quoted, Late Vaidyaraja Shree Nagindas Shah, who kick-started Unjha – a 125-year-old Ayurvedic company believed in the healing outcomes of the ancient medicine of this sacred branch of science. Asveda is a wellness brand pioneered by the Unjha Company.
The company is now run by Jainaa Gandhi, who has been long associated with the concept of Ayurvedic medicine. Asveda has introduced two products, both dealing with natural health remedies. The products are known as Asveda Shitalamrut & Asveda Chyawanprash. The products are strong immunity boosters for extreme conditions. While Shitalamrut is for summer, that keeps the body cool and provides immunity at the same time, Chyawanprash is for winter which works to keep the body warmer and immune. Both the products are available in glass jar bottles with great packaging & design, while Chyawanprash has black packaging with a strip of orange, Shitalamrut has white packaging with blue stripes. This is all about what’s outside the immunity bolstering bottles, the real deal is what’s inside the bottles. The quality is certified under the aegis of FSSAI (Food safety and standards authority of India) & FDCA (Food and drug controlling authority of India).
With 125 years of wellness experience, the company invented “Asveda Shitalamrut”. The invention was more like a miracle made in hands as this Cooling Chyawanprash is directly linked with keeping the body fit as well as the mind fresh at the same time. Shitalamrut as per the name helps in the vitalizing digestive system combats acidity & heartburn thus keeping the body cool, calm, and composed. This unique product is a blend of ingredients of this summer cooling Chyawanprash with Mishri (Khadi Sakar), Raw Honey, black grapes, Fennel (Saunf), Khadi Sakar, Nutmeg (Jaiphal), Rose petals, and many other organic herbs.
This product is also an immunity booster and renders support to the system against common infections and allergies. It is also the perfect go-to product for summers as this is an excellent summer coolant and reduces the burning sensation in the body by vitiation of pitta. It also controls the release of excessive fluid like sweat and balances it; the product also works as a great antioxidant.
While Asveda Chyawanprash is made up of 100% organic jaggery, honey, cow desi ghee, Hira Bhasma, Suvarna(Gold) Bhasma, Silver Bhasma, Saffron, Cardamom, Giloy, Ashwagandha, Pipal, Safed Moosli, and many other organic herbs. The aforementioned herbs are rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Iron, and Calcium. There are multiple advantages of consuming Asveda Chyawanprash which are – Honey bolstering immunity, jaggery helps in haemoglobin, and boosts energy levels throughout the day. Apart from this, the ayurvedic mixture helps in detoxifying the body, weight control, and improves stamina. Likewise Shitalamrut this too does not have any added sweeteners or artificial flavours and is 100% natural.
Thus, there are several benefits of consuming both Shitalamrut & Chyawanprash regularly. Firstly, it helps in developing a strong immunity system. There is no age restriction in consuming the product and anyone can have it from the young to the elderly. It is thus a tonic for all ages. It gives protection from the day to day infections like cough and cold and even strong infections and disease-causing germs. It makes the body strong enough to fight various illnesses as well. Other than this, the product also enhances the process of digestion. It also provides energy to the body and strengthens the weak nerves and muscles. The regulation of new blood and metals like mass, fat, bone marrow, and semen is also enhanced by the Chyawanprash. Eating this in an adequate amount also provides natural vitamins and minerals to the body. Owing to contemporary times, this product can be consumed regularly as a habit as the body needs to be really fit right now and have a strong immune system to fight the virus.
The tangy taste also makes it a go-to for people who love unique flavours. Asveda Chyawanprash is 100% Vegetarian, No artificial sweetener, No Artificial flavour, No Artificial Sugar, No starch, 100% Organic, and absolutely Gluten Free. Other competing products in markets are made of 60% sugar which is acidic, where Asveda uses only Jaggery & mishri (Khadi Sakar) which are antacids and are alkaline in nature. Hence, it is one of the best solutions for acidity because the high Zinc and magnesium content helps to boost intestinal strength. It aids digestion which results in reducing acidity or loose motions. Asveda is a true choice to keep the body warm and healthy through tough times.
