Is India At A Technological Revolution In The Wellness Space?

Rajesh Mundra, CEO, Truworth Wellness
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
 Rajesh Mundra, CEO, Truworth Wellness
Truworth Wellness is one of India's leading digital health & wellness company offering a complete suite of online and offline products and services in the areas of health risk assessment, biometric screening & diagnostics, nutrition & fitness coaching, chronic disease management, pregnancy care, and stress management, to name a few.

Technology is an essential part of our lives today, the importance of which is undeniable in the fast- led tech - driven world. The human dependence on technology is unmatched. Advancement in technology in this era has shown marked increase in productivity and also ensures efficiency in work and ease. The emergence of information technology in India has served as a catalyst in technology to reach to the masses. The web has made the world a close-knit market.

Technology has efficiently changed the manner in which healthcare services are being delivered in India. The private sector has primarily aided technology adoption in the Indian healthcare segment. Technological solutions have become an integral part of process management, patient care and the management information system (MIS) in hospitals, clinics and amongst health & wellness platforms. This has largely helped to optimize costs and effectively manage operations. According to research firm Gartner, expenditure on information technology products crossed $1.2 billion in 2015.

A lot of companies in the health and wellness space have also started using varied advanced technological solutions.These solutions include wearable devices, healthy meal deliveries, doctor consultations, weight loss programs, health products fulfillment, medicine deliveries, and so on.

When it comes to adapting a healthy behavior, new-age consumers are also keen on using technologically-enabled fitness devices. Such wearable devices enable them to accurately measure their daily levels of activity. With the help of calorie counting applications, they can now correlate their daily food intake with activity levels to get a better insight about their daily lifestyles.

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