A Solution to Healthcare Problems

A world without healthcare divide between urban and rural populations

Current Engagements

A business Model that provides health awareness and medical services to Adolescent Gils in Rural Areas of Pakistan through TeleMedicine Technology with Store and Forward Method

  • For the women
  • By the women
  • Of the women

 

  • Implementation and Monitoring of School-based Teacher Trainings for Sindh Reading Program – Chemonics / USAID
  • Conflict mapping and Analysis - British high commission
  • EGRA Baseline Study for Sindh Reading Program – MSI / USAID
  • Malakand Survey Project to collect baseline data for vulnerability assessment / Data mapping on GIS App – ACTED / DFID

How Tele-Health Works?

Most Hele-Health process occurs over specialized videoconferencing equipment with special medical peripheral equipment (EKG, stethoscope, otoscope, special exam cameras) attached to the system. The remote site where the patient is located and the base site physician are most commonly linked together with special high-speed telephone lines or satellite connection. The system is completely interactive meaning that both parties can talk back and forth, carrying on a live, interactive conversation as if they were in the same room face-to-face.Newer telehealth equipment works in a similar manner, however, the foundation for the system is a desktop computer with a special video card. The emergence of computer based telemedicine systems also allows for digital images to be stored and sent to a physician at a later time. This equipment is also less costly.

Benefits of TeleMedicine

  • A motor-cycle with a branded box in the back carrying the kit, medicines and first-aid supplies
  • The PAs are trained to operate this 4 wheel bike and are helped to get their license from the authority.
  • Pas move on these Bikes to examine the patients and to deliver the medicines and other services to the patients’ home.
  • The PA collects the Data of the Community Households and informs about the Service and leaves her contact information and location of her rural clinic, in form of a sticker, which she pastes at a prominent location in the house
  • Awareness messages (SMS or VMB) are sent to the Parents’ Phone
  • Whenever she receives a call for medical help, she visits the patient’s home and populates the EMR on her Tablet