Over 60% of people use telemedicine and electronic pharmacy apps at least once a month.
WATConsult, in the latest issue of WATPapers entitled “Telemedicine and Adopting Electronic Pharmacies During a Pandemic,” suggests increased use of telemedicine services and electronic pharmacies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a survey, 75% of people say that they have increased their use of telemedicine services during a pandemic compared to the pre-pandemic situation. Comply with the COVID-19 safety protocol. Being the most vulnerable, telemedicine and electronic pharmacy service usage is high in the 50-59 age group.
He also noted that the vast majority of people use telemedicine services during the COVID-19 pandemic to find nearby hospitals / clinics and make examinations, tests, and appointments with doctors. .. Over 60% of people use telemedicine and electronic pharmacy apps at least once a month.
Apollo 247-Online Consult, Lybrate, mFine, and Practo are some of the most used telemedicine applications. According to research, pharmacy apps such as PharmaEasy, BookMeds, and SmartMedics were the best choices for most people.
However, the main concern reported by 52% of people is the difficulty of understanding the interface of the application.
Regarding the current issue of WATPapers, WATConsult CEO Heeru Dingra said: This has opened new avenues and opportunities for businesses. Telemedicine has made it possible for patients to consult doctors from anywhere in the world, but as reported in this issue of WATPapers, electronic pharmacy services are extremely convenient and cost-effective. This sector is in its infancy in India, so we understand concerns about privacy, security, negligence and interface challenges. However, I believe it has the potential to grow into a large industry in the future. “
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