Who we are
The Anhad Model
700 million people of rural India suffer from a lack of access and awareness to quality healthcare.
The Healthcare Sector is one with large, unmet needs; and in dire need for attention. Further, right and timely medical advice in rural India is sparse. This leads to delays in disease diagnosis, by the time action is taken- the situation is a lot worse.
We are a community based organization with a mission to provide primary health care services to the under-served communities in India, thereby improving health outcomes by early detection and evidence-based treatment through telemedicine services. Our solution lies in on-ground interventions & technology.
On-ground outreach support
Imparting education for preventive healthcare helps in awareness building.
Timely diagnosis of key ailments
Thorough early detection by the staff/nurses on ground helps in the long run.
Development of Change Agents
Identifying qualified/trained resources from the communities helps execute interventions effectively.
With one-sixth the number of doctors required in the country and majority of them operating in Top 20 cities, the rural population seeks primary care from unqualified & untrained providers leading to improper treatment.
We solve this lack of medical equitability using telemedicine services, leveraging telecommunication technologies to enable access to primary healthcare in underserved areas.
of health issues diagnosed during community outreach to provide timely action.
Counselling and Referral
of patients to relevant and appropriate healthcare facilities or centres to ensure timely medical action.
Continued Beneficiary Support
from awareness business till treatment (involvement till last mile recovery).
75% people in rural areas look for private hospitals with 62% of the spends being out of pocket.
Households delay treating members who are not earning e.g., women and older people) until the situation is more severe. Also, most of the health care supply is located in urban areas and rural patients often end up wasting a lot of time and money on travel, thus losing a day’s wages, putting them in a debt spiral.
Nurse-assisted digital doctor clinics
We operate ‘Nurse-assisted digital’ e- doctor clinics providing online medical consultations for primary healthcare services bringing specialist doctors under one roof at rural India’s door step
Cost efficient set-ups
Our set-up does not need highly qualified healthcare professionals at the points of care (which are managed by nurses) and shares the more qualified healthcare professionals across multiple points of care, saving thousands of rupees.
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