mHospitals, the newly launched cloud hospital, started the sixth phase of its field trial cardiac consultancy on October 2nd, 2019, to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation.
On the very first day, mHospitals provided cardiac consultancy to patients from the Prayagraj region, India. As of now, this cloud cardiac care is only providing second opinions and is not catering to any emergency situations.
Moreover, the services are limited to the Prayagraj district, India, at the moment. In this phase of field trials, mHospitals is aiming to provide as many as 500 consultancies in a span of 90 days.
VBRI’s mHospitals is off to a decent start. In fact, the very first patient who availed the services of mHospitals was Srimati Mona Devi from the village Saidabad, she had experienced chest pains over the last few months. As she used this cardiac cloud care to seek advice on her heart condition, it marked the beginning of a voyage that VBRI is undertaking to improve the accessibility of healthcare in India. Another patient was Shri Sidhi Nath Shukla, who is suffering from valve blockage and chest pain. They received consultancy directly from the cardiologist Dr Yogesh Shukla, Director, mHospitals.
Dr Shukla said: “mHospitals is a revolutionary cloud cardiac care platform that utilizes machine learning, artificial intelligence and cloud medicine to provide the best quality of cardiac care to the patients with the highest level of convenience. mHospitals allows the patients to consult quality doctors, schedule visits, take second opinion, connect with doctors and a lot more right from their homes.
“mHospitals is a product of the digital revolution that the world is witnessing at the moment. By integrating the most advanced technologies known to mankind and the expertise of quality hospitals and doctors, mHospitals offers top quality cardiac care to the patients.”
Dr Ashutosh Tiwari, Managing Director, VBRI, said: “The new and modern technological advancements can be used to achieve better healthcare for people across different geographical locations. The current century is marred with issues like rising population and depleting resources. Every now and then, we hear about people stuck in places with no access to health supplies.
“The digital technology can be linked to healthcare sector to create a cloud interface for doctors and patients to treat complex diseases. mHospitals is one such platform developed by VBRI in order to help the patients and remove multiple barriers and obstacle that do not allow them access to healthcare.”
Although, it is just the beginning of this phase, mHospitals has been met with a highly positive response with the next target to reach 20 million people by 2020. The patients that received consultancy on the first day deemed to be happy and satisfied and also gave positive feedbacks while appreciating this new and innovative initiative on cloud medicine of mass healthcare by VBRI.
Ever since its patient registration opened 11th September 2019, mHospitals has created a buzz in the healthcare industry and approached by around 5000 patients. They will be screened in a phase wise manner for the cardiac consultancy. It is a revolutionary cloud cardiac care platform that serves the patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases.
The concept of a cloud hospital is now beginning in India and mHospitals, with its use of Cloud medicine, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning, is all set to break ground and bring a new dawn in the world of Indian healthcare. Since it provides quality cardiac care to the patients in the comfort of their homes, it is all set to remove obstacles like distance, money, language and bridge the gap between patients and secure healthcare.
One of the biggest ideas behind the inception of mHospitals was to eliminate the barrier of distance from the healthcare sector. Even after almost two decades of the 21st century, there are places in the world where people do not have access to secure healthcare. They are required to avail travel long distances to see a doctor for the most trivial of issues.
On the other hand, internet and mobile services have reached almost every corner of the world. mHospitals leverages this wide reach huge network of internet and mobile devices to provide its services to the patients.
With mHospitals, doctors can easily communicate with patients and there will be no need for a patient to pay a needless visit to the hospital. These appointments and general queries will be sorted in less time with the help of mHospitals.
VBRI’s vision is to work for the betterment of society and with a product like mHospitals, the organization has surely taken a huge leap in this direction. As mHospitals completes its field trials, it will turn out to be a boon for the general public, especially in the remote areas.