How 3000–4000 patients in remote villages will get cured by telemedicine
Dr. KR Shroff Foundation (KRSF), a not-for-profit organization located in Ahmedabad, has teamed up with Gram Seva Trust (GST), an NGO established in Kharel village of the Navsari district, to develop a telemedicine service to provide healthcare to the most isolated tribal areas.
- Telemedicine will be available to 25 villages in the Dang district in Gujarat.
- This initiative will work as complementary to physical hospitals across this region and is expected to improve patient care and doctors’ efficiency
- GST- Gram Seva Trust caters to around 3000-4000 patients every month with existing physical hospitals however with the telemedicine initiative they expect to cater to 6000-8000 patients a month
- The telemedicine initiative will improve patient healthcare and doctors’ productivity using AI and machine learning models of patient history and provide better consultations in less time
- To ensure this initiative is successful, KRSF will support 25 health workers, project coordinators, and doctors– one in each village with medical instruments and financial assistance
GRAM SEVA TRUST (GST) – Website – //gramseva.org/
Dr. K. R. Shroff Foundation (popularly known as KRSF – Website – //www.krsf.in/
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