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Batelco has just launched an application called MyClinic, a digital-cloud based solution it believes is ideal for medical staff working in hospitals and clinics across the kingdom.
The application, it says, will help medical institutions with a patient and appointments management system, medical and lab history, radiology and prescription management, billing and accounting, in addition to a fully customisable dashboard including medical reports.
“Technology is playing an increasingly important role in the healthcare sector and the launch of MyClinic will serve to greatly improve the communication channels within medical premises by establishing enhanced communication and reporting platforms,” a Batelco spokesman said.
The application aims to help healthcare providers enhance their interactions with patients, thereby improving efficiency and effectiveness when providing medical assistance. It also serves to replace paper documents and file folders, making it more convenient.
It is available on ‘easy and competitive’ installment plans, compatible with any browser on any handheld device, and is available on both Android and iOS for smartphones and tablets.