A reliable, comprehensive telewellness initiative for elders with home care, teleconsultation, tele emergency, acute care management was recently launched by Genesis Rehabilitation Services India (GRSI), a leading provider of elder care and rehabilitation services.
As the ageing population increasing much rapidly in India and the geriatric population growing from 7.5 percent in 2001 to 8.6 percent in 2011 and may reach 20 percent by 2050. It is projected that by 2025 the aging population would count nearly 11 percent of the total population in India. Provision of quality assured healthcare services for the elderly population is a challenge that requires a comprehensive approach and strategies.
The TeleWellness Program also aims to address supply-side infrastructure challenges by setting up set up a seamless, reliable, and competent remote infrastructure to help seniors meet their optimal wellness goals.
“In post COVID period digital health can be a key enabler in building an easily accessible support system for the well-being of seniors. Our Program aims to deliver accessible, comprehensive, high-quality, and affordable care. COVID-19 has inspired promising disruptions and increased the acceptability of digital healthcare solutions as a viable alternative to traditional healthcare delivery models,” informed Nanki L Singh, CEO, and MD of GRS India.
Singh also further added that GRSI has identified the need for a more seamless, well-designed, and compassionate one. The program is powered by sophisticated technology, human intervention, and a reliable clinical network.