We’re extremely proud to showcase some our recent press coverage following the launch of Dr Now, with the platform recently featured in highly-regarded broadsheet publication The Guardian.
Our inclusion in this fantastic is testament to the high potential and industry-changing nature of the innovative new mobile application, with both papers focusing on our potential to reshape primary healthcare in the UK and beyond.
On top of this, the mobile app created by Now Healthcare Group has received coverage from BBC Radio Merseyside and ITV’s morning programme, Lorraine.
The Guardian explores Dr Now’s status as the world’s first ever app to diagnose patients and also deliver medication directly to their door – setting us apart from rival companies in the telehealth industry.
Dr Now is described as providing a solution for today’s go-to society, making video consultations with GPs a more convenient option than a trip to your local practice. With the vast majority (90%) of GP diagnoses not relying on a physical examination, Dr Now is bringing patients the instant primary healthcare – from fully-qualified and experienced doctors – that they need at the touch of a button.
You can read the full article by visiting The Guardian website at the link below: