Indian Pharmaceutical Company Considers Kirovograd Region As A Pilot Site In Implementing Telemedicine



Indian Pharmaceutical Company Considers Kirovograd Region As A Pilot Site In Implementing Telemedicine

 
 

This issue has become a pretext for the First Deputy Head Andrew Nikolayenko heads of regional and city health departments, the chief physician of the regional hospital and a representative of the Indian pharmaceutical company Bravo Pharmaceutical Private Ltd, has chosen to implement Kirovograd new direction of medical science and practice – telemedicine. According to CEO Parveen Sachdeva, the company not only successfully operating in the pharmaceutical market a few decades, but also actively engaged in the development and implementation of IT technologies, such as telemedicine. In this area, the company has established cooperation with Denmark and India in the queue – Ukraine. Presenting the goals and objectives of the project, Parveen Sachdeva said that the company intends to set up in every region of Ukraine telemedicine centers that work closely with leading capital and foreign hospitals. The first such center should earn in Kirovograd at one of the hospitals. Besides the main purpose telemedicine center – providing remote medical aid for a patient, the method used for the exchange of invaluable experience in research and scientific developments are held training medical personnel. Realizing that not all citizens are aware of the new technology in the treatment of its uniqueness, CEO campaign the first step in the project sees extensive outreach, particularly among residents of remote villages, which will focus the first phase of the project. For the operational definition of the diagnosis in the village call immigrate mobile diagnostic groups that act as mini-clinic and depending on the nature of the survey via satellite directing them it results in the center, and then – in hospitals higher level. Of course, the implementation of this project will require its investors solid investment, but Parveen Sachdeva said that the range of services in the field of telemedicine cost patients definitely cheaper than the cost of travel to Kyiv or abroad. Deputy Head Andrew Nikolaenko expressed interest in working with a foreign company in improving quality of care. The official also said that in Kirovohrad region this year have already started to apply treatment using telemedicine, particularly in the perinatal center. – I am confident that together we will find opportunities for the project – concluded Andrew Nikolaenko.