Singapore-based entrepreneur Naga launches “MyAram” healthcare app
Kohima: With a vision to provide affordable and accessible healthcare, entrepreneur Naga Kenei Kuotsu on Saturday launched a health policy mobile app called “MyAram” at De Oriental Grand in Kohima.
Kuotsu, who is also the founder of the SpeakGuru Foundation, said the mobile app was brainstormed during the COVID-19 pandemic, when the first Hackathon was organized by the Department of Industries and commerce and Educentre, last year.
Entrepreneur Naga, who is based in Singapore with his family, said after his father died in 2019 following a car accident, the need for immediate medical attention was realized.
He said the mobile app is available on the Play Store and will soon be available on iOS. He also shared that in the near future, the mobile app will also be accessible in neighboring states.
A video about using the app by popular Nagaland production house, Dreamz Unlimited, now uploaded to YouTube, was also shown during the event.
The app’s brand ambassador and motorcyclist, Thejakielie Zuyie, who recently visited the state to promote the app, along with other motorcyclists, also participated in the launch event.
After the tour, health facilities in Kohima, Dimapur, Tuensang, Mokokchung, Wokha and Zunheboto are now integrated into MonAram.
The event was chaired by Loliro Kuotsu and Baptist Mission Church senior pastor Neikhrienyü. Former SBC students led by Vimezo Iralu performed a musical piece on this occasion.
With a registration fee of Rs 500, immediate help can be obtained from approved health institutions worth Rs 5,000 in case of vehicle accident or any other domestic accident, and in the amount of Rs 2,000 for cases of dental accidents not covered by other insurance companies.
In the unfortunate event of a fatal accident, a candidate of the registered member would be eligible to receive a sum of Rs 50,000 ex gratia.
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