Editorial Team

In the recent past online education has been picking up consistent momentum, and now it is set to enter mainstream learning culture. It is well known that Medical practitioners are spread across the breadth of the country including in remote locations which makes it impossible to gather members under one roof and disseminate information on new medical science In fact, geographic limitation is one major factor identified as a gap in medical education. And this is where the online mode of learning enters the scene to provide a dynamic alternative.

1. Medisage

MediSage is a knowledge app designed exclusively for doctors and poised to become the largest Healthcare Professional (HCP) network in the world. It enables the medical community to stay abreast with the latest medical knowledge, get updates on latest Medical Trials, New drugs, diagnostics & devices and gain insights from experts through Case studies. Doctors can now access medical journals on their fingertips and watch short videos created by Key Opinion Leaders covering essential clinical challenges. Medisageis collaborating with Global universities, Medical associations, Subject matter experts, and Medical bodies to develop, curate and certify content for the use of HCPs across various specialties.

Founded in 2019 by Bhagwat Dhingra and Abhishek Ghosh. Medisage is creating a robust ecosystem to empower Doctors worldwide & Enable Clinical Innovation.

2. Omnicuris

Bengaluru based ‘Omnicuris’ aims to improve the quality of healthcare in India by using digital channels which are omnipresent across India. The Goal of this app is to enhance the competence of medical professionals by providing them with accredited online Continuous medical education(CME) covering a wide range of medical specialities. It provide numerous services to medical professionals like certified CMEs, earn CME credit points with the comfort of their cabins/homes, etc. The biggest advantage of a platform like Omnicuris is that it is Cost effective, interactive and non-time bound along-with providing doctors and physicians an opportunity to upgrade their knowledge to reduce medical negligence and improve competencies.

3. Curofy

Curofy is a medical app exclusively for the doctors. It is a platform for doctors to collaborate on clinical cases and to stay updated with the latest medical news and updates in the industry. It also helps the doctors to access the latest journals, medical guidelines, and MCQs. Also doctors and students alike get to access videos and AMA sessions from eminent doctors like Dr Najeeb and other eminent doctors in their field. This platform also allows medical suppliers to notify doctors about the new medical drug samples, device demos, webinars, events, and surveys. ‘Curofy’ team does their best to make the platform spam-free and delivering only relevant information to the doctors.

4. UpToDate

UpToDate for doctors aims to keep them stay abreast of contemporary standards in the workflow and on-the-go. This resource is associated with improved patient outcomes, and hospital performance. UpToDate is written by over 7,100 physician authors, editors, and peer reviewers. It is available both via the Internet and offline on personal computers or mobile devices. The company was launched in 1992 by Dr. Burton Rose along with Dr. Joseph Rush. Doctors from all around the world have the possibility to get proven recommendations from the world’s best experts.

5. PEPID

PEPID is a clinical support app widely used by emergency room Physicians. This medical reference app helps Physicians diagnose faster based on quick understanding of patients’ symptoms. PEPID has provided exclusive web based solutions that enable healthcare professionals to efficiently pin-point diagnoses, treat diseases and medical conditions, detect harmful drug interactions, and allergy sensitivities. PEPID’s products are integrated within the system of clinics, hospitals, universities, and schools around the world.

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