Announces AI-powered uninterrupted health monitoring solution to monitor patients anywhere in India
LifeSigns announced the launch of its pioneering technology solution, which will transform access and affordability of timely healthcare in India’s most remote rural areas. LifeSigns’ solution for the first time, provides 24×7 real-time, uninterrupted streaming of patient data to doctors and healthcare professionals, whether the patient is at home, in the ambulance or at the hospital. The company will now deploy remote patient monitoring solutions in 1000 rural and tier III cities across India, in the next 1000 days.
LifeSigns also announced a strategic partnership with RailTel Corporation, a leading provider of optic fibre network services. LifeSigns will leverage RailTel’s optic fibre cable network spanning more than 62,000 km to provide enhanced connectivity across rural India, enabling remote monitoring of patients.
Hari Subramanian, Founder and CEO, LifeSigns said, “At LifeSigns, we are driven by the purpose to make patient vital data, timely accessible and affordable and to leverage next-gen technology to address healthcare disparities in underserved regions. People living in rural and remote areas face 2-3 times higher preventable mortality rates than those who live in urban India. Our technology solution is powered by an advanced alert algorithm to function effectively in India’s most remote rural corners, without missing even a single heartbeat of a patient, and this is what makes it unique. We trust that this is another step forward in our mission to ensure equitable healthcare access.”
Speaking on the partnership with RailTel he added, “We are happy to have found a partner in RailTel, the country’s one of the largest telecom network infrastructure providers. The partnership will enable us to immediately leverage RailTel’s extensive optic fibre networks to be able to implement the solution in rural areas and tier 3 cities. We are thankful to RailTel, for having partnered with us in this mission, to develop the healthcare infrastructure for rural India.”