Provide remote triage and diagnosis in emergency situations, enabling healthcare professionals to make critical decisions about patient care quickly.
Provide remote mental health counseling and therapy to patients, improving access to care and reducing stigma associated with seeking mental healthcare.
Enable patients in rural and remote areas to connect with healthcare professionals from anywhere, at any time, through virtual consultations, including video, voice, and text-based communication.
Track and monitor patients’ health remotely, including vital signs, medication adherence, and symptom tracking.
Conduct follow-up appointments after an initial in-person visit, reducing the need for patients to travel long distances or take time off work.
Support home health services, including medication management and wound care, reducing the need for patients to travel to a healthcare facility.
Provide remote education and training of healthcare professionals, enabling them to learn new skills and techniques without having to travel.
Conduct tests on patients in real-time, regardless of their location, deliver accurate results, enable faster diagnosis and treatment, and reduce costs of transportation and staffing.
Enable patients to receive their prescriptions via patient portal or a secure messaging system, and have them filled at their local pharmacy.
Enable patients to receive second opinions from specialists located in other regions or countries, providing access to expertise that may not be available locally.
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Lack of a user-friendly and compliant telehealth platform for both practitioners and patients.
A telemedicine web app with the following uses case and features respectively, patient-doctor video consultation along with the patient interface, hospital admin interface, doctor’s interface, and laboratory interface.
Maximum patient reach in remote areas of North Africa and better patient outcomes.