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How medical apps give access to patients

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Feb 13, 2019, 1:38 pm IST
Updated Feb 13, 2019, 1:40 pm IST
Apps are already empowering people to have more knowledge and say in their medical decisions.
The healthcare centres in today’s age need to stay connected to patient’s records as well as emergency protocols round the clock.
 The healthcare centres in today’s age need to stay connected to patient’s records as well as emergency protocols round the clock.

The constantly growing medical requirements have been the biggest reason for the evolution of healthcare mobility solutions. The solutions include mobile healthcare applications, online medical clinics, video chats between a doctor and a patient, and more. With mobile healthcare management solutions, patient care and everyday activities of medical practitioners can be simplified to a great extent. The healthcare centres in today’s age need to stay connected to patient’s records as well as emergency protocols round the clock. Patients are more demanding, regulations and compliance challenges are increasing. In such a scenario, mobility solutions are helping in keeping patients at the highest level of priority.

Apps are already empowering ordinary people to have more knowledge and say in their medical decisions. Medical apps are beginning to level the playing field in patients’ favour, and will ultimately change the future of healthcare forever.

 

Enabling immediate access to care

Giving immediate access to medical healthcare Navia Life Care is one such startup that is an interactive medical app that allows patients to ask general health questions to doctors who are available 24/7, without requiring them to book prior appointments.

Facilitating an instant connection between doctors and patients

Through a mobile app and web-based technology, smaller and understaffed clinics have the opportunity to connect with other more experienced doctors at central hospitals and patients. They can effortlessly coordinate with doctors sitting in their home. Navia Life Care essentially helps patients to schedule appointments, monitor the side effects of a medication, remind them to take pills, analyze health reports, and do a lot more.

 

These digital mobile healthcare applications will change the way patients and doctors engage while radically transforming the future of medical businesses.

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