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10 Nov

Primary Healthcare Initiatives: Vital for Tackling Poverty

In India, 70% of healthcare expenditures are borne by individuals. Therefore, yearly OOPE (Out-of-pocket expenditure) on health care drives 60 million people into poverty. When it comes to health care, the World Health Organization (WHO) emphasizes a “whole-of-society approach” that “aims to ensure the highest possible level of health and well-being and their equitable distribution […]

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10 Nov

Assam Flood Relief Camps

Heavy floods had caused widespread destruction in Assam, affecting 457 villages in 12 districts, including Barpeta, Chirang, Darrang, Goalpara, Golaghat, and Dhemaji. The State Disaster Management Authority said that the flooding affected nearly twenty-five revenue circles.   Update on the flood’s aftermath Fourteen shelters and camps across the state were opened to people needing assistance. […]

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19 Jul

Online Doctor Consultation For Rural Indians

  Well over the past decade, India has achieved considerable progress in improving the wellness of its people, narrowing the difference between countryside and urban regions, as well as between the rich as well as the poor. Yet, large discrepancies persist, and accessibility to treatment in rural regions remains a major concern. A one-day National […]

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20 Jul

Affordable & Accessible Telemedicine Services in Rural India

Elemedicine aids in the reduction of a patient’s travelling time and costs, the simplification of assets, the updating of diagnosis, the handling of emergencies, and also the early detection of important cases. The Indian healthcare industry is quite interested in how the technology affects the usage of healthcare facilities, both in terms of the concept […]

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