Public Health Intervention through the Promotion of Telemedicine

Inductus is working with World Health Partners in the capacity development component to promote the concept of Telemedicine in 25 districts of Bihar. The project is supported by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, where Inductus is providing the training component of the project. The following are the main objectives of the project such as:
FUsing state of the art satellite, broadband and computer technology, the    particular project is linking city based doctors with patients living in remote    settings. Contracted local partners manage training, technological support    and delivery of medicines and supplies and supplies to all providers in the    WHP network.
















FThe health services provided by the network include comprehensive preventive and curative care as well as reproductive health and family    planning services.

FFamily planning is provided on an ongoing basis at the shops, telemedicine centers and franchisee clinics -- these providers also help WHP    organize annual transit clinics bringing services close to the clients.

FThe project is using India’s well-established market-distribution system to make non-clinical family planning methods, clinical supplies, and    therapeutic medicines available for purchase at, or close to, the village.

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