Empowering Women in Pakistan by providing access to Telemedicine Healthcare Services.

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Our Government is neglecting the HealthCare Need in Pakistan. Pakistan’s healthcare structure places it close to the bottom of the rankings in the Human Development Index, with a 1 to 1200 doctor-patient ratio. Women are the one who needs good health but in particular, they often lack vital care. According to the different researches, it has concluded that female health is not considered something important and it is truly under-prioritized in our Pakistani community.

InstaCare Empowering the women in Remote Areas Of Pakistan by providing  Telemedicine HealthCare Services

 

From Cultural Taboos to No access to healthcare service providers in rural areas of Pakistan are holding many women back from seeking out healthcare services and getting there all queries answered regarding pregnancies, pre-natal or their body functioning, etc. These factors are a path to serious consequences. For many women, their first and only visit to the hospital is to die.

 

 

Health Facilities in the rural community of Pakistan are in an alarming situation. According to the Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN), more than half of the rural people are deprived of basic health facilities. The patients are left to the mercy of Quacks or Midwives.

Here INSTACARE Telemedicine is playing its role to reach out all such areas with an Aim to make Healthcare Accessible, Affordable and Reliable for all.

 

Access to Telemedicine HealthCare Services has made Women believe in our initiative by getting the best healthcare Services. It is an obvious boon to all women out there who were not able to discuss their issues with doctors or who would have to travel miles away from their villages to visit a medical professional.

 

 

 

We were glad to Know Women’s felt more comfortable to discuss their personal and sensitive issues via telemedicine.

 

INSTACARE Telemedicine has opened the doors for women to access their health care services those were not available to them, particularly to those living in remote areas of Pakistan.