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KareXpert announces free access to its Telemedicine digital platform to combat COVID-19

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With remote consultations, patients do not require travelling through potentially Covid-19 contagious environments such as public transport, public places

KareXpert to provide free access to its cloud-based and mobile based ready-to-use Telemedicine digital platform. Hospitals, clinics, and individual doctors can start their Telemedicine practice after completing a signup form and KareXpert executives will help you to start your services instantly. 

India is still on stage two of the coronavirus spread. The World Health Organisation has said to prevent an exponential increase in coronavirus cases, countries must take immediate steps. Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in his address to the nation on March 19, 2020 also emphasised avoiding unnecessary visits to hospitals / clinics and leverage technology to connect with doctors. 

Telemedicine solutions have seen an exponential surge in usage during this time, where both doctors and patients can see extreme benefits during this Coronavirus pandemic. With remote consultations, patients do not require travelling through potentially Covid-19 contagious environments such as public transport, public places or being in close proximity to other infected patients, on their way to clinics and hospitals. Doctors are already using KareXpert Telemedicine technology to do the consultation, follow-up as well as home care.

The advanced KareXpert technology will enable patient EMR / EHR records to be shared with doctors. Doctors can send e-prescription to patients and perform audio / video consultation. The whole set-up of Telemedicine services can be enabled instantly without any assistance from the IT staff. Further wireless medical IoT devices such as ECG, Spo2, pulse oximeter, temperature, blood pressure, and glucometer are also available as optional advanced services.

The hospitals / clinics / doctors define their own free or paid tele-consultation charges and consultation hours. Further, they can provide details about their medical specialty, medical qualifications, and experiences so that patients can discover them quickly. Before starting the tele-consultation, patients will make online payments via Paytm, credit card, debit card or net banking. All payments collected from the patient will be credited directly to the provider account. KareXpert will not charge any telemedicine platform usage fee to the providers as a social giveback during this period.

“Healthcare professionals will get free access to KareXpert Technology until the threat of coronavirus subsides,” said Nidhi Jain, Founder, and CEO, KareXpert. 

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