Intel helping healthcare reach rural Karnataka

11 Dec

Global chip maker Intel has initiated a joint telemedicine programme to take benefits of healthcare to rural Karnataka in association with the state government, a senior company official said today.

“We have provided IT infrastructure and offsite technical resources at the Angodu primary healthcare centre and Harihara taluk hospital in Davangere district to bring healthcare benefits to the rural population through telemedicine,” Intel South Asia director Gopal Swaminathan said in a statement here.

State-run Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) pioneered telemedicine facility in 2001 to deliver healthcare services in remote, distant and under-served regions across the country using its communications satellite transponders and IT with biomedical engineering and medical sciences.
Indian IT bellwether Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and S.N. Informatics Ltd have also joined Intel to enhance the scope of clinical diagnostics.,75.932007&sspn=1.332228,1.766052&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Davanagere,+Karnataka&ll=14.45372,75.91893&spn=5.594042,7.064209&z=7&output=embed
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