Health care is still in short supply in the country’s rural areas. There are government healthcare facilities, however, there is always a staff shortage. Even if there is staff, the building and patients are not well furnished. Ayush Atul Mishra, a young man, is continually fighting to save the common people from such difficulties.
To strengthen health services in rural areas, Ayush Atul Mishar is bridging the shortage of hospitals and doctors with the help of e-clinics. So that patients can get better and cheaper treatment in their own village. He is providing health facilities to the rural areas of India through the facility of telemedicine.
Ayush Atul informed that as per the IMARC report, the Indian telemedicine market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 30 percent between 2022 and 2027. India is a huge country, in which a huge population lives. However, the same resources are not available to all the people in the country.
There is a vast difference in the lifestyle of the population living in the developed regions and the less developed regions. In view of the increasing system of telemedicine in India, many changes have also come. Changes in the technology of health care have given many facilities to patients.
Even during the Corona period, all the health services were based on telemedicine and e-clinics only. Because in view of the corona infection, patients of other diseases were also not able to meet the doctors. In such times, many telemedicine platforms came to the aid of the patients. Out of which Tattvan E-Clinic is one. It is working to rapidly spread health care services in the villages of Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar.