DayToDay Health India (DTDHI), the Indian arm of MIT-headquartered global leader in acute care space, announced today announced that it is extending its footprint in the state of Gujarat by partnering with Ahmedabad’s KD Hospital, for acute and comprehensive care management.
With its remote patient experience and care programs, DTDHI aims at enabling masses to experience gold-standard in acute healthcare. Coming in the times of COVID-19, this association would also enable and promote the comprehensive remote handling of the infected patients from the comforts of their homes.
With over 300 beds and nearly 45 super-specialties, KD Hospital (Kusum Dhirajlal Hospital) is one of the leading private healthcare names in Ahmedabad. This tie-up with DTDHI would equip the hospital in acute and comprehensive care by adopting new-age digitally-enabled human-driven solutions, thereby reducing the burden of re-admissions at the hospital.
On the partnership, Prem Sharma, Founder & CEO, DTDHI said, “Healthcare journey is complex and full of challenges for every patient. Especially, in times like these, the growing anxiety amongst the patients and increasing load on the healthcare providers demands for highly effective, outcome-driven healthcare care programs like ours. Moreover, those who undergo complex surgical procedures need focused post-operative care beyond the confines of the hospital, thereby requiring medically fit, doctor-approved remote care programs. Through our association with KD Hospital, we aim to improve patient outcomes and assist the hospital to enable the entire continuum of care.”
On the association, Dr. Parth Desai, COO, KD Hospital added, “With state-of-the-art facilities and treatments, we are encompassing a wide spectrum of accurate diagnostics and elegant therapeutics created on the philosophical edifice of the patient and ethical centricity ensuring humanistic dispensation. Now, with the support of DTDHI patients will be provided with multiple options for treatment, the most suitable of which is arrived at through a collaborative case assessment approach that decides the best course of treatment for the best outcomes. Given the outbreak scenario and social-distancing norms, patients need continuous and holistic guidance for themselves and along with their caregivers – a feat that will be made possible with DTDHI’s virtual care programs.
“DTDHI, with its patient-centric approach, strives to understand a patients’ every healthcare facet with a customized communication plan. We handhold the patient and provide medical support throughout their pre-and-post operative journey,” he added.