Neurosynaptic Communication Private Limited (NCPL)

Primary Healthcare

Samridh support

Through SAMRIDH’s blended financing product – a ‘returnable grant’ – Neurosynaptic Communications Private Limited (NCPL) has been able to expand its production capacity, enhance its technology, and cover operational expenses to generate revenue. The grant repayment period and method has been customized to serve the financial needs of NCPL and ensure its financial sustainability in the long run.

Geographical Focus
  • Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Madhya Pradesh
Potential Impact
  • Reach

    600,000+


    lives

70
%

of the population lives in rural areas [1]

80
%

of government hospital beds cater to only 30% (mostly urban) of the total population [2]

31

per cent of rural population travels over 30km for treatment [3]

India suffers from a severe shortage of nurses, technicians, and other healthcare workers. A FICCI and KPMG report stated that there has been a rapid decline in nurses in India especially in the last 3 years. Similarly, there has also been a sharp decline in the number of surgeons in the healthcare landscape as well. This pinch is especially prominent in PHCs in Rural areas where there has been a growth of only 4% in the last decade, similarly the percentage of community specialists and nursing midwives in PHCs has not seen much growth in the last decade. With so many challenges piling up, the last mile access to healthcare in India has taken a severe hit. Technologically driven solutions are the only way to bridge the gap and reduce the burden on healthcare systems in India.

e-health and m-health technology solutions

Neurosynaptic Communications has created ReDeMi Nova ™ Kits, an indigenously developed telemedicine solution with a ground service kit. These kits are linked to a comprehensive end-to-end telemedicine platform providing home care, screening, doctor consultation and on-call nurses and technicians. The platform can diagnose up to 40 common health issues. The kit is designed as a briefcase that is carried by designated healthcare providers for community screening. The platform includes provisions to develop electronic medical record (EMR), conduct Video/Audio conferencing and maintain workflows for telemedicine consultation, screenings as well as second opinions with specialists.

  • Provide quality and affordable healthcare through Telemedicine technology, point of care diagnostics, and Management Information System (MIS).
  • Provide easy access to primary and specialist healthcare and reduce household spending & time on travel.
  • Develop a sustainable, replicable, and scalable cost-effective Tele-healthcare model.
  • Develop an effective mechanism to monitor the day-to-day operational and implementation aspects of the intervention through a dashboard and real-time data.