India’s first Personal Health Record App launched
Over the years, there has been an extensive manifestation of Internet in our world. It has resulted in digitization of almost every sphere of our life. In the wake of a digital revolution, Artemis Hospital, a leading multi-specialty hospital in Gurgaon, has launched its Personal Health Record (PHR) mobile app across Android and iOS platforms.
The PHR mobile app is reckoned as an exceptionally helpful app, as it simplifies a multitude of things. It is easy to access and maintain, helping you to keep your personal health record on your phone. You can even upload your family’s health records and medicals documents of any hospital/clinic and store them in appropriate categories, which include:
• Clinic History: Discharge summaries to OPD notes
• Reports: All lab to radiology reports
• Prescriptions: All medications as prescribed
The app provides patients with an array of services like booking a doctor’s appointment, consultation through email, phone and video conference, completely digital and cashless transactions, medical services at home by experienced medics and booking tailored packages for preventive health checkups.
It is the first PHR app by an Indian hospital that enables patients to Self Check-in to the outpatient clinic directly from a mobile. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), a state-of-the-art security technology has been used by Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon to ensure that your private information from the app is encrypted and secured. Helping patients avoid standing in long queues, the app has certainly provided hassle-free medical assistance. It also keeps a track of the users’ hospital visits in a chronological order, along with a list of medications prescribed to them.
Certainly, this transition, from the conventional to virtual media by Artemis Hospital, has been very successful and of great help to patients from across the country. Such revolutionary steps are bound to bring a positive change into the medical sector.
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