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AAPI coordinates efforts to Help India as Covid ravages communities

AAPI coordinates efforts to Help India as Covid ravages communities
May 13
16:48 2021

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CHICAGO: The Corona infections spike in India has led to deadly shortages of oxygen, ambulances and hospital beds. Countries around the world have pledged to send aid in the form of medical supplies and vaccine doses, but urgent requests for ventilators and intensive care unit beds continue to flood social media.

Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda, President, AAPI said that it  quickly secure the much needed O2 concentrators andshipped by air freight, the first batch of 1,000 of the O2 Concentrators on 4/29/21.

Stating that AAPI in collaboration with its partners on ground in India identified destinations based on urgency and acute need and prevent avoidable catastrophe for the simple lack of O2
Dr. Sajani Shah, Chair of AAPI BOT, said, “We have a team of volunteers and support and guidance of experienced leaders, who have come forward to enable and empower our efforts to curtail this crisis.”
As India’s health-care system buckles under pressure, AAPI, the largest ethnic medical organization representing the over 80,000 strong Indian American physician community in the US, has risen to the occasion and is leading several efforts to support, coordinate and reach the much needed help in this hour of need.

Dr. Jonnalagadda announced that “AAPI is facilitating interaction between US and Indian doctors to advise them about the evidence based protocols to treat COVID-19 patients. We evaluated 3 HIPPA compliant telehealth platforms to treat patients in India. AAPI is also working on relaxing the restrictions on US physicians to treat patients in India

In its efforts to serve as a physician on humanitarian grounds to help patients in India, AAPI has identified and facilitates the following platforms/links to those who want the Telehealth established platforms: and 

 AAPI encourages using this route because they give global malpractice coverage: They offer free service for 1-3 months for our physicians to help Indian patients, as  these platforms serve and help become every Indian American physician to be a registered physician in India, by renewing your India licenses ASAP and can start your services; Getting more info from different resources as well to get our services reach Indian patients  as every resource is being tapped to help India in this crisis situation.

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