Tuesday, October 4, 2016

lifesaving treatment through an app in India

A new app is the new hope for Indians who live in the countryside. More than 70% of the Indian population live in rural areas, and yet 60% of the doctors in the country live in the city. The new app can provide a full digitalized medical appointment, with doctors for those who have to make long journeys to go to the city. Consumers can now have a better treatment and keep up with their medical visits without leaving home. This can make them improve their health and save a lot of money, that most times they don't have. 

Ana Maria Gentil

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