Focused on the tribal populations of Araku valley in Andhra Pradesh, aims to combat the region’s healthcare challenges and deliver primary healthcare to inaccessible areas. Mobile health workers travel to remote habitations and serve pregnant women, and specialist doctor consultations are facilitated through telemedicine centres
D.E.S.H(Detect Early Save Her/him) is community-based screening programme for oral, breast and cervical cancers in Kamrup, Assam. The programme components include creating community awareness, screening for oral, breast and cervical cancer through mobile cancer screening units, movement for the patients to a treatment centre, tracking and follow-up.
A.M.R.I.T (Accessible Medical Records via Integrated Technologies), aims to revolutionize the use of technology in Healthcare by bringing lakhs of health records on one platform and create a connected healthcare system. A.M.R.I.T will allow disparate systems to be able to connect to it and use the Patients’ Electronic Medical Records (EMR), thereby creating a unified and ubiquitous presence of Health Data of the patients across India
The Health Information Helpline (HIHL) is a health contact centre that provides 24×7 basic medical advice and counselling services. The helpline is built as a platform that provides a multitude of services. The platforms now support Government’s front-line programmes like Mother and Child Tracking System (MCTS) and HIV/AIDs counselling.
Piramal Swasthya’s tele-medicine service focuses on delivering the most accessible and affordable care by providing high-quality specialists with an electronic health record of each patient. It virtually connects doctors to patients and reduces the need for highly-skilled health workers where they are scarce.
Sanjeevani – Village Health Outreach Program is once-a-month, fixed date outreach initiative that will result in converged health services at the Village level. Sanjeevani is operating throughout the state with 88 Mobile Medical Units (MMU).
The State of Andhra Pradesh envisions the overall health and wellness of the state population. Piramal Swasthya operates one of the largest Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) program in the country in partnership with the Government of Andhra Pradesh. It is acting as a force multiplier to existing health centres. The 286 MMUs are making healthcare service delivery available, accessible and affordable in all 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh.