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Medical networking app Curofy connects doctors for collaborative learning & holistic patient treatment

Our Bureau, Mumbai
Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 16:30 Hrs  [IST]

Curofy, a medical networking app that enables safe and secure communication between doctors, is all set to woo the Indian market by empaneling with the doctors across the country. Curofy is a platform which entitles doctors to easily connect with other doctors for collaborative learning and holistic patient treatment.

Witnessing the growing scenario of healthcare sector in India, a platform like Curofy will help doctors from across the globe to share their opinions and experiences with doctors in the country. The agenda behind this venture is to build a medical network for the purpose of collaborative learning and network expansion of Indian doctors mushroom and enhance the medical network across India.

Curofy with its online medical directory prepopulates profiles of doctors based on the public data, they fill their basic details to enter into the premium network post verification. It’s a spam-free and secure environment to communicate with each other, provide referrals, share cases, call other doctors without saving numbers and have access to loads of most recent, specialty-wise developments taking place in the fields of medicine, surgery, nutrition and dentistry, and even provide a platform for collaborative learning. Curofy has recently launched its job module which experienced a 20 per cent application rate of medical jobs in its pilot phase.



Mudit, co-founder, Curofy, says “The Indian healthcare industry is growing at a tremendous pace due to its strengthening coverage, services and increasing expenditure by public as well private players. Therefore, a platform like Curofy will help the industry to be closely knitted and be connected with each other.”

With the help of this application, the doctors in India can interact with the doctors across the globe and also recommend their patents if required. The application can also help the doctors to know about the new developments in the industry which in turn will help them to be updated with the progress in the sector.

“In as little as three months of its launch, over 3500 doctors, including super-specialists from premium hospitals like Medanta, Apollo, Max and Saket City and physicians from 70 cities, are using the app and actively using it amongst themselves,” says other co-founder, Nipun Goyal.

 

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