- Aug 5, 2021
It goes without saying that the ongoing pandemic has pushed every country against the wall, a few countries are of course an exception; however, most countries had been inept in working against the spread of the virus. In India, a lot of organizations came forward with the intent to help the Indian government keep better track of the spread of COVID-19.
The central government has finally now rolled out the Aarogyapath portal, a web-based solution for the healthcare supply chain.
The launch of this new portal which focuses on healthcare supplies can perhaps be an essential requirement during these trying times. Most of the time, the required healthcare necessities cannot reach the destination place with high demand which further causes a massive imbalance.
What this portal will do is provide the availability of critical healthcare supplies in real-time. The portal undoubtedly sides with healthcare essential manufacturers, suppliers, and customers across India.
The post from the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) official Twitter handle launched the Aarogyapath portal on June 12. Further, the Indian government’s Aarogyapath Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is integrating the Aarogyapath portal as a public platform.
The Aarogyapath Portal is open to everyone including the common people. With the help of this portal, people can now check the availability of healthcare supplies through a wider number of suppliers. The portal still needs to add a filter that will let the users quality check the products they are about to use.
It is apparent that manufacturers and suppliers will also benefit from this portal. Now they can reach out to their customers through the nearby pathological laboratories, medical stores, hospitals, and other healthcare-related platforms.
It also has the scope for business expansion once it works out the kinks and becomes fully operational with minimum difficulties. The Aarogyapath portal is the latest initiative taken up by governmental authorities to combat the pandemic. Other initiatives include the Aarogya Setu app, Delhi Corona app, and more.