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The new patient education module at Connect2MyDoctor comes with amazing features. It comes up with zoom, rotates, and annotation features.
Connect2MyDoctor is back with another upgrade on their telehealth platform. It is a product of a Melbourne-based health tech startup. The Neev Tech Labs is also a major contributor in its 3D/AR module. The telehealth platform paid importance to patient education. It is currently functioning in Bengaluru in India and also in Dubai.
The product will also be used by patients from 15 countries. And it will be accessible to 3,000 specialists. It has been catering since its inception in 2016.
Pramod Kutty, CEO of Connect2MyDoctor, stated, “cARe, our 3D/AR module, can be a game-changer not only in terms of patient experience but will also be a great engagement tool for hospitals. Connect2MyDoctor is working on various next-gen AI technology tools, taking the game beyond just video consulting, even as AR continues to transform telehealth and the in-patient consultation experience. With cARe, Connect2MyDoctor is all set to revolutionize the way [healthcare professionals diagnose, educate and treat their patients.”
It delivers services in the name of cARe. The service is available both on mobile and apps. It features anatomical structures and physiological mechanisms. The telehealth platform promises to offer these services via AR.
The AR module features a list of models which are in 3D. It acts as an aid to doctors, helping them to choose online consultation. Another feature is its ability to annotate models by offering a deeper understanding. All the medical processes can help you zoom and offer functionalities.
The telehealth platform will come in handy for hospitals too. With its already existing module, there will be a boost in the existing system. In addition, patient education will also help professionals integrate and offer the best virtual care to the patients.
The telehealth platform also aids in offering medical education. The promising explanation of human anatomy to patients will function as great moderation. We will also see the use of augmented reality in telemedicine with this app.