MedCord's Aayu App to hire 10,000 people pan India
MedCord, a healthcare platform has recently launched the ‘Aayu Ambassador Program’ to generate employment for about 10,000 people pan India and 2,000 people in Rajasthan. The aim of this program is to spread awareness about healthcare in every nook and corner of India.
Aayu app is planning to hire people in its core team for the roles like Director Marketing, Lead UX, Lead Content, Director Partnerships, Brand Manager, Business Analyst, Product Analyst, Copywriter, Senior Backend Developer, Jr. Backend Developer, Jr. Kotlin Developer-4 (fresher).
Commenting about the program, Shreyans Mehta, the Co-Founder at MedCords, stated that the services of the Aayu App are now being used in cities, villages, and even hamlets in large numbers. The objective of the Aayu App is to provide efficient, accessible, and affordable health care services to every Indian.
Mehta added that in this age of technology, platforms like Facebook and Whatsapp are being used widely and efficiently. This is the right time to deploy technology and use it for the right purposes, which is to take health care services to the doorsteps so that people can avail these facilities from the comfort of their home, he said. This will reduce the overcrowding at the hospitals for health care services, and strengthen the technical healthcare infrastructure simultaneously.
‘Aayu Ambassador program’ launched by Aayu App will rope in youths from across the country to spread awareness about health among the people. Through this program, youth will educate people about how to order medicines, consult specialist doctors, get the lab tests done and create health ID for the entire family, on the Aayu App, from their home, free of cost. One can also access his/her health records through the App, anytime anywhere.
Speaking about the same, Nikhil Baheti, the Co-founder of MedCords said this initiative will not only create employment but also help reduce unnecessary burdens on hospitals.
Saida Dhanwat Co-founder of MedCords said, “Mobile use is increasing in villages. People have become mobile-friendly and are using it for shopping and banking transactions. Then why it shouldn’t be used to avail health care services. Awareness will be created among people so that they need not travel hundreds of kilometers for minuscule chores. They should be able to consult specialist doctors from big cities, in their homes in the villages.”