Abu Dhabi is taking further steps to give residents access to medical diagnostic services from the comfort of their homes.
A new digital platform has been launched in the emirate so that people can avoid visits to clinics and hospitals for non-emergency cases.
The ‘Remote Healthcare’ App supports the elderly, people with chronic diseases as well as those under isolation due to COVID-19.
Patients can use the A.I.-driven platform for booking remote consultations with doctors and managing appointments.
It can also handle request for prescriptions and medicine delivery online.
The Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DoH) has launched the app in collaboration with Injazat Data Systems.
DoH in collaboration with Injazat & #Healthcare providers in #AbuDhabi, launched the “Remote Healthcare Platform” a smartphone application which allows users easy & safe access to medical services#AI #RemoteCare #covid19 #coronavirus #healthcare #a_healthier_abudhabi pic.twitter.com/qq81nCfjnh— دائرة الصحة - أبوظبي (@DoHSocial) April 13, 2020