Your throat is sore. Your nose is running. You’ve been sitting in the doctor’s office for what feels like hours. You’re worried about the other strange ailments you could catch from the person sitting next to you. And all you wanted to do is to get a prescription to treat your virus.
A Montreal-based tech firm is hoping to minimize these kinds of potentially unnecessary visits to the doctor’s office and cut down on the amount of time that employees are forced to miss work.
Dialogue is an app that connects workers with doctors and nurses through their mobile phone. Employers can subscribe to the service for the cost of about “less than a coffee” for each worker per week.
This gives workers access to Dialogue’s team of doctors and nurses, but also specialists such as dermatologists, psychologists and nutritionists. That means patients can send pictures through instant messaging or talk over video chat, so they canRead More »from This healthcare app aims to save workers a trip to the doctor’s office