Apply for your ' PK+ Telehealth module(s)' in 2 easy steps
Apply for integrated PK+ Telehealth solutions or one application for your pharmacy, clinic or hospital such as pharmacy kiosk,
Video counselling with audit trail and translation or Onecare plan for remote patients’ monitoring with IBM AI analysis for early
intervention. We offer secure, convenient and private patient centric services with pharmacy services including drug adherence.
To apply for your module app please follow the following instructions:
Health care systems across the world are being overwhelmed in resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Continuous implementation of remote patient monitoring worldwide is the result of the need to have greater access to health care, improved patient satisfaction, and increased patient engagement. This has added to the use for value-based services of linked health tools like mobile applications and wearable devices. Moreover, artificial intelligence and automation systems are streamlining the workflow and reducing doctors’ burnout in hospitals. The emphasis has always been on improving the quality of life for patients, thus telehealth is such a groundbreaking discovery as it enables physicians to provide timely accurate care and patients to recover rapidly. Telehealth was once considered a futuristic plan but now plays an important role in the healthcare sector since people around the world seek quality, convenience, and comfort.
The PK+ Telehealth SuiteTM offers an array of digital applications that provide advanced, easy, and secure access to a wide range of telehealth services (e.g., pharmaceutical order, handling, and monitoring) for healthcare providers and their patients. The PK+ suite is composed of several solutions (click here to know more), which depending on particular demands, can be bought as fully integrated services or as specific services to be integrated into a health care provider’s system. This suite currently consists of six modules, which include online pharmacy integration, a video chat app with translations, IBM Watson Artificial Intelligence, tools for allowing the elderly to stay independent as much as possible, and precursor technology such as a pharmacy kiosk.