HealthNet Global Introduces Groundbreaking Tele-ICU Program at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Pusa Road, Delhi, Redefining Critical Care

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New Delhi, 10th April, 2024: HealthNet Global (HNG), a trailblazing HealthTech innovator, is proud to announce the launch of its cutting-edge Tele-ICU program at the grand inauguration of Apollo Spectra Hospital in Pusa Road, Delhi. This groundbreaking initiative marks a significant advancement in critical care, revolutionizing the delivery of intensive care services.

The inauguration ceremony, scheduled for 5th April, 2024, will be graced by esteemed guests including the legendary tennis player Sania Mirza as the Chief Guest for the occasion, along with and Shri. M. B. N. Rao, Chairman of the Board Apollo Health & Lifestyle Limited. Other distinguished guests include Mr. Sriram Iyer, CEO of Apollo Health & Lifestyle Limited andDr. Sathya Sriram, CEO of Preventive Health, Apollo Hospitals

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The Tele-ICU program utilizes state-of-the-art technology to provide seamless remote monitoring and expert medical intervention, transcending geographical barriers to provide uninterrupted critical care services. The advent of Tele-ICU facilities in India has emerged as a significant boon to medical management, particularly in rural sectors where access to professional and high-quality healthcare services was previously limited. This innovative approach has not only expedited the decision-making process regarding patient transfers to hospitals with superior facilities but has also alleviated the financial burden on patients associated with such transfers.

“At HNG, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of healthcare excellence,” stated Vikram Thaploo, CEO of HealthNet Global. “The launch of the Tele-ICU program at Apollo Spectra heralds a new era in critical care, where advanced technology meets compassionate healthcare. Our aim is to enhance the quality of care and save lives by bringing expert medical attention directly to patients, regardless of their location. This initiative underscores our commitment to delivering high-quality medical services and transforming the landscape of intensive care. By leveraging state-of-the-art telemedicine solutions, we strive to bridge the gap in critical care access and ensure that every patient receives timely and expert medical attention, thus setting new standards for healthcare delivery.”

Ms. Rupinder Kaur, Chief Operating Officer – Spectra & Secondary Care Partner Network, Apollo Spectra Hospital, expressed her excitement about the collaboration. “This marks our second partnership with HNG, after the launch of the Tele-ICU program at our Chirag Enclave facility in Delhi. We are thrilled to collaborate with them to introduce the Tele-ICU program at Apollo Spectra Hospitals in this brand new facility at Pusa Road too,” said Ms. Kaur. “This initiative aligns with our mission to provide top-quality healthcare services to our patients. The Tele-ICU program enables us to deliver enhanced critical care services, ensuring immediate access to expert medical attention for our patients. We are confident that this will further strengthen our commitment to excellence in healthcare.”

HealthNet Global (HNG) and Apollo Spectra Hospitals are committed to leveraging technology to bridge geographical gaps and provide accessible, top-tier critical care services to patients across the region. Through this collaboration, they aim to revolutionize the delivery of intensive care, ensuring that patients receive timely and expert medical attention, regardless of their location. By harnessing the power of telemedicine and advanced healthcare solutions, HNG and Apollo Spectra strive to set new benchmarks in critical care, ultimately improving patient outcomes and enhancing healthcare accessibility for all.