SHM


APNRT Annual In -Home Prevention Program

Category: APNRT Parental Assistance

Goal: Monthly medical visits to keep track of NRI parents
Includes:
- One time Initial Health Risk assessment(-HBA1c- Blood work- Urine Analysis- E.C.G- Digitization of past health Records- Electronic Prescription- General Vitals)
- Follow up In home Monthly Medical team visits throughout year

Duration: 12 months
Performed at: - Home
**Exclusive for APNRT members only**

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Comprehensive Body Care

Category: Health Risk Identification

Goal: Monthly medical visits to keep track of NRI parents
Includes:
- One time Initial Health Risk assessment(-HBA1c- Blood work- Urine Analysis- E.C.G- Digitization of past health Records- Electronic Prescription- General Vitals)

Duration: 1 Week
Performed at: - Home/Nearest Diagnostic Center

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Comprehensive Body Care +

Goal: Monthly medical visits to keep track of NRI parents
Includes:
- One time Initial Health Risk assessment(Abdomen Ultrasound- 2D ECHO - Blood work- Urine Analysis- E.C.G- Digitization of past health Records- Electronic Prescription- General Vitals)

Duration: 1 week
Performed at: - Home/ Nearest Diagnostic center

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Comprehensive Body Care + (Travel Included)

Goal: Monthly medical visits to keep track of NRI parents
Includes:
- One time Initial Health Risk assessment(Abdomen Ultrasound- 2D ECHO - Blood work- Urine Analysis- E.C.G- Digitization of past health Records- Electronic Prescription- General Vitals)

Duration: 1 week
Performed at: - Home/Nearest Diagnostic center
** Includes Travel**

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SHM Annual In-Home Prevention Program

Category: Primary Prevention Programs

Goal: Monthly medical visits to keep track of NRI parents
Includes:
- One time Initial Health Risk assessment(-HBA1c- Blood work- Urine Analysis- E.C.G- Digitization of past health Records- Electronic Prescription- General Vitals)
- Follow up In home Monthly Medical team visits throughout year

Duration: 12 months
Performed at: - Home

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Note: All our programs are for primary prevention.Not intended for tertiary setting.Thanks