Shivam Jan Swasthya Evem Sarwangin Vikash Kendra involved in makes it possible to connect health specialists from one end of the world, to patients in the remotest corners - anywhere and anytime. The Common Service Centres, or CSCs, are using telemedicine to provide expert health services to millions of Indians in the remotest parts of the country. The diversity that makes India a beautiful country also makes it a very difficult one for providing public services to all its citizens. 3.2 million sq. kms spanning vast mountain regions, rolling green plains, huge deserts and difficult terrains like the North-eastern region and Jammu & Kashmir, and the far off islands of Andaman & Nicobar and Lakshadweep makes it a nightmare to provide public services to India's primarily rural and geographically distributed population.
A vast country with a population of about 1.2 billion, 72% Indians lives in the rural areas. Here, typically, education levels are low, hence to make people aware of the technologies available today to help them and to get them to feel comfortable with concepts like telemedicine is difficult. Poverty rates are high, spending capacities low so one has to ensure that these services are made very affordable, or completely free of charge, if they are to really benefit the masses.India is an ideal setting for telemedicine with 75% of the qualified medical professionals working in urban areas who have to be connected to the masses, and geography, time, and cost of travel and expenses around medical treatment making good medical care difficult to access. The basic objective behind telemedicine is to serve rural populations. Also, looking at the significant growth in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the recent years, with the internet completely changing the clinical care scenario, the potential for telemedicine is infinite. IT interventions and consultations are being introduced rapidly and on a large scale across healthcare.
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