We have been fortunate in having DigiHealth Platform working with us at Karunashraya to help develop IT based solutions for use in Palliative Care.

This has been in three different areas, viz:

a) developing a smartphone mobile app containing information on the treatment and management of some sixteen common problems in Palliative care.

Based in ten modules, this provides speedy and relevant information to non-specialist doctors, especially in rural areas. It is available on both Android and iOS platforms.

b) Cloud-based support for learning for those participants on our many training programmes

c) developing suitable mobile technology to help our home care teams to document and  track symptoms for patients at home. This will  improve our ability to respond promptly and modify medications as necessary.

Without the inputs fro DigiHealth Platform, this would not have been possible.

Their friendly, enthusiastic approach, willingness to be flexible, understand the problems and design appropriate solutions has led to excellent partnership working. They are thoroughly professional, very approachable, meticulous in detail and it has been a delight to undertake collaborative work with them.

We look forward to a fruitful ongoing mutually beneficial relationship.

Dr Jeremy Johnson
BSc (Hons), MBChB, FRCP (London), FRCR (Oncol)

DigiHealth Platform has been working with Bangalore Baptist Hospital in developing technology based solutions to deal with the health challenges in resource constrained settings in and around Bangalore.

They have helped develop a mobile diagnostic kit that could be used by non-health professionals at field level, geo-mapping of a slum we work in and developed Cardio-connect, a mobile-app that would diagnose heart attacks and enable reducing the time it takes to reach a hospital.

I’ve found them to be thoroughly professional in their approach with a willingness to understand the problem and design appropriate solutions. We look forward to a continued mutually beneficial partnership with them.

Dr. Gift Norman
Deputy Director and Head, Division of Community Health Bangalore Baptist Hospital

We have been working with DHP for our technology related solutions in the KIDROP program (i.e. telemedicine program for Retinopathy of Prematurity screening in rural areas). Given the fact that the field is rapidly evolving and our needs frequently change, the team at DHP is able to adapt quickly and customize their platform to suit our requirements.
We are looking forward to continuing to collaborate with them.

Dr. Anand Vinekar, MD, FRCS, PhD
Prof. & Head, Department of Pediatric Retina & Program Director, KIDROP Narayana Nethralaya Eye Institute, Bangalore, India