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MVP Group debuts all-in-one telehealth app

The mWell all-in-one mobile app aims to provide professional consultations, wellness programs, telehealth, and even delivery services.

Telemedecine doc says tech made diagnosis easier, more accurate

MedCheck founder and CEO Amiel Herrera said modern technology has allowed physicians to do away with "trial-and-error" technique in their medical diagnosis and treating potentially terminal diseases.

Swiss healthcare firm bullish on growth of telemedicine in PH

With telemedicine services, patients do not need to put off consulting with a doctor, according to the local branch of the Swiss telemedicine giant Medgate.

Poor connectivity cited as biggest hurdle for telemedicine in PH

The lack of broadband connectivity is seen as one of the biggest hurdles for telemedicine to fully take off in the Philippines. Telemedicine, defined as...

Telehealth startup KonsultaMD posts 450% jump in consultations

After years of not being given much attention, telehealth is now gaining ground in the Philippines as people become wary of visiting hospitals and clinics due to risks of contracting Covid-19.

DOH, UP issue guidelines on telemedicine practice in PH

The telemedicine guidelines comes after the DOH and the National Privacy Commission released an earlier joint memorandum circular allowing the use of telemedicine as a way to respond to the Covid-19 health crisis.

Teleconsultation comes to the aid of non-Covid patients

Despite the limitations brought about the Covid-19 pandemic, technology has provided a solution for physicians to still practice their profession – via teleconsultation.

Makati Med, PayMaya pilot ‘teleconsultation’ in light of Covid-19 contagion

Once the “teleconsultation” is over, patients will receive an SMS from their doctor which will contain details on how they can pay for the consultation fee via their PayMaya account.

PATDU | Privacy should not be an obstacle to telemedicine

Today, as we are in community quarantine and as we practice social distancing, telemedicine may be the answer to the need of patients seeking consult but unable to travel or unwilling to take the risk of additional exposure to the novel coronavirus.
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