Bengaluru (Karnataka [India], May 19: With the world going through unprecedented suffering and pain in these trying times, Youthphoriya, a health and wellness center based in Bangalore has put together an initiative to raise awareness on meditation this World Meditation Day.
The event, an international collective meditation program, aims to bring together people from all walks of life to heighten the consciousness and awareness of our generation.
The event will be digitally conducted on the 21st of May, 2021, in association with Radio City as its exclusive FM partner, and Bell Consultancy Services as its Business & PR Partner.
This collective meditation program will be completely free of cost for all interested participants.
The organizer, Youthphoriya is a holistic, self-directed, and empowering center that uses a mix of science and spirituality to cultivate an inclusive environment where everybody can feel accepted. The organization helps everyone who is a part of it learn yoga, meditation, and mindfulness, thus enhancing their self-esteem. This process is a gradual one, where one understands their true potential.
Dr. Vani B Rao, who spearheads Youthphoriya as its founder is an enthusiastic philanthropist, spirited wellness coach, and a successful entrepreneur. Over the years, Dr. Rao has committed herself to bring a positive change to society, especially with regards to health and wellness. Her goal is to encourage change amongst the new generation of youth, which in turn would promote inner transformation and wellness.
Speaking on the upcoming collective meditation program, Dr. Vani Rao says “At Youthphoriya, we believe in combining mental, physical, and spiritual self-care practices to advance a culture of well-being within ourselves. This World Meditation day, we aim to reach out to people around the world to inspire and promote personal transformation through our platform and global reach.”
She further states “Meditation and core engagement possess the power to alter our state of mind, which in turn changes the consciousness pattern outside of ourselves in all of nature. Through this state of consciousness, we have the opportunity to create a social matrix of peace that can ultimately heal Mother Earth.”
This online collective meditation program is significant to this year’s World Meditation Day and will see the participation of multiple brands and organizations, which include: Lions Club International B’lore, IBN MSME, HLP World, Ladders, Blucap Interiors, Axis Bank, Yoga Kulam, Radio City, Indian Women’s Club, Additive MEA, Optiwise, St. Antony’s Public School, My Kids Diary, Dikanz, Bell Consultancy Services, Anvita Charitable Trust, Wheels United for A Cause, Vision Karnataka Foundation, Teamroll, NHRD India, AceDigital, Infopace, Sumangali Seva Ashram, MINDIA – Mind of India, Kreatix Media, ALL Ladies League, Swaayambhu, Corporate Social Focus, FOWE – Forum of Women Entrepreneurs, ITF – Industry & Trade Forum, Hoopsters, Samarpana, Bhoopalam Botanicals, Avani Green Factory, Help India, Prashant Welling, Vidyaranya, FUEL – Friends Union for Energising Lives, Filmfeast Creators and Good Arth among others.
The event will prove to be an unforgettable experience to bring participants closer together, closer to nature, and the universe. It will include heartwarming meditation stories, light stretching and will also educate participants on where the blockages in the mind come from and how to eliminate them.
Towards the end, participants can also expect answers to questions about how to use meditation for a life of happiness.
This program is open to all interested participants across the globe and will be absolutely free of charge.
If you wish to be part of the event, please follow the link below for further information, and to register for the event: linktr.ee/collectivemeditations
You may also contact +91 94833 16344 for any registration/event-related queries.
Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], May 17: The urge to look good, young, and presentable has led to increasing demands for cosmetic procedures across the world. Moreover, people are willing to travel to other countries looking out for experienced and qualified cosmetic and plastic surgeons who can do a quality cosmetic procedure at affordable prices.
