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New IT Platform for Telemedicine to Launch in Moscow

August 12, 2021, 12:18 (UTC+3)|

Telemedicine service Doctor Ryadom announced its plans to launch a new IT platform and mobile application, as well as the transition to proprietary software created jointly with the former IT team of the Doc+ project.

According to the company, the transition to a new platform will bring products using data science and machine learning technologies to the market. The app will allow users to receive remote medical advice, set appointments with clinics, and make purchases in the service's store. Interviewing and collecting the patient's anamnesis before consulting a doctor will be carried out using an AI-based chatbot.

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Denis Shvetsov, CEO of Doctor Ryadom

Ruslan Zaydullin, co-founder of Doc+

In August 2020, telemedicine service Doc+ and the medical company Doctor Ryadom announced their merger agreement. As part of the deal, Doctor Ryadom received the Doc+ platform, as well as the technology, based on which Doc + developed a chatbot and a medical record control system.

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