Holistic, connected   

and sustainable healthcare

Our vision is to make lives easier for chronic patients, focusing on empowerment and awareness through telemedicine.

Our mission is to create a collaborative platform by connecting scientific research, domain expertise, IT experience and above all, human perspective.

We are driven by the passion to increase quality of care by using knowledge and insights gathered through decades of experience in the healthcare sector from many countries. 

vCare Niramaya.


We focus on holistic care of the patients encompassing physical health, mental health, lifestyle improvements across multiple diagnoses and comorbidities.


We focus on connecting and supporting all involved in a patient’s care irrespective of geographical distances. 


We focus on reducing the burden on health care system by distributing the care responsibility in the society in managed way. 

Telemedicine and Virtual care

Telemedicine is about close care in a remote setup. The term telemedicine refers to treatment of a medical conditions in a remote setup without seeing the patient in person using live video, audio, instant messaging or a telemedicine app to communicate with the patients and monitor or treat their condition remotely. Telemedicine is often used to treat common illnesses, manage chronic conditions, or provide specialist advise. If a patient is dealing with an emergent or serious condition, the remote provider will advise them to seek in-person medical care. Virtual care is a broader term and encompasses telemedicine.

Patient empowerment

Patient empowerment is a process through which people gain greater control over decisions and actions affecting their health. Healthcare providers can increase their patients’ involvement in many ways, such as sharing patient education materials and engaging them in the treatment plans. Patient empowerment increases health outcomes for patients across the board. Empowered patients tend to be more proactive irrespective of psychographic segmentation. Patients tend to adhere to the treatment plans and incorporate healthy behaviours into their lives, like prevention screenings, and improve their overall quality of life.

Quality care

Quality of care is the degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes.  It is based on evidence-based professional knowledge and is critical for achieving universal health coverage. As committing to increase accessibility of care, it is imperative to carefully consider the quality of care and health services.  Quality care must be effective (providing evidence-based timely healthcare services to those who need them), safe (avoiding harm to people for whom the care is intended in equitable manner) and people centred (providing care that responds to individual preferences, needs and values).


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