Doctor’s Are Going Digital

Aboutclinic in Mumbai, India

The growing advancement in the healthcare sector has intermingled with the leaps and bounds in technological advancements. Today doctors not just use hi-tech machines but also use technology for purposes less altruistic. According to the ‘Think with Google-Digital Journey to Wellness’ survey, 77% patients use search engines to look for doctors and book appointments, and 44% of patients who research hospitals on a mobile device, schedule an appointment. Give the penchant patients have for using google, it’s not surprising to see a number of doctors advertising their services and marking their presence online.  Aboutclinic.com is one such online platform that delivers effectual healthcare services to the patients while empowering the doctors to cope up with their practice workload.

*        Appointments are easier to plan and create using digital services. Date, hours, and time-frames are stress-free to monitor, review, and change for needed customization. The programme reports for appointments, follow-ups, and any other changes, keeps patients informed, dipping the number of absentees that may adversely affect the day to day practice.

*       Boosted work efficacy such as fewer mistakes, more comprehensive records, faster right to use to records and better-quality workflow has been confirmed by doctors who have implemented and used digital platforms. Reduced amount of time is spent on gaining access to, recovering and recording patient information, giving doctors more time to focus on patient care.

*       Digital platforms empower users to combine material within a searchable electronic database. Cloud-based information storage permits users to accumulate, access, and share information expediently. Various medical apps are also offered by service providers that offer an assortment of medical resolutions.

      Cybernetic patient checking is attaining reputation. Old, incapacitated, terminally-ill patients find it easier to access medical aid by technology. Better patient management and patient retention are essential for the success of the practitioner.

*       Research, medical references using applications for signs of illness, the quantity of medication, pharmacology, communications, new patient attainment and other important medical news are enabled through the use of digital platforms.

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