Wednesday October 16, 2019

Saince Launches Healthcare App to Aid Patients, Physicians, Labs to Interconnect with Each Other

"Qural is an integrated platform connecting all stakeholders in healthcare delivery in an intuitive manner"

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Asraf who works on contract in the hospital allegedly prescribed condoms to the woman. Pixabay

Saince, a US-based leading healthcare software solutions company, on Friday introduced ‘Qural’, a free-to-subscribe, comprehensive healthcare mobile and desktop application to aid patients, physicians, pharmacies and labs to interconnect with each other.

The application enables easy and seamless flow of information across and between stakeholders, critical for patients as well as doctors, the company said.

This free-to-use app, is commercially available in app stores from Friday. The application is already having an active subscriber base of 10,000 users and is aiming to add 10 lakh subscribers in next 12 months. The company aims to launch the app in all major metros during the next 90 days.

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“Qural is an integrated platform connecting all stakeholders in healthcare delivery in an intuitive manner,” he said. Wikimedia Commons

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“There are several healthcare apps in the market, but they all operate in a narrow segment, unable to address the complexities involving multiple stakeholder interactions required in healthcare delivery,” said said Raghu Vir, Founder and CEO, Saince Inc.

“Qural is an integrated platform connecting all stakeholders in healthcare delivery in an intuitive manner,” he said. Patients can search for high-quality doctors and book appointments directly. They can also save their family’s medical information in a safe and secure location. Records are also shareable with their doctor through the app. Other utilities include ordering medicines from neighbourhood pharmacy including search option for labs. (IANS)

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President’s Call for Multi-Pronged Approach to Address Healthcare Challenges

Admitting that malnutrition and neglected tropical diseases put severe constraints on the people, Kovind said cleanliness and sanitation

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We need to improve access to health services for the people, said Kovind at a foundation stone-laying event in Karnataka's Varuna village near Mysuru. Pixabay

President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday called for a multi-pronged approach to address the healthcare challenges due to the triple burden of communicable, non-communicable and emerging diseases in the country.

“Though we have achieved a lot over the years, we are challenged by communicable, non-communicable and emerging diseases. We need to improve access to health services for the people,” said Kovind at a foundation stone-laying event in Karnataka’s Varuna village near Mysuru.

Admitting that malnutrition and neglected tropical diseases put severe constraints on the people, Kovind said cleanliness and sanitation were the basic requirement to tackle many health-related issues and diseases.

Addressing a huge gathering at the JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research in the village on the occasion, the President said the healthcare challenges were a fallout of the larger socio-economic problems across the country.

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Though we have achieved a lot over the years, we are challenged by communicable, non-communicable and emerging diseases. Pixabay

“Solutions to meet the health challenges need to be broad-based and multi-pronged. The stakeholders should use the power of modern medicine and traditional knowledge. They must focus on body and mind and involve in prevention and cure,” asserted Kovind.

Set up in 2008, the Academy is a tribute to Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji, whose 104th birth anniversary is being commemorated this year.

Varuna is the home town of former state chief minister and opposition Congress leader Siddaramaiah.

The President is on a three-day visit to the southern state since Thursday to participate in various educational, religious and judicial functions at Mysuru and Bengaluru on Saturday.

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Kovind also visited the Hindu goddess Chammundeshwari Devi temple atop a hill on the outskirts of Mysuru. (IANS)