Dr. Deepesh Goyal, Founder and Head of Rejuvena Cosmetics, Jaipur states, ‘Over the years, my patients have traveled to Jaipur from abroad and various parts of India to get their cosmetic treatments done. We at Rejuvena, offer them world-class cosmetic treatment along with distinctive hospitality and care. We ensure that the patient is well attended to at all times.’
He further states that most of the patients come for hair transplant in Jaipur and cosmetic treatments such as plastic surgery, laser hair removal, gynecomastia, rhinoplasty, liposuction, skin rejuvenation, and breast implants to mention the popular ones.
These days, the cosmetic surgeon and patients can seek their initial consultations, share images, medical reports through email and video calling facility. It is only when the patient confirms to go ahead with the treatment, the doctor’s customer support team swings into action to make necessary arrangements on request such as tickets, hotel accommodation, the appointment for the procedure, and so on.
Dr. Deepesh Goyal, is a board-certified, highly experienced plastic and cosmetic surgeon with more than seven years of hands-on experience. He has performed more than 1000 cosmetic surgeries. His patients are extremely satisfied with the outcomes of his cosmetic procedures, share their treatment experience at Rejuvena and speak very highly of the doctor. Moreover, they are happy with the hair transplant cost in Jaipur is far lower than that of the world and perfectly fits their budget.
Upon the arrival of the patients, Rejuvena assigns a dedicated concierge to them who ensures the patients are well taken care of and guided during their entire stay in Jaipur. Their accommodation reservations are done as per their request and budget.
Moreover, there is an eclectic mix of luxury hotels, economy, and budget-priced accommodation options which make staying for longer durations very much feasible and affordable too. Hence, most tourists prefer to spend their days recuperating and relaxing after a hair transplant in Jaipur.
Jaipur is also known as the Pink City is synonymous with architectural splendor, heritage sites, and picturesque locations. It is a vibrant city imbibed with lots of cultural activities and places to explore. In fact, tourists can seek a mix of rich Indian traditional atmosphere and modern amenities too.
Jaipur is best visited all-round the year except for the peak summer months of March, April, and May while the winters in Jaipur are pleasantly warm and cold. It comes as no surprise that foreign tourists flock to Jaipur during the latter part of the year.
Medical tourists yearning for affordable hair transplant procedures or any other cosmetic procedures such as rhinoplasty, tummy tuck or breast implants or skin rejuvenation treatment can connect with Dr. DeepeshGoyal at Rejuvena Cosmo Care.
Dr. Deepesh is available at firstname.lastname@example.org and can be contacted at – 08955445566
Optimus Pharma gets DCGI nod for conducting Phase III Clinical Trials for Molnupiravir on patients with mild and moderate COVID-19 infection
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], May 19: Optimus Pharma on Tuesday received DCGI nod for conducting Phase III Clinical Trials for orally administered Molnupiravir capsules on patients with Mild and Moderate Covid-19 symptoms. With a severe shortage of antiviral drugs in the market against the SARS-CoV-2 infection, it is imperative that more drugs with potent antiviral activity against SARS-CoV-2 be introduced.
Optimus pharma said having internally developed the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and the formulations for the product, it had filed for clinical trials with the DCGI. The regulator gave a nod for conducting the trial on mild and moderate patients on May 18 2021.
As per the clinical trial, protocols approved, a total of 2500 subjects in both mild and moderate COVID-19 will be randomised in the study in a 1:1 ratio to Molnupiravir with standard supportive care or standalone standard supportive care. The treatment duration is a maximum of 05 days and the total study duration will be a maximum for 29 days from randomisation, the release said.
“Optimus is all geared to immediately begin clinical trials on Molnupiravir on COVID-19 patients in India. The clinical trial will let us know the efficacy of this molecule on COVID-19 patients,” Chairman & Managing Director – Dr. D Srinivas Reddy said.
In the previous press release, the company stated that Molnupiravir demonstrated highly promising results in reducing viral load to 0.0% in merely 5 days of treatment duration. Based on completed phase 2 part clinical studies, the proposed dosage is 800mg twice daily which significantly reduces viral culture in infected patients not progressing into ARDS.
Optimus Pharma is one of the largest manufacturers of the highly successful SARS-CoV-2 antiviral drug without compromising on quality as is the case with Favipiravir (sold under the brand – FAVICOVID). The company aims to do the same with Molnupiravir to cater to the rising demand for Anti-Viral drugs against SARS-CoV-2 in the Indian market.
With the cooperation of the government and our stakeholders, and a special thanks to the Subject Expert Committee of the CDSCO for their valuable contribution and their recommendations to the project, we hope to deliver the product in India by leveraging our solid distribution strength across the country.
Katni (Madhya Pradesh) [India], May 14: After taking relief to millions of people of 9 districts including Katni by installing a CT Scan machine through a PIL in the High Court, Divyanshu Mishra Anshu has pledged to install a blood component separator plasma apheresis machine in Katni Madhya Pradesh. Demand was being sought through a memorandum to which no concrete reply was received, NSUI National Coordinator Divyanshu Mishra Anshu filed a PIL regarding the installation of plasma apheresis blood component separator machine in MP High Court, Jabalpur through advocate Yogesh Soni. The co-petitioner in the said case is Chairman Lokesh Sachdeva from Katni Blood Donors Welfare Society and Shreha Raunak Khandelwal, Women Wing President.
It is known that the population of the Katni district is more than 10 lakhs. People come to the district hospital for treatment from many small districts nearby. Plasma machine which is also used in many other illnesses is constantly seen saving patients by plasma penetration in Covid-19. In such a situation, not having this facility in the harvest is itself a matter of sorrow. The public has to go to Jabalpur, about 100 km from Katni, to donate the plasma. Sometimes the pregnant women have to go to Jabalpur in case the platelets are low, sometimes the patient dies on the way. Given the increasing outbreak of Covid-19 infection, all the health departments of MP are being asked to install the plasma apheresis machine from April 18 through a letter; no effective steps are being taken in the public interest, forcing the High Court the petition had to be filed in the asylum. The petitioner Divyanshu Mishra, co-petitioner Lokesh Sachdeva, and Shreha Raunak Khandelwal expressed confidence in the High Court that soon the court will pronounce a proper judgment in the public interest which will give relief to the public, the petition number of the case is WP / 9324 / 2021.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 14: To help the readers cope with the ongoing pandemic Aanchal Narang addresses some basic issues affecting the mental health of the general population.
The shared experiences of a global pandemic call for its own set of questions to address. And one of these questions is,
“What happens after this?”
Extended isolation and social distancing bring with it depression, anxiety, touch starvation, and several other small and big traumas. Post-pandemic, these issues are not likely to just go away. So what happens next is that you allow yourself to process in order to heal, and if needed, get professional help, advises Aanchal Narang who is experiencing additional caseloads at her clinic due to the pandemic situation.
Dealing with grief, loss, isolation, abusive households, loss of a job, and loss of a regular life so to say, will inevitably mean that you have a whirlwind of emotions to deal with says, Aanchal Narang, Psychologist, and Another Light Counselling. You are also going through the loss of a “regular” life, where you’re unable to do your favorite activities, socialize normally, or basically experience any human contact. After life reverts to “normal,” you will have to deal with a completely new set of emotions. You won’t be the same person you were before. The pandemic takes its toll and you will inevitably feel weak and overwhelmed. In times like those, show yourself some self-compassion. Allow yourself to feel your pain, and address how you can work on these emotions to make yourself feel better.
According to Aanchal Narang, COVID is not just a here-and-now phenomenon. It will have a lasting impact on how the world functions and how you personally function as well, even when it no longer exists. With the overwhelming emotions, there are a few things that you should do to help yourself.
- Work-from-home might become the new norm. Find ways to make this a bearable, if not fun, experience for yourself.
