The Caare Assisted Telemedicine app
Simplifies virtual health services for communities that have the greatest need but also the least access.
We welcome nurses, counselors, ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers, lab technicians, pathologists, or any other community health workers to join us.
Rural Indian patients have to travel long distances to access basic and specialist medical treatment.
Our rural telemedicine clinics have helped reach last-mile communities, reduced their distance to quality healthcare, and provided a safe environment to have their needs addressed.
Nearly 75% of Indians live in rural villages, and yet more than 75% of Indian doctors are based in cities. Our aim is to bridge this rural-urban disparity.
Our network of doctors, specialists and hospitals in urban cities ensures that patients receive credible and reliable medical advice.
Meet the Health Worker and he or she will schedule a video consultation with the online Senior Doctor based on the need.
Local Health Worker, who are experienced healthcare professionals, will ask questions and take vitals to share with online Senior doctors in real-time.
Together, the Patient will video chat with Local Health Worker and the Senior doctor who will provide care, offer a treatment plan, and prescribe medication.
People have used virtual health care visits or telemedicine services more than ever since the COVID-19 outbreak began. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Rural communities.
The app helps patients to connect with doctors and explain them the health issues with the help of Rural Medical Practitioners (RMPs). In telemedicine system, patients can interact with doctors directly,
We're currently enhancing our Mobile App and Web App with an AI-powered, video-based, software-only solution that will enable any one in need of real-time health data to easily extract a wide range of health indicators from mobile phones / laptops with end-user agreement.
Since the camera found on every typical smart device serves as the sensor for measuring vital signs, Caare’s incredible compliance is realized (mobile phone, tablet, laptop). This implies that when a person is using a smart device, vital signs may be monitored entirely contactless, passively, and automatically. The user just must keep their face in the camera’s field of view for 40 seconds.
Red “micro blushes” appear on our skin when our hearts beat. Caare’s algorithms, which are undetectable by human sight, collect these minute colour changes, clean the signals, and translate them into vital sign data.
Photoplethysmography (PPG), which is now employed in finger pulse oximeters, is the foundation of our approach. The wiring clip, which is commonly used by physicians to assess pulse, is applied to your fingertip. Caare has developed the science by employing rPPG, or remote photoplethysmography, which makes Caare completely contactless.
PPG is a non-invasive device that measures the volumetric variations of blood circulation by using a light source and a photodetector at the skin’s surface. Remote PPG (rPPG) is a PPG technological progression that does not require physical touch, instead relying on ambient light reflected from the skin and collected remotely by a CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) camera. The collected color signals can then be filtered using AI techniques like Independent Component Analysis (ICA).
When a patient stares at a tablet or smartphone, the camera detects changes in the skin by reflecting light off blood vessels in the hypodermis. The camera’s data are then transformed into red, green, and blue (RGB) values and transmitted to the cloud at a rate of 30 times per second.
These RGB data are then subjected to independent component analysis, signal processing, and Caare’s algorithms before being returned as vital signs readings.
Caare offers a single set of measurements—currently necessitated by many devices—in under 40 seconds.
With Caare’s technology, patients and consumers may have their non-contact static health monitored without the use of extra equipment thanks to the widespread use of mobile phones and tablets.
Providing basic healthcare to Rural & Senior communities directly in their homes is the goal of our Start Up.
We at Caare will empower the Health workers in Rural areas & Senior Communities with our simplified Mobile App so that they can become a bridge between the Patient and the Specialist Doctor. A Health worker at the patient home can simplify the process for the patients and doctor can get crucial vitals of patients allowing them to give a better treatment plan.
Caare is committed to providing high-quality patient care and service, backed by a network of knowledgeable healthcare partners. Our dedication to delivering a level of knowledge, training, patient service, and monitoring that is difficult to match in our business is at the heart of our approach to providing high-quality treatment.
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