Ancient Wisdom Meets Modern Technology
The Californer/10064505

Videoconference technology, Database security, and rigorous medical training set a new standard for Ayurvedic Wellness quality, convenience, and affordability.

SAN RAMON, Calif. - Californer -- On March 1st, Ayurveda, the 5,000-year-old wellness strategy enters a new era. The vehicle is a Telehealth service offered by startup VedaLife.me, based in San Ramon, California. The company provides Americans access to the world's best Ayurvedic Vaidya (Sanskrit for 'Doctor') via in-home teleconferences, scheduled at their convenience, and booked for a quarter the price of a regular Doctor visit.

VedaLife.me's launch caps a 5-year research-to-action project started by Murty Chennubhotla (VedaLife.me's CEO) combining three previously disconnected technologies and sciences into a single-purpose solution:
• The first, and primary, element is Ayurveda itself -- the millenia enduring wellness science of which Yoga is a central element. Born in the Indian subcontinent, Ayurveda is now embraced worldwide by over a billion people, and attracts millions of new followers each year across every US state.

More on The Californer
• The second element is videoconferencing, a technology recently come of age with the advancement of phones, computers, and bandwidth availability.
• Third is a secure, HIPAA compliant platform, the industry leading secure database solution known for its sales-utility, but only recently entering the medical arena.

VedaLife.me focuses on it's Vaidyas' quality, and invested significantly in building a rigorous certification system, Vedalife.me VihHara, that only accepts Vaidyas with Undergraduate and Graduate degrees from a handful of elite Indian Ayurvedic Colleges and Universities, and multiple years of private-practice within Ayurveda Clinics. Furthermore, VedaLife.me's 7-Point System also demands English fluency, tech-savvy, and a solid understanding of American culture and privacy laws.

"We're highly methodical in building our team," explains Darron Brackenbury, Chief Operating Officer, "We travelled across India interviewing Vaidyas, and identified a cadre of roughly 20 candidates for training. But thus far, we've only certified 5. More will graduate soon naturally, but there's no rush. Quality first."

More on The Californer
"Ayurveda's complex," explains Ian Schuster, VedaLife's Chief Marketing Officer. "Just because it's natural, doesn't mean it's simple. We demand our Vaidyas invest decades into ongoing learning and in-field practice, and we set exceedingly high standards -- well beyond what you'll find elsewhere. It's intense, but 100% necessary if we're going to earn your trust."

VedaLife's technology centers on it's SalesForce-based Wellness Portal and Ayurveda EHR (Electronic Health Records) system, which helps clients securely track their physical and emotional well-being, provides exercise and nutritional recommendations, and serves as a secure warehouse for their consultative and supplements history.

The company has partnered with Kottakkal USA, a 118 year old Indian provider of Ayurvedic products for supplying dietary supplements to its clients.

For more information please see https://www.vedalife.me/

Contact
VedaLife.me
***@vedalife.me


Source: VedaLife.me
stats
Filed Under: Health

Show All News | Report Violation

0 Comments
1000 characters max.