Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission

i-medicus Accelerating India’s Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM)

India’s healthcare ecosystem is undergoing a digital transformation journey. The  Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM), launched in 2018, aims to make healthcare services more accessible and affordable for India’s 1 Billion+ people. 

i-medicus is committed to accelerating the ABDM. As a pioneering online telehealth services provider

i-medicus integrates seamlessly with ABDM functionalities, redefining how healthcare is accessed and delivered across the nation.

Understanding ABDM

ABDM is a one-of-a-kind nationwide digital healthcare initiative. Its key components are:

  • Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) numbers: Personal 12-digit health IDs for lifelong health records.
  • Health Records Platform: A central place securely storing and managing electronic medical records.
  • Interoperable Standards: Rules ensuring different healthcare systems can talk to each other seamlessly.
  • Apps and Services: A platform supporting digital healthcare services, like appointments and consultations.

The ABDM goal is to make healthcare work better for everyone, making it easier to get and more focused on patients.

What makes i-medicus ABDM-Ready?

At the core of i-medicus’s mission is a commitment to leveraging ABDM for the benefit of patients and healthcare providers alike. Let’s delve into how i-medicus aligns with ABDM:

Integration with ABHA Numbers and Health Records Platform

i-medicus seamlessly integrates with ABHA numbers. This integration ensures that individuals’ electronic medical records are securely linked, streamlining access for authorized healthcare providers nationwide.

ABDM-Compliant Features and Services

i-medicus telehealth solutions for healthcare are designed with ABDM compliance in mind. All platform features and services follow the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill, Health Information Standards and Guidelines (HISG), and International Standards such as HIPAA and HL7-FHIR.

Benefits for Patients and Healthcare Providers

Let’s explore how i-medicus is making a difference for both patients and healthcare providers.

For Patients: Easy and Convenient

  • Quick Access: Log in fast and get started easily.
  • Appointment Control: Book, change, or cancel appointments effortlessly.
  • Visit Tracking: Keep tabs on your healthcare visits.
  • Care Connection: Connect directly with your care team for personalized support.
  • Smooth Payments: Handle payments easily within the app.
  • Health Records: Access and manage your medical records whenever you need them.
  • Direct Calls: Communicate directly with your healthcare team.
  • Time-Saving: Save time with e-prescriptions, instant appointments, and quick record access.

For Health Service Providers: Simplifying Operations

  • Effortless Access: Log in easily and manage everything from a central dashboard.
  • Appointment Organization: Streamline waiting rooms and keep appointments organized.
  • Flexible Scheduling: Control your time with customizable schedule slots.
  • Clear Communication: Enhance patient interactions with video and audio calls.
  • Financial Insight: Get quick revenue insights and access payment records.
  • Privacy Assurance: Rest easy with HIPAA compliance, ensuring patient privacy.
  • Operational Efficiency: Save over 20 hours a week with streamlined tools.

How i-medicus Ensures Data Privacy and Security

When it comes to digital healthcare access in India or anywhere else, data privacy and security are non-negotiable. i-medicus takes these concerns seriously, aligning with the core principles of ABDM to ensure patient information remains confidential, secure, and accessible only to authorized entities.

Security by Design:

i-medicus telemedicine for providers integrates ABDM’s “Security by Design” philosophy at its core. The platform is HIPAA-compliant and uses strong access controls. It keeps a record of everything it does, stopping anyone from getting in without permission.

Patient – Centredness:

Empowering patients is central to i-medicus. In alignment with ABDM, individuals retain complete control over their health data. Through sophisticated consent management mechanisms embedded in the system, patients decide what information to share, with whom, and for what purposes.

Data Minimization:

ABDM’s emphasis on data minimization echoes i-medicus’s practices. The platform collects only the essential data required for effective healthcare delivery. This dual focus not only reduces the risk of data breaches but also lightens the burden on providers and patients in managing extensive medical records.

Compliance with Regulations:

Adherence to stringent data privacy regulations is a cornerstone of i-medicus’s commitment. In tandem with ABDM, i-medicus complies with the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill and other relevant laws. This ensures legal safeguards for patient data and establishes mechanisms for redressal in case of privacy violations.

Read Also: Regulatory Crossroads: Shaping the Future of Telehealth

How i-medicus meets Interoperability Standards in ABDM?

i-medicus easily fits into the ABDM plan by using widely accepted standards called FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources). This helps i-medicus share health information securely and easily with other ABDM-friendly healthcare systems.

Federated Architecture:

ABDM’s federated model finds resonance in i-medicus’s architecture. Patient information stays safe by keeping it close to where it comes from, usually with healthcare providers. This way of storing data not only gives more control but also lowers the chances of big problems if there’s a breach.

Interoperability Framework:

i-medicus follows the rules set by the National Health Authority (NHA) for how different systems can work together. These rules make sure that sharing information is easy and follows a clear plan. It helps everyone in the ABDM group communicate better and use the same standards for sharing data.

Continuous Improvement:

Recognizing the evolving nature of healthcare technologies, i-medicus ensures that interoperability standards are continuously updated. This commitment to constant improvement guarantees that the ABDM framework remains adaptable and future-proof.

In essence, i-medicus isn’t merely a participant in ABDM; it’s a guardian of data privacy, ensuring that every interaction within its platform adheres to the highest standards of security and patient-centricity.

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Is the i-medicus platform mobile-friendly?

Yes, the i-medicus platform is designed to be easily accessible on mobile devices, providing convenient healthcare solutions anytime, anywhere.

Are there any hidden costs or charges?

i-medicus believes in transparency. We offer clear pricing structures, ensuring users know exactly what to expect.

Can I book a free demo?

Yes, we do offer a demo on demand. Simply fill out this form and our team will schedule it at your preferred time. 

How can I get started with i-medicus?

Getting started with i-medicus is easy. Simply download the app, register your service, and you are all set to use the platform. 

Do you offer 24*7 support?

Yes, our team is available 24/7. We assist with any questions or technical assistance you may need.

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