Info2cell.com to expand medical app scope
Dubai, June 19, 2013
Info2cell.com, a leading mobile service application provider in the region, will be expanding the reach of its free medical mobile applications with the signing of two additional contracts in Egypt.
The company has revealed that it is currently in talks with many labs across the GCC region to broaden the reach of its Bio Lab, a medical application that helps users keep track of their laboratory test results and take necessary measures to treat their specific medical condition.
Several medical institutions and specialty laboratories have since singed up with Info2cell.com for the unique service, a statement said.
The app enables users to view and store their lab results and even share the information securely with their doctors via email.
It keeps a medical profile of the user; features a comprehensive database of local and regional doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and health insurance providers; it also can even alert users on the proper dosage and frequency for their medication. The app also provides updates on interesting news and valuable information pertaining to health and lifestyles.
Bashar Dahabra, founder and CEO, Info2cell.com, said: “The healthcare industry today is in the midst of a mobile revolution, with the rapidly growing adoption of latest mobile technologies to alleviate healthcare standards.”
“In line with this, Info2cell.com is constantly looking to introduce various value-added services and applications to fill the gaps in medical care. Today, doctors are increasingly using mobile apps to boost their efficiency, while patients are relying on apps that give them greater control of their overall healthcare routine.
“Our goal is to provide a fast, reliable and efficient way to stay in touch, exchange information and help patients to monitor specific aspects of their health and take more responsibility for their well-being. Another important use of medical apps is for people involved in medical research as these apps can be a valuable source of information,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service