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NirogStreet launches tech enabled tool to boost Ayurvedic healthcare

NirogStreet Vaidya Tool will serve as a knowledge pool for Ayurvedic practitioners as it also provides the unique feature of access to 250+ diseases treatment protocol, diet and lifestyle modifications in details, Prakruti Parikshana and Suvarna P

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With the power of integrated technology, NirogStreet, India’s first technology led Ayurveda platform to make Ayurveda mainstream, is brining authentic and trustworthy Ayurvedic healthcare up to speed with modern healthcare requirements. NirogStreet has launched “NirogStreet Vaidya Tool” a specialised SaaS based software for Ayurvedic practitioners and clinics and hospitals.

The ancient science and healthcare discipline, Ayurveda is an effective and one of the most sustainable healthcare systems in the world. But, the biggest challenge that Ayurveda has faced is lack of knowledge sharing and documenting evidence based treatment resulting in loosing of precious knowledge and trust.

No technology was available for Indian Ayurveda practitioners, till recent times, which could assist them resolve everyday problems encountered in practice. But now NirogStreet Vaidya Tool software enables them to create and manage patient records, patient follow-up, medicine prescription, bills and manage inventory and medicine stock among other related facilities.

NirogStreet Vaidya Tool will also serve as a knowledge pool for Ayurvedic practitioners as it also provides the unique feature of access to 250+ diseases treatment protocol, diet and lifestyle modifications in details, Prakruti Parikshana and Suvarna Prashan records. Investigation records of patients can also be maintained with the software. First time in India more than 100 senior and renowned Ayurvedic practitioners in the country have shared their experiences and knowledge to develop this software.

NirogStreet will provide Vaidya Tool complementary to all Ayurveda practitioners across the country. This will empower more than 5.5 lakh Ayurveda practitioners in the country by making their practice, hospitals and clinics technology enabled. Enabling Ayurveda treatment ecosystem can take it to new levels and help in sharing the benefits of Ayurveda healthcare with the world.

Speaking about the launch, Ram N Kumar, Founder, NirogStreet said,”Our vision is to make Ayurveda the first call of treatment not just in India but across the globe. With Vaidya Tool, we have given Ayurveda healthcare the avatar which the 21st century understands, recognises and is comfortable to use. Technology enabling will open opportunities to document, preserve and structure the valuable knowledge of Ayurveda, enable knowledge sharing among practitioners, encourage evidence based authentic ayurvedic treatment and capacity building of the ecosystem. We believe that India can lead the revolution of global healthcare systems by enabling technology in Ayurveda.”

NirogStreet is closely working with Ayurvedic practitioners community, institutions and policymakers to advance Ayurvedic research and collaboration with modern medical technologies, to make this ancient treatment science more result oriented and trusted. Spiral Ventures (Japanese venture fund) backed NirogStreet has aggressive plans to certify 5,000 Ayurveda practitioners and clinics by FY 2020. NirogStreet not only aims to create awareness and make effective Ayurvedic treatment accessible to all but also intend to combat the issue of fake Ayurvedic medicines and faulty Ayurvedic treatment being dispensed in the market by quacks.

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