22 March 2022 | News
The first-of-its-kind unique centre will increase access to preventive & primary care
Committed to providing the accessibility of preventive and predictive health screening even to the remotest areas of rural India where even primary healthcare facilities are scarce, India Health Link has launched IHL Care Digital Health Centre at Adarsh Nagar, Marar Road, Near Chura Mill in Khagaria, Bihar.
It would be the first-of-its-kind zero assistance Integrated Digital Health Centre (DHC) in the remote district of Khagaria, Bihar having over 16 lakh population with almost 47% women inhabited in 306 villages.
“With the launch of IHL Digital Health Centre at Khagaria, Bihar, rural India will see the emergence of ‘Zero manpower assisted self-check Health Centre’ that will not only give a walk-in experience to the villagers who can get their key vitals captured within 5 minutes but also get their unique IHL Health Accounts created, which also integrates with Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) as it is the key to digital healthcare journey,” said Dr Satyender Goel, Founder & CEO, India Health Link (IHL).
IHL Care Digital Health Centre has developed a proprietary ‘hPod’, a self-service ATM size health station. It is capable of screening (20+) essential vital parameters including BP, Temperature, Body Mass Composition, Pulse, SpO2, and ECG, without any paramedical assistance. The hPod will also allow teleconsultation with Apollo TeleHealth Doctors, with seamless integration for telehealth built-in. This will also help villagers to create their own 'Electronic Health Record' and take control of their wellness by getting informed health choices.