An India-based health-tech startup MedPiper technologies has launched a slew of health-tech tools for the use of healthcare professionals to help them during and after the pandemic.
MedPiper will also consist of a resume builder for healthcare practitioners and a CME platform which will help them in improving their medical education.
The new features on MedPiper have been built to improve the overall experience for its end users – medical practitioners, hospitals and healthcare organisations.
These enhancements make the platform be the complete and robust end-to-end solution provider that allows the optimisation of the user experience across the entire career lifecycle of a doctor, from the time they graduate from medical college and job hunting to updating and improving their medical knowledge in their opted fields of specialisation, the company said.
“We combine technology with healthcare to help the practitioners be the best version of themselves in their specialisation and also find the right fit for themselves in the right healthcare organisation,” said Nitthin Chandran, Co-founder and CEO, MedPiper Technologies.
“We are very focused on providing online tools to make the process of telecommunication easier in this time of the pandemic. Automated processes, online prescription builders, a network of peer-verified professionals for healthcare-based discussions and online CME platforms are just a few of the features that we are offering for our users,” said Pranay Suyash, Co-Founder and CTO, MedPiper Technologies.
Chandran further added that they are using technology to make the healthcare process easy for doctors, hospitals as well as patients. They are also working with doctors, government bodies, educational institutions, and healthcare organizations to make the verifying and hiring processes entirely seamless and transparent.
This is to reduce the risk of fake practitioners and the time taken to acknowledge, authorize and verify new practitioners.
The new features include a job portal for the healthcare industry. MedPiper Connect is a career shop for doctors, hospitals, doctors searching for duties, HCPs, as well as organisations searching for doctors to fill their vacancies and their verification.
MedPiper Connect uses technology to enable the verification of profile credentials by peers, educators, employers and authorities, and match the profiles with verified credentials with various job requirements.
Every user on MedPiper Connect can build their resumes according to a preset online template, certified by a senior panel of doctors.
This will help reduce the time spent in creating profiles and ensure that the profile is duly verified by our peer authentication and verification network, so they can upload it directly on our MedPiper Connect.
The doctors will be able to connect with each other on the MedPiper Community, to share their feedback on their resumes, interact with each other and participate in various forums, thereby helping MedPiper build better products with their constant reviews.
CME platform for doctors MedPiper’s CME portal allows a healthcare practitioner to pick up courses in their specialized field, and complete them.
These courses are built by professionals and experts in the specific field and consist of recorded lectures, webinars, Q&A sessions, and post-course assessments that users can take up for credits. Certificates are provided after courses to the users, which allows them to build on their skill sets.
Automated tool for doctors to access their prescriptions. MedPiper’s prescription builder, MScribe, is a tool that automates all the prescriptions, and stores them in one place, thereby allowing the doctors to access the patient’s medical history and data whenever they want.
Fully packed with all the essential inputs like unique patient IDs, and medicine consumption slots, MScribe makes it easier for doctors to use it and also for pharmacies and the patients to keep an easy check on the contents of the prescription in itself. MScribe is not just for big hospitals but also for mid-size and small hospitals and clinics throughout India.
India recorded 1.34 lakh fresh cases of COVID19 and over 2 lakh deaths.