Thursday, 15 October 2015

Nigeria’s First Health Chat App ‘CureChat’ launched

CureChat, a new app launched in September 2015 is poised to reduce loss of lives caused by ignorance through effective Public Health Awareness.

CureChat Ltd pitches their new startup under the limelight that people nowadays have easier access to the internet and new technology than in the past, which can be helpful in creating more awareness on public health.
The app aims at fostering strong communication between doctors and the people. Users can directly chat with consultants, locate hospitals nearby, chat with experienced users who have recovered from similar ailments and also learn about various sicknesses, identify causes, symptoms and prevention methods. People as well as doctors can sign up on the platform. It is free to download from Google Play Store, Apple Store and CureChat.com.

Users can register under three subscription packages to receive services on The CureChat App.

Undeniably, healthcare is getting a thorough makeover with doctors and health professionals moving from their desks into the cyber world. Looking at sites like Medical pings and Hidoctor, it's not hard to see a couple of years from now, everything will be e-health - and I'm so on that train.

Whoosh!

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