14 September 2021 | News
Empowers doctors and patients with unprecedented global access, convenience, and transparency
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Solve.Care, a global healthcare blockchain platform company, has announced the launch of its Global Telehealth Exchange (GTHE) network for India.
GTHE is an open borderless, instant patient-doctor teleconsultation healthcare network that operates on the Solve.Care Platform. The official distributor for GTHE in India is HealthLink Technologies, a health tech company headquartered in Pune.
Doctors who sign up on GTHE are assigned a Global Telehealth ID with a professional profile published on the network, enabling patients worldwide to easily find and book appointments with them. It cuts out the middleman by putting the doctor directly in touch with the patient in a convenient and secure manner.
On GTHE, doctors are fully sovereign and have full control over their medical practice. Doctors determine and fix their own consultation charges, duration of consultations and availability, giving them the freedom to work as much as they want when they want.
In addition, the automated features of GTHE eliminate the administrative burdens doctors are saddled within traditional practice. GTHE is also designed with other features that help doctors provide preventative care and continuity of care to facilitate better patient outcomes.
In addition to patients in India, patients from Bangladesh, Bahrain, Brazil, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, and the UAE can also access Indian registered doctors through GTHE for consultations.