May 26, 2021

The prime time of telemedicine

"Telemedicine". What exactly does it mean and what does it represent? What exactly is the idea behind it?
It was only a few years ago that it was just a budding concept that looked unrealistic and insignificant. A lot has changed since then and it is now this is a legitimate movement.

Telemedicine is an excellent alternative to on-site medical care. Both systems are incomparable in terms of advantages and disadvantages. We doubt that telemedicine will be able to fully fill this gap since onsite medicine services will never be redundant.
Nonetheless, telemedicine has attracted a lot of attention and is recognised globally.
.It now unquestionably leads the march. And, especially in these conditions, it's easy to justify. There are several clear advantages that telemedicine delivers to the globe, pushing it to a higher level.

Telemedicine became immensely popular during and after the pandemic for a variety of reasons, including rapid, frictionless access to medical services; a lesser chance of contracting another disease at the medical facility, less transit costs, and certainly less stress.

Telemedicine professionals look after not only physical but also emotional health. Everyday stress, loneliness, abandonment, uncertainty, and visceral terror during the quarantine took its toll: an increasing number of individuals are now seeking professional psychological counselling to cope with issues and relieve the mental load that has built up over time.

At Magora, we developed a telemedicine app for a British startup. This app assists with mental health difficulties by giving high-quality medical assistance. It simplifies mental health counselling process. With the app, you can easily and conveniently express yourself by enabling you to communicate with expert behavioural counsellors via video.

It also helps you to find your ideal therapist, regardless of your age, gender, religion, or circumstances. It complies with HIPAA and adheres to the highest standards of patient privacy and security.

We designed two apps: a patient-facing mobile app and a doctor-facing web app. Users may read doctor profiles, enter medical history, fill out questionnaires, review information on each visit filled out by doctors, and manage appointments using a mobile app for patients.

The web app enables doctors to check a list of patient appointments, including the patient's name, date, time, and appointment status (new, approved, or cancelled); approve/cancel appointments; and view the patient's profile. When a doctor clicks on the appointment, it takes them to the patient's profile, where they may see the patient's medical history and notes.

An admin panel was also built for receiving authentication through email, recovering passwords, logging out, viewing a list of users, their name, city, age, and gender, searching for a user by name, seeing a user (name, city, gender, DoB, health subjects, photo, phone number), banning and unblocking users, and registering and managing the list of physicians.

iOS 13.0 or later is required to use the app. Telemedicine apps are in high demand now that everything has lately spun by 360 degrees. During the COVID-19 period, this app grew in popularity and attracted a large number of consumers.

Telemedicine is the fresh blood on the market, a product of never-ending advancement that simply improves our lives. Will telemedicine's popularity continue to rise?

We at Magora are experts in the fields of medical technology and pharmaceuticals. We assist medical institutions in going digital in order to serve more people and keep them happy and healthy.

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