Aircel Introduces Apollo Mobile HealthCare

Aircel the fast growing Pan India telecom operator in the country, today announced the launch of the first Tele Health care delivery, ‘Aircel Apollo Mobile HealthCare’ for the consumers in India in association with the Apollo Hospitals Group which provide “Medical Care” on Mobile anytime anywhere.

With a subscriber base of over 45 million, Aircel, the fifth largest service provider along with Apollo will address Healthcare and reach out to the masses anytime anywhere with the help of dynamic products, i.e. Tele Medicine and Tele Triage to begin with.

Tele Medicine provides interactive health-care in real-time on line utilizing modern technology and telecommunications. This allows the patients to consult physician /specialist over video for immediate health care. Tele Medicine is an invaluable tool in health care as it helps patients to get service from doctors even in remote areas without the need of patient’s physical presence at Doctor’s clinic.

The patient data is collected through various processes like history, data-entry, biometrics and integration of medical equipment. The data is stored and shared between healthcare professionals to diagnose, treat and follow-up be it (regular treatment, post–surgery etc).

Some of the significant benefits are, reduced patient health risks; enhanced access to care for patients living in rural/remote areas; reduced healthcare delivery costs; saves time and travel; minimized hospital admissions and objective and timely clinical information. This will be available at exclusive Aircel Retail outlets and at other Retail outlets as well across India.

Dr Ganapathy, Neurosurgeon, Apollo Hospitals, Dr Pratap C Reddy, Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group, Mr Gurdeep Singh, COO Aircel Ltd & Mr Charles Antony, CEO, HealthNet Global

Tele Triage is a solution to manage patient health concerns and symptoms via a telephone interaction by doctors anytime, anywhere. This service provides a structured medical advice and a disposition based on the symptoms and is available round –the- clock, from qualified Apollo Clinicians. It provides basic health-care at the convenience of your home. It is Low -cost, High- quality innovative health care solution on your Mobile. In case you need Medicine (OTC) then the Doc can have it delivered to you through Apollo Pharmacy. In case of an emergency the Doc can send an ambulance through the Apollo Chain where-ever possible. Also, if you need to set up an appointment with a specialist then the Doc will do the needful.

Mr. Gurdeep Singh, Chief Operating Officer, Aircel said, “It is always our endeavor to provide the best and the most relevant products and services to the masses at large and open to them a world of possibilities. ‘Aircel Apollo Mobile HealthCare’, is going to address the most critical part of our lives i.e. ‘Health’ which is often neglected due to lack of resources and access as there exists a regional imbalance when it comes to Healthcare facilities in the country.

This initiative with Apollo Hospitals Group, will bring a revolution in Healthcare as it provides the best in Medical Care on your Mobile anytime anywhere. We will roll-out our services from Chennai and gradually go Pan India.”

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October 1, 2010 2:02 pm 2:02 PM

@RK
Then They Must Have To Upgrade Their Systems. And One Thing Because of Lack Of Network Engineers in Telecommunication and computers Industry All These Problems are occuring Like Call Drop, Network Congestion Etc

RK
October 1, 2010 11:44 am 11:44 AM

ARJUN C :
And Mr.RK If You Kept Your Mobile and Went away and if Some one Had Used it Then it’s Your Problem

But i m sure, its not happened.
If you know aircel-Kol then you sud know that every time they have problem with their Balance related System.
If you not believe me call Aircel customer care(prepaid) and asked the reason about balance deduction(though it not happen to you),repeatedly they will ask you to wait till 6 hrs.

Amit.g
October 1, 2010 11:41 am 11:41 AM

@Gaurav
no dost still docomo and uninor are not charging. its not TRAI recommendation or else even bsnl would have started charging

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