As India takes giant strides in digitizing its systems, aiming for accessibility, transparency, and security, the vision is set on establishing a digitally empowered healthcare system. Picture this: every Indian citizen is equipped with a Digital Medical card seamlessly linked to Aadhar Cards, Insurance cards, and more. Sounds futuristic? Let’s delve into how India has embraced digital transformation and its current endeavors in medical record-keeping.
In a country with diverse healthcare interactions—from rural to urban, diagnostic centers to hospitals, small practitioners to polyclinics, and traditional medicine setups to pharmacies—healthcare data is in a state of fragmentation. Various technologies, applications, and budget allocations contribute to the myriad ways data is generated and stored. The evolving medical ecosystem necessitates a unified approach to digital and tech usage, facilitating secure data procurement, storage, and transmission. Imagine receiving treatment without lugging around stacks of papers; a single card becomes the gateway to an individual’s inner health system.
The National Health Commission’s recent initiatives, including the National Health Stack, aim to streamline the collection, storage, and analysis of healthcare data. Further bolstered by the National Digital Health Mission, launched by PM Narendra Modi on August 15, 2020, India is poised to establish a robust digital infrastructure for healthcare delivery. This mission holds immense potential for transforming healthcare by enhancing access, reducing costs, and improving overall health outcomes.
Digital Medical records find multifaceted applications, including:
1. National Digital Health Mission
2. Epidemiological studies: Conducting large-scale studies to understand disease prevalence and distribution across India, aiding in identifying risk factors and formulating preventive strategies.
3. Clinical trials: Using digital medical data for conducting trials to test the safety and efficacy of new drugs and treatments, especially for prevalent diseases in India.
4. Disease surveillance: Leveraging digital data for monitoring and tracking infectious and communicable diseases, facilitating early detection and response to outbreaks.
5. Personalized medicine: Harnessing digital data to develop personalized treatments based on an individual’s genetic makeup and other factors, thereby spreading awareness of Ayurveda to remote areas.
6. Health policy: Using digital medical data for informed decision-making in health policy, resource allocation, and targeted strategies to improve overall population health.
A standout application, gaining national and global acclaim, involves integrating Digital Medical data with Ayurveda for more accurate predictions. Ayurveda, renowned for personalized treatment plans based on an individual’s unique constitution, can now benefit from digital advancements. Enter the Digitized Nadi Pariksha device—the Nadi Tarangini—a cutting-edge technology amalgamating AI, machine learning, and computer vision to analyze pulse movements and generate secure digital reports.
The Nadi Tarangini device offers precise monitoring and assessment of various medical conditions and inner health parameters. Its non-invasive and user-friendly nature makes it an ideal tool for Ayurveda practitioners to track patients’ progress, ensuring accurate diagnoses and timely interventions.
Deployable in diverse settings such as hospitals, clinics, spas, and rehabilitation centers, the Nadi Tarangini device holds the promise of enhancing the accuracy of diagnoses, improving treatment outcomes, and reducing overall healthcare costs. Patients stand to benefit from the convenience and accessibility offered by this technology, empowering them to manage their health more effectively.
In essence, the Nadi Tarangini device stands as a pioneering, non-invasive application, poised to establish India’s first-ever Digital Medical Health record system that harmoniously blends Ayurveda and AI, shaping a holistic healthcare ecosystem. Its innovative technology, coupled with ease of use and precision, positions it as a transformative solution for healthcare providers and patients alike.
To embark on the digital journey with Nadi Tarangini, visit the official home page or contact us at +91 9168616013. Let’s embrace a healthcare revolution!
Author: Mrs. Shruti Prashant Kulkarni
B.Sc. (Foods & Nutrition), M.Sc. (Public Health)
Clinical Nutritionist, Diabetes Educator & Counsellor, Ph.D. scholar
Research & Product Domain Expert (Atreya Innovations Pvt Ltd)
Chief Nutrition Counsellor (Germany)
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