- Look for new experiences that you can truly enjoy for yourself. Solo activities were essential pre-pandemic, but they are all the more important now to keep your mind busy and uncluttered.
- While social distancing and self-isolation mean a lack of physical human contact, find new people to interact with online. Hold game nights with your friends, join a community, find people with who you can spend time and who make you happy.
The journey to self-compassion does not start later. COVID is a difficult situation where you need to be able to deal with your mental health in a non-detrimental manner. Give yourself time to feel bad about things, process those feelings, and then work on your healing, connect to things that motivate you, and indulge in hobbies to beat the depression says, Aanchal Narang.
The consequence of not doing so could be burnout. You might be unable to find the motivation to keep living the way you do. Finding things that make you happy and healthy are essential to prevent the feeling of despair from taking over. Feeling overwhelmed is normal, how you deal with that feeling is a skill you need to hone.
Dealing with Grief
Mid-pandemic, a big emotion that a lot of us have to deal with is grief. Grief is a natural response to loss and it can be overwhelming because you’ve just had someone or something you dearly loved taken away from you.
According to Anchal Narang, Psychologist, Another light Counselling, the process of grieving and coping with the sense of loss is complex, and you should look for professional help when dealing with these emotions.
What are the stages of grief?
We’ve all heard about the stages of grief (first enumerated by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross) wherein people dealing with loss tend to go through five major stages. Not everyone goes through all of these stages nor does it happen sequentially for everyone.
- Denial: When you can’t acknowledge the event at all and therefore, cannot acknowledge your pain.
- Anger: You start to question the cause for the event and look for someone to blame; whether it be yourself or someone else.
- Bargaining: You tend to bargain with the universe itself, offering anything in return for reversal of the event.
- Depression: Here, the grief incapacitates you to the point you don’t want to do anything but wallow in unprocessed emotions.
- Acceptance: You acknowledge the event as well as the subsequent pain that came with it.
How do I deal with grief?
The inevitable pain that comes with grief is something that you have to come to terms with on your own and everyone has a different coping process says Aanchal Narang, Psychologist. A few ways to do so are:
- Acknowledge your pain. Unresolved grief can also lead to complications such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and health problems. Add a global pandemic to the mix, finding healthy ways to process your pain is difficult- but even more necessary.
- Accept that grief can trigger many different and unexpected emotions.
- Understand that your grieving process will be unique to you. While the pandemic affects everyone, your loss is personal to you. There is no wrong or right way to process these emotions- find a way that helps you.
- Seek out face-to-face support from people who care about you. Family and friends in similar situations mean that you have a community for your grief. Reaching out can help you deal with a lot of the emotions you feel.
- Support yourself emotionally by taking care of yourself physically.
- Recognize the difference between grief and depression.
At this point, you need to look for professional help. Depression needs help that is different from the process of grieving. The faster you get help, the less likely you are to fall into a spiral of unresolved emotions. With professional help, you can equip yourself with a set of tools that are unique to your pain and how you want to work through it.
Sajeev Nair, CMD Vieroots Wellness Solutions & Devi Mohan, Director of HSTY
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], May 11: Heath and wellness world is excited about the new prospects this alliance of Vieroots and Himalayan school of Traditional Yoga will open up. Personalized wellness became the buzzword only in modern medical research. But India knew it all along, with its ancient systems like Ayurveda and Yoga giving great stress to personalization.
Ayurveda’s Vata, Pitta & Kapha, and its numerous combinations are mankind’s first and still one of the most successful attempts at personalization. While Yoga too is based on these principles, too much of its Westernization makes it seem as though anyone can do any asana for the same therapeutic need.
