Intelehealth is one of the top 20 startups in Baltimore!

We're so excited to have made the realList 2018 of the top twenty startups in Baltimore!  The realLIST is a roundup of the top companies in Baltimore who have already shown promise by Technical.ly Baltimore. 

Coming in at No. 4 right behind fellow SIL alum FactoryFour (formerly Fusiform) feels incredible. Looking back, 2017 has been a great year. Check out our "2017 - A Year in Review" newsletter highlighting our key achievements.

We couldn't have done it without the efforts of our team members, volunteers, donors and supporters both here in Baltimore and all over the world. We'd like to give a shout out to JHU Center for Bioengineering Innovation and DesignAbell Foundation, Social Innovation Lab, FastForward, Google.org and Black Rock - thank you for believing in our cause!

Stay tuned to this blog for our events and projects for this year!

Read more here: "Here are the 20 best startups in Baltimore right now: realLIST 2018" - Technical.ly Baltimore

 

Telemedicine "Chikitsa Sahayta Kendra" project in Khamar, Odisha

Bringing affordable & quality healthcare to India's villages

Ekal Abhiyan, Arogya Foundation of India, Health Foundation for Rural India along with Intelehealth have launched a pilot telemedicine project in Khamar sanch of Odisha to overcome the barriers faced by villagers from accessing good quality health care. Villagers have to travel far and spend a lot of time and money to see a doctor even for a small health problem. Six women from the village are provided with telemedicine health worker training, smart phones and & a mobile application with which they can connect the patient to specialist doctors in Bhubhaneshwar bringing the best and most affordable care to their doorstep.

The partnership aims to set up 3 telemedicine centers serving 44 villages improving access to care for 50000 people in the pilot year. The aim of the project is to scale up to 60 centers in 600 villages serving 1 million people over 5 years.