Marham App Developed to Act as a Bridge Between Patients & Doctors

Marham App Developed to Act as a Bridge Between Patients & Doctors

Marham App Developed to Act as a Bridge Between Patients & Doctors. Marham, has a Facebook forum that help as a parent platform of the online application. This is based on “Community helping community” forum that helps patients by providing answers by doctors and other community members. The forum acts as an app that helps patient to locate their nearby available doctors and can obtain online appointments. The patients can utilize this forum for queries, medical assistance or getting a second opinion from international doctors. Marham helps patient to get appointments with a single click without waiting for the doctors. Basically Marham act as a bridge between doctors and patients.

CEO and co-founder of Marham, Ehsan Imam said that through their platform more than 400 to 500 appointments booked. Additionally, 200 to 300 queries are being ask on Facebook. While between 1,000 and 2,000 people using the application per day.

Marham App Developed to Act as a Bridge Between Patients & Doctors

The idea for the application came to Ehsan’s mind when his own father was seriously ill and his family faced difficulties locating good consultants and making appointments.

The patients got information through word of mouth only. There was no proper mechanism available to obtain information since there were lots of problems face during that painful time,

He further added,

The traffic for a few doctors is in the hundreds whereas other foreign qualified and young doctors have no patients, so through this application we have been trying to divert patients to those doctors to reduce the long queue of up to five months,

According to Imam, they have been also tiresome to encourage medical tourism, which is currently on the growth in the adjacent country of India, due to its low medical expenses in the provision of healthcare facilities.

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