Did you know that according to the World Health Organisation, Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) have been been the leading causes of death among women globally for around three decades now and are responsible for two in every three deaths among women each year. India faces a bigger challenge of access to healthcare for women with 75% of health infrastructure in urban India, thereby leaving rural women with poor access to affordable and quality healthcare. Today, with the advent of mobile and wireless technology and the drive towards affordable healthcare, the country is witnessing positive changes. However, women’s health conditions can often go undiagnosed with low female test subjects in healthcare trials. Additionally, women face exclusive health concerns across the globe and it is important to address these with the right mindset.