Pune: Vaidya Jayant Deopujari Calls For Integrating Indian Medical Practices With Technology

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Pune, 6th October 2023: “Indian medicine has diversity, potential, and richness. That is why there is a great demand for our system of medicines all over the world. Integrating Indian medical practices and adding technology to make the country healthy, and empowered is important,” said Vaidya Jayant Deopujari, President of the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine. He also stressed the need to work hand in hand with Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy, and other pathy.

Vaidya Deopujari was addressing the Ayush doctors after launching an Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission’s healthcare professionals registration drive in Maharashtra state. More than 2,000 doctors were registered on this platform. The event was organized at Vardhman Sanskrutik Kendra, Kondhwa Road, Bibwewadi, Pune. Free mega health check-up camp and Ayurveda Expo also were inaugurated on the occasion.

Vaidya Rakesh Sharma, Chairman of the Board of Ethics & Registration of the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine, Shri Sadguru Aandnath Maharaj Sangvadekar, President of Shri Sadguru Vishwanath Maharaj Rukadikar Trust Kolhapur, Dr. Anil Khurana, President of National Commission for Homeopathy, Dr. Pinakin Trivedi, President of the Board of Ethics & Registration of the National Commission for Homeopathy, Vaidya Sameer Jamadagni, Chief Consultant & Trustee of Shri Sadguru Vishwanath Maharaj Rukadikar Trust Kolhapur, Vaidya Ramdas Avhad, Dr. D. U. Wange, Registrar of Maharashtra Council of Indian Medicine, Vaidya Tushar Suryawanshi, President of NIMA, Gynocologist Dr. Veena Patil and many others were present on the occasion.

Vaidya Jayant Deopujari said, “Everyone’s visibility is very important in the age of technology. This is an initiative to bring all the Ayush practitioners of the country on a single platform. Ayurveda and Unani have been important since ancient times. Indian medicine is in great demand worldwide. Today there are nearly 13500 Indians practicing abroad. Just as the Aadhaar card and the use of mobile became popular, Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission is for all of us to be people-oriented together. Artificial intelligence is knocking out the door worldwide in every field. If we don’t adjust with the technology, we will suffer.”

Dr. Anil Khurana also mentioned the need for registration on this Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) platform. Shri Anandnath Maharaj blessed everyone and mentioned the importance of integration of all systems of medicine. Vaidya Rakesh Sharma gave opening remarks. Vaidya Prasad Pandkar was briefed about the work done by Rukadikar Trust. Vaidya Paresh Deshmukh compared the program. Dr. Pinakin Trivedi gave a vote of thanks.