Certificate Course in Telemedicine

We are starting "Certificate Course in Telemedicine" to Medical professionals in India, Uzbekistan and all other developing countries have limited access and information related to other technical, operational and management aspects. Most of the part in this course is online which ensures easy accessibility by the enrolled medical professionals from anywhere in the world and evaluation with hands on practical training sessions for doctors, to ensure ease of education and working knowledge of telemedicine.

Kread Foundation

Kread Foundation is a charitable trust and one of the leading non-profit organization involved in supporting technological initiatives which creates a positive difference in the educational and healthcare delivery systems in CIS, GCC & SAARC countries. Till now we have educated more than 35000+ doctors internationally between years 2013-2015 by supporting and funding various Continual Medical Education activities.

We have established Remote Primary health centers via mobile telemedicine for the deprived people living in the rural areas in and around Nagpur city in India. Under our initiative of Remote Primary Healthcare Center, the patients in these villages are able to avail health consultation using an advanced telemedicine unit developed by our technology provider - Watchwitz Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Patients from 17 villages consulted in around 100 days of operations with 95%+ success ratio in complete cycle from diagnostics to prescription and blood sampling to delivery of medicines. During our implementation of these Remote Primary Healthcare Centers we have realized that due to lack of information and knowledge about medico- legal obligations, IT and management aspects health care professionals are either not comfortable to adapt technological advancements in the telemedicine.

Medical professionals in India and all other developing countries have limited access and information related to other technical, operational and management aspects. Extensive research and study of statistical data which shows lack of medical facilities in rural and tribal areas and continuous growth in Medical Tourism is reason for shortage of doctors. Telemedicine seems to be only key to overcome this problem but due to lack of awareness and training lesser number of medical professional opt for such technical advancements.