IVH Patient Care App

IVH Patient Care App: A new mobile application called “IVH patient care” has been launched on Sunday to assist patient to consult a doctor through the app. The app helps the person to consult a doctor without having to travel to the clinic/hospital.

Also, the IVH patient care app will help doctors to maintain a record of all their patients. Patients can’t travel to consult doctors can update their status and the medical treatment they are undergoing using this app. The doctors can check the patient’s status in the app and guide them on what to do next.

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“There is little or no mechanism to keep track of the patient’s treatment journeys that are referred to specialists. Most of the time doctors lose their patients in referral chains. The primary treating doctors who examined the patient for the first time and knows most about the patient need to be informed about the patient’s treatment cycle because their remarks do matter in the entire treatment process,” says, Tarun Sahani, Internal and Hyperbaric Medicine expert, Indraprasta Apollo Hospital.

Developed by India Virtual Hospitals, IVH patient care is a tech-enabled specialized Medical Concierge Service which addresses the needs of medical travelers who look for a quality treatment in India.

Claiming that its doctor right to know about patient treatment progress details. Tarun believes that apps like this kind will certainly go a long way and help doctors informed about the patient’s treatment status. “This may become a platform where doctors and specialists can interact and discuss the patient with each other,” Tarun added.

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“It is a struggle for doctors to trace their patients when they are referred by them to some other hospital in an alien city,” said, Swadeep Srivastava, Managing Partner, India Virtual Hospital while launching the application.

“With ‘IVH Patient Care,’ we are trying to empower doctors with the right to be informed about their patients who are traveling for medical benefits,” he added.

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