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Omron launches India telehealth monitoring for hypertension

Data from vast market will be leveraged to improve care

Omron's telehealth service will broaden patient access in a country with an estimated 300 million people with high blood pressure.

TOKYO -- Japanese medical equipment maker Omron will roll out a telemedicine service in India, initially targeting the country's estimated 300 million people with high blood pressure.

Members paying about 1,000 rupees ($13.50) a month will input daily data into an app from Bangalore-based Terrals Technologies, which recently took on Omron as an investor. The ability to see clinicians from home will broaden patient access to medicine in underserved areas.

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