There are only very few Yoga Schools that differ from this kind of generic yoga, and foremost among them is the Himalayan School of Traditional Yoga (HSTY). This world-renowned yoga institution, with a clear focus on propagation of authentic, traditional yoga, is the vision of Mohanji, a world-renowned humanitarian and philanthropist, who has dedicated his life to serving the world and is the founder of several global organisations such as Mohanji Foundation, Ammucare Charitable Trust, ACT Foundation, World Consciousness Alliance and others, that are active in more than 25 countries.
Himalayan School of Traditional Yoga (HSTY) is dedicated to propagating traditional yoga, i.e. the essence of yoga as per the original teachings codified in the scriptures by Maharishi Patanjali. Founded by Mohanji, HSTY’s mission is to promote a culture of yoga and make it accessible to all of mankind, beyond boundaries of country, religion, gender, class and wealth. HSTY is a Registered Yoga School with Yoga Alliance (USA) and an Associate Institute member of Indian Yoga Association.
Meanwhile, on the modern personalization front, the advent of genetics has changed the game altogether, with capabilities now existing for predicting chances for developing hundreds of common lifestyle diseases, as well as for providing personalized epigenetic lifestyle modifications for keeping such diseases at bay.
At the forefront of this sunrise research domain is Vieroots Wellness Solutions, whose EPLIMO is the first such genetics-based health-tech solution in India, which is deployed as an Artificial Intelligence powered smartphone app.
EPLIMO stands for Personalized Epigenetic Lifestyle Modifications. Under EPLIMO a client first undergoes a genetic test called VieGenome to detect chances for developing any among 200 lifestyle diseases and fine-tunes it with a detailed Metabolic Assessment. Based on this combined Geno-Metabolic Report, a detailed set of personalized lifestyle modifications are suggested in diet, supplements, exercises, yoga asanas, meditation techniques and more. EPLIMO is the frontier of wellness solutions anywhere in the world, which is scientifically validated to keep over 200 diseases at bay.
EPLIMO is the brainchild of renowned wellness evangelist, pioneer of Indian biohacking & author, Sajeev Nair. It is only destiny that these two giants in their own spheres – Mohanji & Sajeev Nair – are now joining hands to advocate personalized yoga, which will change the face of therapeutic yoga forever with high efficacy and safety. Apart from providing personalized yoga therapy, the alliance will do cutting-edge research in unravelling the underlying links connecting yoga & meditation with epigenetics.
“At Vieroots our mission is to empower people to take charge of their own health, which we want to achieve by providing tools, education and products which are derived from ancient Indian wellness wisdom, but backed by modern science. We are quite excited about the possibilities on integrating Yoga and meditation with epigenetic science.” says Dr. Sajeev Nair who is also the Chairman and Managing Director of Vieroots Wellness Solutions Pvt Ltd.
Through this collaboration there will be extensive research on the impact of specific yoga processes on prevention of various lifestyle diseases. This is the first time in the world that there is an ambitious research initiative like this to harness the power of yoga & meditation with genetic knowledge to create personalized yoga therapies.
The Vieroots-HSTY alliance also offers great opportunities for Wellness Professionals, who are well-versed in yoga & meditation to gain from this new world-class platform.
“Traditional yoga holds incredible wealth of knowledge from our ancient sages for humans to elevate themselves not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well. HSTY is excited to partner this approach with Vieroots’ modern methods and add value to people around the world.” Says, Devi Mohan, Director of HSTY.
Prayagraj (Uttar Pradesh)[India], May 10: India’s health care system is close to a collapse due to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. With more than 20 million infected citizens and more than 226 thousand deaths, India is going through an unimaginable crisis. Pictures of distraught families counting their dead and sick people being turned away from hospitals amidst the most significant health crisis in history worry the whole planet.
Relaxation of measures definitely did not help this horrific scenario. Despite warnings of Covid-19 risks, the people of India still enjoyed elaborate wedding parties, sports matches, and festivals. India’s health system was unprepared for the new wave that hit the country so devastatingly. The lack of health care, personnel, beds, and oxygen brought terrible consequences. On top of all that, geographical barriers pose a tremendous challenge for the health system too.
