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HealthSaathi LifeCare Launched App for Home-based services

With everything available at your finger tips, healthcare is also just a click away. Acting as a personalized health companion and provides predictive and preventive solution to combat ill-health and assist in leading a healthy lifestyle for all age-groups recently, HealthSaathi LifeCare has launched its healthcare app to provide home-based services such as genetic tests, child care and elder care takers for residents of Vizag .

Founded by Raja Sekhar and Bhyrav Murthy, HealthSaathi aims to reduce the need of reactive diagnostics and treatment through hospitals, doctors or a diagnostic centres by predicting and preventing possible health issues of people in advance.

About the working of the app – HealthSaathi LifeCare app works in any android phone. once registered and downloaded, the application will explain the different services available in the app. For genetic tests, HealthSaathi offers services related to birth defects, Downs Syndrome, sickle cell anemia, chromosomal disorder and autism. In case of elder care, once the details on medication schedule is fed on the app , the App will be able to either send SMS or Whatsapp alerts to the elderly person to take medicines on time.

For genetic tests, HealthSaathi has tied up with an authorized government testing agency, which can alert pregnant women or parents of newly-born babies of health issues to children. HealthSaathi has also tied up with around 150 care takers, who will be available for customers requiring either child or elderly care. As soon as the requirement for the caretaker is entered into the app, it will identify the most suitable caretaker and send it to the customer.

Meanwhile, the app will be available on IOS very soon.

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Luna Dewan

Luna Dewan

With six years of her journalism experience, Luna Dewan has worked for leading print media like the New Indian Express, Deccan Chronicle and DNA. She has been writing on healthcare, environment and various other civic issues. She is now with as the Assistant Editor.

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