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Mobile healthcare app launched in India

With the launch of Practo Ray – a customized mobile application for healthcare services – Asia’s leading healthcare platform, known as Practo, has expanded its service range in the Indian market.

The app will provide specialty specific modules for dentists, physicians and pediatricians. Moreover, the Practo Ray-Pediatricians feature further enables timely immunization of children with regular reminder notification and using 5 automated World Health Organization (WHO) standard growth charts.

The Practo Ray-Physicians feature will also enable doctors to digitally generate lab reports as well as prescribe lab tests, signaling a potential for more lifestyle apps to be released.

Is India stepping into the era of digitalized healthcare?

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