Many people in India do not have access to primary healthcare.
A significant portion of India’s population is not getting the most primary health care. The country has a doctor-to-patient ratio of 1:10.189, which is approximately lower than the 1:1,000 recommended by the WHO. The situation in the rural parts of India is devastating – the people need three times as many nurses and five times as many paramedics it has today. The coronavirus has proven the urgent need for a paradigm shift in the provision of primary care. Instead of patients coming to doctors, it should be the other way around. Medical practitioners had to find a way to reach out to society’s most vulnerable and distant parts.
Access to quality primary care has always been a massive problem in the Indian healthcare system. The country has a devastating shortage of around 600,000 doctors, and over two million nurses reported the Centre for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP). There is also a worrying shortage of radiologists; there are over 150.000 of the positions unfilled.
However, slowly but surely, things are changing for the better.
Telemedicine is a game-changer
Thanks to telemedicine which enables treating patients remotely, there is a new horizon in the public health domain of India. Telehealth plays a critical role in India’s health system and is now needed more than ever. It is a technologically and digitally advanced method of health care that has provided immense help to those required during these challenging times. Patients can now connect with doctors and seek advice no matter the distance, merely using smartphones or computers. It’s a much-needed boost to the system that has suffered from the adverse effects of poverty and geographical barriers.
Sprint Medical offers services in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, and specializes in telemedicine and cares for all of the patient’s health needs. Thanks to the high-end digital solutions, Sprint Medical provides affordable care – anytime, anyplace. Sprint Medical allows the patients to choose the best doctors from all over India and book appointments online. They offer assisted doctor consultations where a nurse will help patients in the process and uses advanced IoT-connected devices that allow doctors to have correct diagnostics virtually.
The rise of virtual healthcare
Using integrated end-to-end solutions, doctors can be virtually present to care and follow-up on their remote patients. Sprint Medical collects patient’s real-time vitals, EKG, Blood Glucose Monitoring, risk factors, red flags, and anything else that needs to be checked and monitored.
Telemedicine has throughout 2020 shown that it’s an excellent medium to provide healthcare to those who lack the chance to get help in person. The method is as efficient as it is cost-effective. Doctors are now able to manage patients and filter out those who need to be hospitalized. For others, doctors use telemedicine to check their symptoms, advise about required tests, medication and do follow-ups.
Thanks to advanced technology, patients can now be monitored at home, with doctors tracking their progress and intervening if needed. Healthcare is shifting from hospital to home, giving patients the ultimate access to care 24/7 via mobile phones.
Getting people to use these new digital platforms had its struggling moments, but today, both doctors and patients adopted telemedicine as one of the primary healthcare delivery channels. With all of the OPDs closed due to lockdown, most were still able to maintain the consultation charges identical to the OPDs on these platforms.
This unprecedented rise in teleconsultations, telepathology, teleradiology, and e-pharmacies is expected to push India’s telemedicine market to reach $5.5 billion by 2025. New telemedicine platforms are popping in India, with start-ups such as Phable, Practo, mFine, CallHealth, and Lybrate.
Every patient deserves to get at least primary care. The future has come, and it has connected the patient and the doctors. All the information is tracked on Electronic Medical Record platforms vital in creating these care ecosystems in India. Remote healthcare, telemedicine, and teleconsultation meet the unmatched needs of the healthcare resources required.
Telehealth is the future of medicine.
The pandemic has proven that all of the parties involved need to invest in developing the tool that is undoubtedly the future of home healthcare. Because of its convenience and cost-effectiveness, remote monitoring and telemedicine services boost the system significantly.
Telemedicine provides invaluable benefits. There are now devices that can monitor patient’s stats such as pulse, saturation pulse, and ECG in real-time. This data can also be stored and analyzed, enhancing the safety and security outcome of patients at home. Providing a real-time solution depending on real-time information available on the platforms is maybe one of the most significant benefits of this new technology.
