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Wellness as a concept cum practice has made humongous strides in recent years, thanks to the explosive number of behavioral cum healthcare issues despite impressive advances in the science and technology of patient care at various levels, be it ambulatory therapy at the one end or hi-tech intensive care in tertiary hospitals in metro cities at the other.  

It is an irony of the times we live in that while the expenses and complexities of patient care are increasing by the day, the healing experience and satisfaction level of the healthcare consumer are not necessarily growing in tandem, largely due to man-made and thus avoidable inadequacies. It is not surprising that the wellness component of healthcare is often made to take the backseat as a result. We hope to address this issue in depth and add value to the healing process in our own modest way.

Wellness is not mere absence of illness. The latter may dominate the perception of all stakeholders in the healthcare system before, during and after the event of illness and the care thereof but it is the wholesome / holistic wellness involving the body, mind and spirit of the all concerned persons that will eventually decide how happy and comfortable they are with the entire experience and the outcome.

This may appear easy and self-evident but it is arguably the most difficult thing to keep in mind 24x7 without which one cannot ensure that smile of satisfaction on the face of the patient as well as his family and friends. In short, wellness, not mere absence of illness, is the ultimate right of the healthcare consumer and ultimate duty of the healthcare provider.