Software solutions for SMB and Startups
Increase health care efficiency
A lot of medical institutions around the globe still employ processes that have been in place for years. Inefficiency is one of the main challenges that health organizations are struggling with today. From front desk operations to billing procedures, technology can streamline medical operations. Online appointment scheduling, real-time communication using mobile platforms, electronic health records, and more can increase efficiency.
Reduce healthcare costs
Medical treatments and medical technologies are costly. One way to reduce healthcare costs is by promoting preventive measures that keep people away from hospitals. Connected health technologies can help manage patients’ conditions wherever they are. They can coach patients in their treatments and monitor their medicine intakes. Improved patient compliance results in fewer office visits and better health outcomes.
Prevent medical errors
One in seven hospital patients experience a medical error related to medicine, surgery, diagnosis, or lab results. Errors harm patients, and may lead to dangerous consequences. Medical mistakes can be reduced with electronic health records. Electronic records eliminate communication problems, facilitate adequate information flow between staff members and hospitals, and minimize human errors.
Expand access to affordable care
The trends in the industry are toward expanding access to healthcare to more people, regardless of their physical condition, language, or location. Healthcare-related information and services can be delivered with the help of telehealth technologies that make use of video, connected health services, and virtual reality. These technologies make doctor visits more convenient and help avoid costly trips to hospitals.
Healthcare projects we’ve developed
A platform that allows patients to book appointments with doctors and hospitalsView full case
Connecting patients to doctors for online consultations via chat, video call, or voice callView full case