One issue that more people should care about, is healthcare access and equity in rural areas. Despite advances in healthcare technology and delivery, remote rural areas often face significant disparities in access to quality healthcare compared to urban areas. This can result in delayed or inadequate care for rural populations, leading to adverse health outcomes and increased healthcare disparities.
We welcome nurses, counselors, ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers, lab technicians, pathologists, or any other community health workers to join us.
Access to quality healthcare remains a challenge for rural communities in India, with many patients facing long journeys to receive basic and specialist treatment.
Our telemedicine clinics are addressing this issue by bringing healthcare services to last-mile communities, reducing the distance for patients to access quality care, and providing a safe and secure environment for their needs to be met.
Nearly 75% of Indians live in rural villages, and yet more than 75% of Indian doctors are based in cities. Our aim is to bridge this rural-urban disparity.
Our network of doctors, specialists and hospitals in urban cities ensures that patients receive credible and reliable medical advice.
Caare's partnerships and health camps have helped to improve healthcare access in rural communities, treating hundreds of patients in need. Our efforts not only improve the health and wellbeing of these patients but also bridge the gap in healthcare access and services in these underserved areas.Donate today
Meet the Health Worker and he or she will schedule a video consultation with the online Senior Doctor based on the need.
Local Health Worker, who are experienced healthcare professionals, will ask questions and take vitals to share with online Senior doctors in real-time.
Together, the Patient will video chat with Local Health Worker and the Senior doctor who will provide care, offer a treatment plan, and prescribe medication.
People have used virtual health care visits or telemedicine services more than ever since the COVID-19 outbreak began. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Rural communities.
The app helps patients to connect with doctors and explain them the health issues with the help of Rural Medical Practitioners (RMPs). In telemedicine system, patients can interact with doctors directly,
At Caare, we believe that every person, regardless of their location or circumstance, deserves access to quality healthcare. That’s why our mission is to bring basic healthcare directly to the homes of rural and senior communities.
By connecting healthcare providers in these underserved areas with specialists through our streamlined mobile app, our ground-breaking telemedicine platform empowers healthcare professionals there. Healthcare professionals are now able to give doctors important patient vitals for better treatment planning, resulting in a more effective and efficient treatment process.
Our commitment to offering the best possible patient care and service is backed by a network of reliable healthcare partners. The foundation of our strategy is our dedication to offering unrivaled knowledge, training, and patient care in our sector.
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