Mumbai: MediSage, digital engagement platform for medical doctors, has introduced that it has been in a position to have interaction with over 2.2 lakh rural medical doctors online. It has leveraged this chance to grow to be the go-to digital channel permitting medical doctors to entry credible medical data from throughout 15 plus specialties in a single single app.
The portal allows medical doctors to entry the newest medical data which helps them in affected person care. These embody circumstances of goitre, pores and skin problems, lung ailments, which point out the big variety of sufferers seen by medical doctors in rural India. At current, the digital enagagement platform has topic specialists from 70 international locations and medical doctors from 2,000+ cities globally. They are additionally within the means of launching extra scientific assist instruments that may assist medical doctors have interaction with sufferers of their care journey.
Commenting on the event, Anurag Dhingra, co-founder, MediSage, mentioned, “Our intention is that sufferers throughout each city and rural areas ought to have entry to the identical high quality of affected person care. One step in direction of that’s the availability of up-to-date pointers, surgical procedure methods and diagnostic methods in underserved markets. With over two lakh medical doctors now accessing the platform in rural India, we imagine we’re one step nearer to fixing the issue of knowledge asymmetry.”
Abhishek Ghosh, co-founder & director, Medisage, mentioned, “Rural markets have extra normal practitioners than tier-2/5/6 cities. Their problem is that they have restricted data, but deal with critical circumstances reminiscent of coronary heart failure, diabetes and most cancers. Today, with MediSage, medical doctors based mostly out of rural markets aren’t solely in a position to publish circumstances on the platform to get responses from specialists in city markets, but in addition in a position to entry data obtainable on the platform by means of movies, dwell interactions and world journals.”