Caare is dedicated to providing top-notch patient care and support, supported by a network of skilled healthcare partners. The core of its strategy for offering high-quality care is its commitment to delivering a level of knowledge, training, patient service, and monitoring that is challenging to match in its industry. The startup aims to provide primary health care directly to Elderly & Rural communities in their homes.
Caare is a platform that focuses mostly on rural healthcare and is NHA-approved and
Caare simplifies virtual health services for communities that have the greatest need but also the least access
Most Indians, nearly 70 percent live in small rural communities. With a streamlined solution that can be brought right up to the door of rural communities, the company will be able to access rural and tribal areas because of its creative triage approach. This model has the potential to develop into a full-service telemedicine platform. In contrast to traditional telemedicine, when the patient speaks with the doctor directly, in the Caare model, the patient receives assistance from a local health professional. With the help of service providers including pharmacies and diagnostic facilities as well as a few significant healthcare foundations, the company has effectively implemented its strategy. The state of Karnataka is evaluating Caare's telemedicine-based healthcare solutions for tribal communities.
In addition, Caare will provide rural health professionals with a streamlined mobile app so they may act as a link between rural patients and city-based specialist doctors. The company has developed streamlined technology to make it simple for the health personnel in the villages to use the App. Through making impact investments and CSR donations, it consistently focuses on developing new solutions to meet the needs of underserved populations. “We will soon be improving our platform with a software-only, AIpowered, video-based solution that will make it simple for anyone in need of real-time health data to extract a variety of health indicators from mobile devices and laptops with end-user consent”, concludes Chandramouli.