In today’s digital age, having a mobile app for your pharmacy can significantly enhance customer experience, streamline operations, and boost overall business growth. Here are five compelling reasons why your pharmacy should consider investing in a mobile app:
We were thrilled to experience unprecedented interest in PK+ Telehealth offerings from the visitors who visited us in our booth at the Canadian pavilion during Arab Health 2023 and the out-reach mission to Saudi Arabia, where many of the visitors even returned two or three times to get in-depth information and answers they need.
The PK+ Telehealth Suite™, an integrated digital application that provide healthcare providers & their patients with advanced, convenient, and secure access to a wide range of telehealth services, as well as virtual pharmacy order processing, tracking and patient remote monitoring using AI technology for early detection and intervention.
An algorithm developed using artificial intelligence could help doctors to diagnose heart attacks in women more accurately and quicker than ever before, according to research we fund and being presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona.
As a bill that would expand Medicare coverage for telehealth services makes its way through the U.S. Senate, a new study of people with advanced cancer suggests the practice could improve the lives of patients. Read more
Remote patient monitoring using novel technology may make it possible for rheumatologists to choose the “right drug right out of the gate,” according to data presented at the Congress of Clinical Rheumatology East. Read more
Research published in the International Journal of Cardiology found that all-cause and cardiovascular deaths decreased after implementing various digital health interventions (DHI), including telehealth, remote patient monitoring, and smartphone applications. Read more
The United States is a pioneer and leading country in embracing telehealth, mainly due to rising healthcare costs, supporting government reforms, improving reimbursement policies, increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, shortage of healthcare professionals, increasing funding for telehealth, and presence of several key players. Read more…