AI-Powered System for Contactless Remote Patient Monitoring

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Gaurav Parchani, co-founder and CTO, Dozee

According to the WHO standards, there needs to be a doctor-population ratio of 1:1000. However, the current doctor-population ratio in India is only 0.62:1000. The deficit is partially offset by active telemedicine services wherever available, but there is still a huge deficit that needs to be addressed. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of telemedicine and opened up newer opportunities for remote patient monitoring services to percolate down to the far-flung areas where traditional health facilities are non-existent.

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According to a report, the global market for remote patient monitoring systems is expected to reach $16.9 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 18.3% from 2022 to 2030.

Dozee is a health tech startup offering contactless remote patient monitoring (RPM) solutions to more than 216 hospitals across India. It has seen an uptick in business in the last six months and has deployed its platform in over 5,000 beds in hospitals to monitor patients continuously.

"India had just about one lakh ICU beds for more than 1.3 billion population. In a data-driven world, it is possible to use technology to bridge this gap. Dozee helps to monitor patient data as accurately as any advanced medical device," says Gaurav Parchani, co-founder and CTO, Dozee.

In this video interview, Parchani also discusses:

  • Contactless, AI-powered system for remote monitoring of patients out of the ICU;
  • How the AI-powered model works in proactive patient care;
  • Handling data management without compromising on data quality.

Before Parchani started Dozee, he worked with companies such as Altair Engineering. He holds an engineering degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Indore, and has also been featured in Forbes India "30 Under 30" list.

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Smruti Gandhi

Smruti Gandhi

Executive Editor, ISMG

Gandhi has more than a decade of experience in community engagement and incubating industry events. She is extremely proactive in building engagements with communities including CEO, CFOs and CIOs. Prior to joining ISMG, she worked with Dun & Bradstreet and Great Place to Work.

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