Mission Arogya Health & Technology Research Foundation (Mission Arogya) is operating to strengthen and enhance the existing Healthcare delivery system in urban and rural India to enable all citizens to take control of their health, irrespective of their economic and social status.
Following are the Healthcare toolsets and services provided:
Urban Healthcare ArogyaCare & KMES: ArogyaCare project consists of disease management at home and a centralized, real-time medical emergency system (KMES) for the most densely populated metropolitan city of India, Kolkata. The project was executed in collaboration with R3G Foundation (US), a Florida based non-profit organization which won the Rockefeller Foundation Centennial Innovation Challenge in health care.
Rural Healthcare: Using cohort study design, based on home visits in a rural area (Rajbalhat I and II Gram Panchayat) of the Hooghly district in West Bengal, baseline data on socio-demographic and behavioral factors as well as self-reported (quarterly) symptoms of non-communicable diseases are being collected by questionnaire-based interviews by a Non-Government Organization: Rahimpur Rupayan in collaboration with Mission Arogya since 2012.
ArogyaUDHC (User Driven Health Care): It is a medical learning platform which aims at improved healthcare through clinical problem solving, utilizing concerted experiential learning through conversations between multiple users, primarily patients and health professionals in a care-giving collaborative internet based network.
Research Methodology, Data Management and Analysis Training: The primary goal of this program is to provide guidance to physicians and researchers on methodology and implementation of public health or clinical research. The other goal of this program is to guide them in writing a well composed article for a scientific journal or conference publication and to understand and interpret a research communication.
Income Rs23 lac
Expense Rs22 lac
Source : Audit Report 2015
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