Elawoman launches data driven fertility platform to fix fertility experience in India

first_img MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app By EH News Bureau on September 7, 2018 Share Read Article Related Postscenter_img Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 The platform uses a patented patient-doctor matching algorithm to increase success rates of fertility patientsElawoman, a data driven women’s health and fertility company, recently announced the launch of its end-to-end fertility platform and app ELA, designed to help couples to meet their fertility goals.Elawoman provides services like fertility coaching, access to top tier certified fertility clinics and doctors in India, lowered rates for fertility treatments, emotional counseling, financial assistance as well as legal support to patients in IVF and surrogacy treatment. Right from tracking their fertility with accuracy, comparing various treatments and clinics to getting a treatment done, users can seek all information on fertility.The platform has an inbuilt fertility calculator which allows the users to input their medical condition on more than 30 parameters. Based on his/her medical condition, the algorithm suggests the best suitable treatment. It also allows the patients to know and understand the cost of the fertility treatment depending on their medical condition, budget and location.Speaking on the launch of the platform, Yogesh Agarwal, Co-founder and CBO, Elawoman said,” There is a common notion in the society that test tube baby is not your own and an artificial baby. We work towards clearing such misconceptions around fertility, thus bringing awareness and knowledge. Through Ela we aim to provide an online community where couples can discuss their issues freely and get transparent advice and help in a supportive environment.”The Ela App also provides ovulation tracking for couples who have started planning their family. The platform uses a patented doctor-patient matching algorithm to increase the success rates of fertility treatments to 72 per cent as compared to current rate of 40 per cent. The algorithm which maps the patient requirements to the doctor specialisation and suggest the best doctor to the patient enabling the platform to witness more than 72 per cent success rate of positive pregnancy for all the fertility treatments facilitated.Currently the platform has partnerships with more than 500 best fertility doctors and clinics across 45+ cities of India, including known brands like Apollo Fertility, Apollo Cradle, Cloudnine Hospital, Motherhood, Morpheus IVF, Dr Rama Fertility, Bavishi IVF, Bloom IVF to name a few. News The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Elawoman launches data driven fertility platform to fix fertility experience in India WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionalslast_img read more

Supreme Court JNC to reconvene to Crist’s request

first_imgSupreme Court JNC to reconvene at Crist’s request Supreme Court JNC to reconvene to Crist’s request December 15, 2008 Regular Newscenter_img Gov. Charlie Crist has asked the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission to reconvene to consider sending him more nominees for a soon to be vacant seat on the court.On December 9, the Supreme Court JNC sent the governor five nominees for his consideration in filling the at-large vacancy created by the retirement of Justice Harry Lee Anstead. One of those nominees was Judge Jorge LaBarga, 55, of West Palm Beach, who was also a nominee for an open seat on the Fourth District Court of Appeal. On December 10, Crist appointed Judge LaBarga to the Fourth DCA.“As a result of Judge LaBarga’s appointment, there are only four remaining Supreme Court nominees,” Crist wrote the chair of the JNC, Robert Hackleman, on December 10. “As you know, the JNC may nominate up to six qualified individuals for appointment. In order to increase the diversity of the pool of nominees, please reconvene the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission for the purpose of considering supplemental nominations.”The Florida Supreme Court JNC announced December 12 that it will will hold a telephone conference call for further deliberations December 17 at 7 p.m.The four original remaining nominees are: * Judge Kevin Emas, 50, Miami, 11th Judicial Circuit * Judge Gill Freeman, 59, Miami, 11th Judicial Circuit * Judge C. Alan Lawson, 47, Daytona Beach, Fifth District Court of Appeal * Judge Waddell A. Wallace, III, 55, Jacksonville, Fourth Judicial CircuitMembers currently serving on the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission include Hackleman of Ft. Lauderdale; Jason Unger, vice-chair, Tallahassee; Arturo Alvarez, Miami; Howard Coker, Jacksonville; Candace Duff, Miami; Martin L. Garcia, Tampa; Andrew E. Grigsby, Miami; Katherine W. Ezell, Miami; and Kathleen Shanahan, Tampa.last_img read more