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CliniVantage launches management solution CliniQ

06 May 2020 | News

The startup has signed up more than 300 doctors from various fields, for smart care management

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Mumbai based CliniVantage Healthcare Technologies has launched CliniQ which is a complete practice management solution with telemedicine & advanced features that encompasses a mobile application for patients and the integration of smart IoT devices.

The solution launched a week back has signed up more than 300 doctors and has been successful in revolutionizing the synergy between patients and doctors by plugging intuitive technology to provide real-time care during COVID-19.

Currently what India needs is a quality healthcare system that is affordable and accessible to most of Indian citizens. With all the possible uncertainties we don’t have a clear picture of how to mitigate the spread of pandemics like COVID 19 in vulnerable populations. At present, technology is turning out to be our best bet for enabling early detection of the disease and supporting remote monitoring. The right use of technology will enable physicians to do real-time monitoring of the health data to accelerate the treatment in time with improved effectiveness.

Nilesh Jain, Co-Founder & Managing Director, CliniVantage Healthcare Technologies, said, “The fear surrounding the spread of the pandemic COVID 19 has increased the engagement with digital health throughout the world. The outbreak is an example of how a country like India needs to speed up the adoption of technology to address the need of the masses. The idea behind the launch of CliniQ is to bridge the gap between people, physicians, and health systems, enabling everyone, especially symptomatic patients, to stay at home and communicate with physicians through virtual channels, helping to reduce the spread of the virus to mass populations and the medical staff on the frontlines.”

“CliniQ helps practitioners to build, scale, and optimize their practice by providing service through virtual examination,” he added

India's healthcare system is inadequate to provide quality infrastructure and workforce to millions of its citizens is well known. CliniQ has unified all the roles of doctor’s practice so that they can provide advanced clinical care, and bypass various redundant tasks to seamlessly communicate, exchange medical records, and information.

CliniQ’s patient app will allow patients to notify doctors at the time of emergency and access as well as renew the diagnostics orders & e-prescription.

The startup plans to connect patients, physicians, and specialists on one platform in order to take the second opinion which is required for the right treatment.


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