Uphealth Opens India’s First Digitally Enabled
Acute-care Hospital

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News Desk, News Nation 360 : UpHealth, Inc. (NYSE: UPH) has opened the first digitally-enabled hospital in the Indian state of Nagaland. The hospital, called HelloLyf HX, is the first facility of its kind and a revolutionary re-thinking of traditional hospitals with a state-of-the-art climate-resilient design vetted and approved by the acclaimed Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. The hospital was officially inaugurated on Nov. 12, in Nagaland, India, by the state’s Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio. The Nagaland hospital represents the first such hospital that UpHealth constructed. Many such hospitals are planned across India, with many more scoped for Africa with aggressive timelines. UpHealth is also exploring the possibility of similar hospitals in rural and underserved areas of the United States. Sabahat

Azim, CEO, International of UpHealth stated that after years of development and design, they have completed the stack for healthcare from primary to tertiary acute care. With this piece, their vision has come to life. Their dream has been to provide the best possible healthcare at a reasonable cost and rapid development and construction time to underserved areas. they can enable the delivery of healthcare to anyone, anywhere at the lowest cost and bridge the physical world with a digital platform. They were told many times that it could not be done. Today, their doors are open, and they are very pleased to see their dream become reality. Chief Minister Rio commented that the project was carried out by the UpHealth system, privately. They have my congratulations and his appreciation and he thanks them from all the people of the state.

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Report : Anustup Kundu