International Medical Link (IML) has today announced its partnership with CTI Africa which will provide the LifeHealth wallet and LifeHealth CTC (Call the Clinic) applications to enhance access to quality healthcare to their clients conveniently.
LifeHealth CTC is an innovative digital Health service offered by CTI Africa and the LifeHealth wallet keeps a record of you and your family’s vital signs, prescriptions and general medical history.
On the LifeHealth CTC application, clients are able to talk to a doctor in a virtual enhanced environment using both video and voice calls wherever they are be at home, at work and its on call 24/7.
The apps are available for download from the google play store and will soon be available on the apple store.
According to the Managing Director of IML Dr Possy Mugyenyi, the major aim is to provide the clients with affordable and innovative health packages and that is why they have partnered with CTI to bring a world class digital health platform closer to the people.
“Such digital health innovations expand health professional’s time for actual patient-contact and monitoring and this is particularly important for patients or clinics located in rural areas or for home-care or outpatients where travel is difficult or not recommended.” Dr. Grace Kaisa, Director, CTI LifeHealth said.
The Head Public Relations and Partnerships at CTI Africa David Mihigo said the application reduces the financial burdens associated with disease management for both the clinic and patients.
“With movement limitations put in place because of Coronavirus pandemic outbreak, which has affected access to a number of services including medical care, the partnership has come at the right time and will help people access medical services in real time” Mihigo said.
As part of the Life Health Network, IML clients will reap numerous benefits such as access to medical specialists, home visits, nutrition support, pharmaceutical deliveries, emergency care and so many others.
Mihigo said that they have also partnered with SAS Clinic, Vonage, Ecopharm and Guardian pharmacies to deliver this service.
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