Leading healthcare content provider mDhil Health Info Services Pvt. Limited., today announced it’s collaborated with Indiagames to supply original and-quality content for the launch of Bharti Airtel’s SMS-based health packs.
Available today for 160 million plus Airtel mobile customers across India, they gives you subscribers with information and content on numerous medical and health care aspects – therefore offering these with daily usage of tips to lead a nourishing existence.
“We’re excited to utilize Airtel to produce our content across their clientele. There’s a unique and exhaustive effort to produce content that’s culturally relevant for India and factually accurate – then when Airtel demands the very best for purchasers, we’re proud to have their partner during this service” noted Nandu Madhava, Chief executive officer of mDhil.
Available today at Airtel’s mHealth portal 54444, these come in several groups relevant for patrons and priced out of all different Rs. 30 to Rs. 49 monthly. A normal membership, Airtel mobile customers can SMS ‘Health’ to 54444 (toll-free) to select a regular pack and begin receiving daily updates towards fitness.
Content provided by mDhil Health Info Services Pvt. Limited while using service ranges across numerous topics: adolescent reproductive health (for men & females), cardiac care, diabetes, periodic illnesses for example h1n1 virus & dengue, weight reduction, stress management etc.
Info on a specific subject is packaged into crisp, apparent messages, covering:
Presenting demystify the subject
Brief explanation of specific signs and signs and signs and symptoms & treatment (for topics for example h1n1 virus)
Specific actions the customer would take full advantage of taking (for topics for example cardiac care)
Dispelling fallacies and misconceptions (produced for topics for example reproductive health or personal care)
The styles are really selected according to consumer interest analysis created by mDhil (internet.mdhil.com) mDhil works carefully with physicians, public doctors, and medical scientists to produce services which empower users with accurate health information. Given getting less accessible health information – produced for areas for example reproductive health – mDhil can enable users to create informed choices for positive health outcomes.