Aster DM Healthcare Unveils State-of-the-Art Telehealth Command Centre in Bengaluru

Aster DM Healthcare's Telehealth Command Centre in Bengaluru

Aster DM Healthcare, one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in the GCC and India, has opened its Telecommand Centre and Digital Health – India office in Bengaluru. This innovative facility aims to revolutionize how healthcare providers deliver remote care to patients worldwide. Equipped with cutting-edge technology and staffed by highly skilled medical professionals, the centre allows doctors and nurses to monitor and treat patients remotely in real-time, offering expert care and guidance from a distance.

Dr. Harsha Rajaram, COO of Aster Digital Health, said, “It is indeed a proud moment to launch a first-of-its-kind command centre that will transform the way healthcare is delivered to patients. The services enhance access to quality healthcare in underserved areas and during times of emergencies. We are also working on embedding advanced data analytics and artificial intelligence capabilities to gain insights and improve the quality of care over time.”

Dr. Azad Moopen, Founder Chairman and Managing Director of Aster DM Healthcare, emphasized the company’s commitment to leveraging technology for seamless healthcare access. “With the new initiative, we can now offer the expertise of our talented medical professionals beyond physical boundaries to patients and professionals across the world,” he said.

The Telehealth Command Centre will serve as the backbone of all telehealth operations in India, offering a range of services such as virtual consultations, remote patient monitoring, teleICU, teleradiology, and telemedicine-enabled interventions. The facility will provide services like teleradiology, teleconsultations, teleICU, and remote monitoring services, leveraging technology to offer all telehealth services under one roof.

Dr. Nitish Shetty, Chief Executive Officer of Aster DM Healthcare (India), expressed excitement about the launch, stating, “The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated how well digital health can make a difference to patient care. We see a great synergy with our existing healthcare portfolio and are further setting up similar centers in Kerala and the Andhra region to further extend our reach to provide quality care.” The company is also planning to launch myAster, an omnichannel offering of all healthcare services in India, in the near future.


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