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TELECONSULTATION SOFTWARE

Hospital-grade teleconsultation solution
for the entire care journey

Teleconsultation software

Provide a secure, dependable and easy-to-use teleconsultation experience to patients, doctors and administrators with an all-in-one teleconsultation solution. Use a single platform for different processes, from appointment scheduling to payments and feedback for teleconsultation sessions.

A virtual consultation session is a stressful and anxiety-inducing experience for any patient. Patients expect a seamless experience that allows them to benefit from virtual consultations with minimal hassles.

BestDoc’s teleconsultation solution enables your healthcare brand to provide a convenient patient experience without having them to access different solutions for different needs, such as booking an appointment or leaving feedback.

Give Your Patients a Smooth and Comfortable Virtual Consultation Experience

End-to-End Teleconsultation

Scheduling

Appointment Scheduling

Calendar

Appointment booking

reminder

Follow-up reminders

Payments

Payments

Video Consultation

Video/audio consultations

Prescription Icon

Emailing prescriptions

Feedback

Feedback collection

Cancellation

Cancellations

Reschedule

Rescheduling

FAQs

No. Patients and doctors can attend teleconsultation sessions via their web browser without downloading a separate app. 

Yes, with BestDoc’s teleconsultation solution, doctors can do teleconsultation from anywhere, including their homes. They can log into the portal, view upcoming appointments, and even get reminders through SMS.

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An EY IPA study predicts the telemedicine market size in India would see a 31% hike by the year 2025, reaching US$5.5 billion. A TransUnion Healthcare report states, 33% of patients used telehealth in 2020 and 59% did so because of the pandemic. Interestingly, telehealth is not a short-term fad. A Mckinsey survey highlighted that nearly 40% of patients would continue to use telehealth going forward, which is up from 11% of consumers using telehealth before COVID-19.

An EY IPA study predicts the telemedicine market size in India would see a 31% hike by the year 2025, reaching US$5.5 billion. A TransUnion Healthcare report states, 33% of patients used telehealth in 2020 and 59% did so because of the pandemic. Interestingly, telehealth is not a short-term fad. A Mckinsey survey highlighted that nearly 40% of patients would continue to use telehealth going forward, which is up from 11% of consumers using telehealth before COVID-19.