iCliniq is an online medical second opinion platform with more than 2500 doctors from 80+ medical specialities. iCliniq solved more than 700,000 health queries about various ailments of users from 160+ countries.
Around the web
Why AI has yet to solidify its role in health careIf you're searching for an industry that's defined by innovation and technological progression, look no further than health care. Despite heavy regulations and high barriers to entry, this sector continues to see major breakthroughs on a regular basis. So is the health care industry ready for a breakthrough when it comes to artificial intelligence?
This Startup is Using Chatbots to Tackle The Issue of HealthcareYou're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. When everyone in his peer group was aiming to join a university abroad to do their masters, entrepreneur Dhruv Suyamprakasam joined an IT services company. However, his stint at the company didn't last very long as he soon felt a sense of incompleteness at a corporate job.
EntrepreneurSneha Banerjee * Entrepreneur Staff
Tech good careWHEN WAS the last time you looked for advice on the Web before turning to a healthcare professional after experiencing worrisome bodily symptoms Chances are, very recently and quite often. But how many times, under the same circumstances, have you actually paid to consult and receive treatment from an online medical practitioner Rarely maybe or even never.
The Financial Express
Telemedicine: 17 Best CompaniesIt can be difficult to make time to see your doctor. Between busy schedules and limited appointment availability, staying healthy can lead to extra stress. Telemedicine allows you to discuss non-emergency medical issues with a doctor by phone or online at a time that's convenient for you.
The Top 5 Companies in TelemedicineTelemedicine represents a growing segment of the healthcare sector, and telemedicine companies are reaping the benefits of its rising popularity. According to the Global Telemedicine Market Outlook 2020, published by RNCOS Consultancy, the global market for telemedicine technology was estimated at $17.8 billion as of 2014, with a projected compound annual growth rate of 18.4% through 2020.