Under the Village Social Transformation Foundation (VSTF), nearly 16000 families across 40 villages in Maharashtra will receive real-time healthcare advice with medical practitioner and field experts through a digital cloud infrastructure.
The initiative by the Maharashtra government is aimed towards the upliftment of the rural population by focussing on the essentials like education, women empowerment, child nutrition and healthcare, among others.
Clinivantage Healthcare solutions was awarded the contract from the Maharashtra government. They have started building the required infrastructure and will soon provided digital healthcare facilities in villages.
Dr. Abhay Chopada, co-founder, Clinivantage said “The biggest challenge in healthcare in India is the unavailability of doctors in the rural areas. As a country too, we have a huge gap between the required doctors to patient’s ratio. With Clinivantage, it is our effort to build a digital infrastructure that surpasses this gap and provides real time healthcare services across all possible areas with trained medical professionals.”