The initiative is aimed to provide access to healthcare
HealthCube, a health tech, point-of-care technology design and manufacturing brand, will be part of the Modi Van initiative. Union home minister Amit Shah recently flagged off the Modi Vans.
Runam Mehta, Chief Growth Officer, HealthCube, said, “It is a proud moment for all of us at HealthCube to become a part of ‘Modi Van’ initiative ensuring healthcare access for all. HealthCube devices are aimed at adding value to the services being provided by healthcare institutions and personnel pan India. Going forward we will also be partnering with many state governments. In this regard, our participation in this initiative is a huge step and one that will enable us to reach out to a large segment of people across the country.”
Modi Vans have been started to offer telemedicine services, online data recording, and diagnostic services, in districts and rural parts of India. With the HealthCube device onboard, these vans will function as a mini OPD. This is the only diagnostic device to be placed in all the upcoming mobile ensuring access to diagnosis and care for all health blocks.