The COVID-19 pandemic resulted into untimely crisis, which had a devastating global impact on the health of the population and a huge economic impact on most countries. The past few years have taught a lot of things to the world about why maintaining a healthier lifestyle is essential for all. When we look after our physical and mental health, we feel better, fitter, more relaxed to cope with difficult circumstances. During this time, medical practitioners along with video conferencing solution providers understood a great deal about virtual consultations, and how combining both together can be a revolutionary next-step for the Health care sector.

How are Virtual Consultations helpful?

An efficient video conferencing & collaboration platform enables seamless virtual consultations that can be conducted from the comfort of one’s home, empowering a quick resolution, prescription, and medication even at low network areas.

The shift to telemedicine increased gigantically during Covid-19 because of the social distancing restrictions that were enforced on people, which made virtual consultations a necessity in every household. Video conferencing came in the form of rescue for the people seeking for expertise from specialist doctors, without a risk of visiting a clinic and catching the virus.

Virtual consultations are a modern solution for delivering traditional consultations. They provide an opportunity to make Health care easily available for patients across the globe.

People in rural areas do not have easy access to quality healthcare. Every appointment requires them to travel to the closest city and seek consultation. Cost of accommodation, travel along with the uncertainty of a timely appointment, is a massive burden for these people. An efficient telehealth and telemedicine solution can eradicate all these problems faced by the rural population, abolishing a major issue from the society.

According to Markets and Markets, the global telehealth & telemedicine market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 37.7% during the forecasted period, to reach USD 191.7 billion by 2025 from an estimated USD 38.7 billion in 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic is providing immense opportunities for the telemedicine solution providers to think beyond the traditional in-person patient-doctor consultations. Telemedicine has facilitated patient monitoring through computer, tablet, or phone technology making in-person clinical visits not a necessity.

inClinic is a virtual patient-doctor platform that connects patients with doctors facilitating round-the-clock appointment booking, onsite and remotely for seamless virtual consultations and interactions. With inClinic reduce the chances of catching a new disease or illness, the transportation time or cost, and find an immediate access to specialist doctors and better health.

We provide convenience in exchange of information about hospital capabilities, critical findings from research and patient history with key stakeholders, which completely eliminates the costs of travel, accommodation, and setting up a physical clinic.