For all these reasons, telemedicine poses a significant improvement in primary healthcare. No less significantly, Telehealth will help the future evolution of science immensely. A large pool of data available for future research and analysis will lead to evolutionary guidelines and breakthroughs.
Although Virtual Doctor consultation is still somewhat of a novelty in India, citizens have quickly adopted this new pillar of healthcare. This shows that while Covid-19 has impacted India in the most detrimental ways, the country now has an excellent opportunity to become a digital health leader.
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India’s first National Digital Health Mission Compliant ‘Hospital Information Management System
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], April 27: Verraton Health Pvt. Ltd, a Maharashtra-based start-up dedicated to creating IT-based solutions for the healthcare sector is the first company in the private sector to receive approval from the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM), Ministry of Health, Government of India to implement its proprietary Hospital Information Management System (HIMS). Verraton Health is the fourth company whose product is in the final stages of deployment; the other three being from the government sector. The developed solution builds upon the government’s mission to create a massive digital repository of all citizen’s healthcare data to ensure optimal use and better access to healthcare resources.
Commenting on the issue Founder and CEO, Abhisar Bhatnagar said “Our solution has undergone a series of stringent government-recommended security audits and is ready with a fully secure solution to digitise day-to-day operations of healthcare facilities. Our Hospital Information management solution is a unique subscription-based business model to ensure our product is accessible for all facilities, irrespective of turnover or size.
NDHM aims to create a seamless online platform “through the provision of a wide range of data, information and infrastructure services, duly leveraging open, interoperable, standards-based digital systems” while ensuring the security, confidentiality, and privacy of health-related personal information.
Healthcare comprises hospitals, medical devices, clinical trials, outsourcing, telemedicine, medical tourism, health insurance, and medical equipment. The single most issue faced is the lack of patient data and health records. This is not only critical for doctors but also for the health administration to study and predict trends. The solution being offered creates a unique health ID and records the patient’s profile & health history. At present, a hospital would be provided with an administration dashboard where they can manage all hospital functionalities, OPD / IPD, doctors, employees, inventory, and payrolls along with patient history and prescription data. The client would also have the opportunity to outsource the migration process to Verraton Health Private Limited at no extra cost. A step-by-step orientation and process management onboarding would be conducted by Verraton Health Private Limited to ensure zero transition and transaction errors.
In phase two of the solution which is proposed in the next 90 days, Verraton Health will offer a Multi-lingual mobile App. offers tutorials and information, smart search for appointment by symptoms, Audio/ Video/ Messaging to connect with specialists, and a notification system for medicine. In India, doctors are managing many patients and need ready access to patient’s medical reports. Another unique offering is VerraCom, which allows the doctor and patient to communicate via – Audio/Video and Chat communication system
The Technological Stack includes top-of-the-line VPS a Multi-layer firewall and security measures to ensure complete security of data including powerful SSL Certificates.
Verraton Health’s first set of clients would be Private hospitals, Nursing homes, Clinics other small health dispensing facilities on a Bespoke HIMS. The company is in the process of setting up a national team to work on a comprehensive roll-out campaign. Commenting on this Co-Founder, Verraton Health said “Ours is a SaaS model and the initial investment of hospitals is minimum. On a mission mode, we will work on a Hub & Spoke Model, where our dedicated team will take the product offerings along with our appointed Strategic Partners to the most far-flung geographies of the country” with an estimated target of deployment to 10% of the health service providers in the country in next 3 years.
Verraton Health is a consulting and software solution start-up company developing solutions in Health care Governance for Health care facilities and Government Health Care programs to bring process adherence and compliance. The company develops solutions to bridge the technology gap in Healthcare Governance by developing and providing solutions most efficiently to bring process adherence and compliance from Doctors and Patients. As a software solution start-up, the company carves a niche to exploit existing technologies.