The Hamro Patro Health Service has been launched, providing doctors on demand.

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Users of the Hamro Patro health service will be able to make an appointment with a specialist doctor on an -needed basis. Hamro Patro, Nepal’s most popular smartphone application, has launched a telehealth service will be available starting today (November 11). Users of the app’s health section will be able to have a paid consultation with a specialist doctor using this function.

The health service provided by Hamro Patro is presently available for trial testing. You will need to upgrade Hamro Patro to the most recent version in order to take advantage of the feature.

Keep in mind that, for the time being, the feature is only available on Android devices. iPhone users, on the other hand, would have to wait a few weeks before they can utilize the service.

According to Shankar Uprety, Founder & CEO of Hamro Patro, “For the time being, the telehealth feature is only available on Android.” iOS users, on the other hand, will be able to download the update within two months.

To participate in the project, any doctor who has been recognized by the Nepal Medical Council is welcome, according to Hamro Patro (NMC).

 

To be eligible for an online consultation with Hamro Patro Health, you must first create a profile with their information, which includes their name, age, and any health risks they may have.

 

Additionally, if at all possible, you can provide your documentation to ensure their health concerns are communicated in a clear and understandable manner.

Hamro Patro services are available.

To schedule a consultation, you must first create a Hamro Patro profile and provide the required information regarding your health conditions. In order to schedule a consultation with a doctor, you must also purchase a ticket. The cost of the ticket is Rs. 500. After purchasing a ticket, you will be able to contact any doctor who is accessible immediately. The list of doctors who are available is displayed at the bottom of the interface.

Hamro Patro is a health-care facility.

The doctor who has been assigned to a certain will be available for follow-ups and to assess the user’s condition for a period of one week after the appointment. Using the in-app capabilities, the doctors will prescribe drugs and provide pertinent recommendations.

When it comes to telehealth, the Hamro Patro interaction provides a unique chance for both doctors and patients to participate in a remote health service. Even if the concept of using mobile internet for health services is still in its infancy, the online health service provided by Hamro Patro could be a huge step forward in the right way.

According to Hamro Patro, the platform has already attracted the attention of 20 doctors, with more expansion predicted in the near future. The current pilot trials will extend for two months before a fully-fledged service is made available to the public on both Android and iOS smartphone platforms.

In order to provide the best effective service possible, the app developers will incorporate an algorithm will match the with a doctor specializes in the concerns at hand.

When you purchase a ticket, you will be able to contact the doctor immediately. When a doctor is not available, they will promptly attend for the consultation soon as they are able to find the opportunity to do so.

Hamro Patro is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare facilities for Nepalese citizens. The organization will eliminate the physical barrier exists between patients and doctors. No matter how far away the professional is, the can communicate with him or her whenever they choose.

What extent will Hamro Patro’s health feature prove to be beneficial? Is it possible for the internet to play a significant role in the distribution of health-care services in a convincing manner? Please share your thoughts in the comments section.

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