J&J - Mobile health for mothers

In many areas across India, women do not live or work near health professionals or facilities that can address questions or concerns about their pregnancies. This results in a high mortality rate.
Johnson & Johnson, an OPPI member company, provides 70,000 under-served patients. Their Mobile Health for Mothers programme provides free text messaging on prenatal care, appointment reminders, and calls from health coaches. It is an interactive two-way communication strategy to deliver primary care, promote good health and direct people to emergency care services. Through J&J India’s CINIASHA programme, the company reached out to 30,000 urban slum-dwellers who are under-served by government health programmes.

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