Finding a good apartment is difficult, but narrowing down on your dream home that is a perfectly suited environment for you and your family could be a hard task to accomplish. It’s imperative that the apartment complex is built to suit all your needs, especially healthcare needs which is the life line of your family.
Healthcare has been focussing on the administrative efficiency and the affordability of treatment for patients. wing to the need for a disruptive healthcare system, Durga’s first Digital Health Enabled Residential complex, Durga Petals provides an unprecedented view into an individual’s personal health choices and physiologic response. This care-enhancing feedback system enables patients to better manage their health, allowing for a more effective collaboration with the clinicians, all while enabling a new information-based innovation.
What Apple did with music, and Amazon did with books, Durga Petals does with the healthcare system. It establishes a highly collaborative, creative space designed to bring together unparalleled network of clinical healthcare professionals working together to make meaningful change in health through scalable and innovative technology.
Situated on the Equator of the IT corridor, Durga Petals is one of a kind residential complex. Enabled with telemedicine facilities on the go, the feature is poised to have a ground-breaking impact on the life quality of the residents regardless of their age group. Let’s understand how.
Sameer Arora (39), Vice-President (Flipkart) lives with his wife Bhavna (33), son Abish (7) and father Mohan Arora (71) in a 3 BHK apartment at Durga Petals. He has migraine issues and his father is diabetic.
The relevance of Durga Petals’ Digital Healthcare System for:
Working Professionals: Owing to Sameer’s migraine issues, his physician recommends a diet and an exercise regime, but his busy life and his lack of time to schedule his appointments with his physician deteriorate his health. With the help of Petals Telemedicine Centre, his schedules are set by the telemedicine provider, medicines reach to his doorstep on time, and he gets timely notifications to get his check-ups done regularly.
Children: Abish, son of Sameer gets injured while playing with his friends one fine day, and requires first-aid assistance. The residents report the injury to the Telemedicine Centre, which arranges for medicines from a nearby medical shop prescribed by the doctors digitally and supplies it to their home to help Abish recover sooner.
Durga Petals aims to bring technology to the rescue, scale healthcare, and improve the relationships between the triangle of professionals, institutional facilities, and patients to help them bring a movement of change.