Health services platform launched by DrAtHome allows remote tracking of patient health by doctors in real-time, Health News, ET HealthWorld
DrAtHomea Noida-based health-tech startupon February 27 launched an innovative health services platform that enables a patient to access high-quality, clinical consultation with live body vitals from the comfort of one’s home.
The platform connects patients to medical professionals and facilities along with live-streaming of real-time data, providing a seamless experience that prioritizes patient convenience while making healthcare accessible, and convenient for all.
“We aim to enhance the quality and accessibility of healthcare consultations. While video consultations have become quite prevalent, especially post-pandemic, the quality of consultation is frequently not satisfactory for the doctor or patient. This is because no data on medical parameters or diagnosis beyond those managed by the patient through her phone or laptop is available. We have solved this. The platform provides significantly superior quality of consultation and diagnosis, not only to the current format of video consultations but also physical clinical consultations in some cases,” said Shalendra Sinhathe founder and director of DrAtHome, formerly known as ITX Care Private Limited.
The platform connects patients with the doctor of their choice through remote consultations aided by live-streaming of real-time data to the doctor, and a trained nurse to assist the patient and the doctor during the consultation, from the comfort of their homes.
First, the DrAtHome platform assists a patient in getting an appointment with a doctor of choice. The patient can choose to take the consultation from either the care van equipped to facilitate medical consultations in a comfortable atmosphere for the patient; or through the comfort of their home
A nurse assists the patient and the doctor during diagnosis, ensuring that the physician gets all required information, views, and procedures administered. The integrated medical device collects multiple medical parameters such as heartbeat with a live stethoscope, pulse, blood pressure, oxygen levels and even ECG and transmits the data live to the doctor.
With the Live Intraoral Camera, close body observation of the patient is also possible. Furthermore, the patient’s caregivers can also be connected by distance during the consultation. The platform also ensures complete post-consultation assistance through digitized medical records and help in tests and sample collections.
“To make these things possible we have made a machine, software and an application. We have integrated it in the form of a Van and Bike Service which will be operated by trained and qualified people. We have also applied and published the patent ‘A system and a method for remote medical assistance in real-time’,” Sinha said.
According to Dr Raman Kumar, the president of the Academy of Family Physicians of India, “Since the Covid pandemic, telemedicine has become an important medium for healthcare delivery. It enables quick and effective communication allowing both doctor and patient to exchange information in real- time. With a focus on preventive health, the Internet of Things (IoT), along with telemedicine, have created the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), which is set to become crucial in monitoring and preventing illnesses.”