Doctor on Demand, Inc. is a private US-based Application Software company that market a telehealth platform. Doctor On Demand, Inc. does not itself provide any physician, mental health or other healthcare provider services.
The Doctor on Demand application provides face-to-face doctor consultations for patients with certain medical conditions, with or without insurance, through their phone, computer or tablet. Patients pay one set fee for medical visits, while psychological services cost different amounts depending on the different treatments received: Doctorondemand Product
MomConnect is a South African National Department of Health programme with over 20 partners from the public and private sectors.
MomConnect aims to support maternal health through the use of cell phone based technologies integrated into maternal and child health services. The services are free to the user, and messages are available in all 11 official languages. It includes stage-based health messages developed by the National Department of Health with support from our expert partners at Baby Center, a text-based helpdesk that provides answers to pressing questions, a library of health information accessed via a USSD menu, and a service rating feature that allows subscribers to report on the quality of services they receive at facilities. Integrating directly with the national health system, MomConnect presents decision-makers with control interfaces and dashboards to ensure that feedback from mothers reaches the highest levels of government. MomConnect Product
The Novartis Foundation is a philanthropic organization aiming to have a sustainable impact on the health of low-income communities. For the Ghana Telemedicine Program, the foundation partnered with Millennium Promise Alliance, Earth Institute, Columbia University, the Ghana Ministry of Health, Ministry of Communication, National Health Insurance Agency, and Ambulance Service, St. Martin’s Hospital, MedGate, Ericsson and Airtel.
The Ghana Telemedicine Program uses information and communications technology (ICT) to connect community health workers to medical specialists via 24-hour teleconsultation centers. Doctors, nurses and midwives in the teleconsultation centers coach community health workers and advise on the treatment of their patients, helping them manage emergency cases that are beyond their capacity and avoiding unnecessary referrals. Ghana Telemedicine Program
Project ECHO is a free, educational model developed at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center to serve as many patients with hepatitis C as possible. People and organizations from all over the world are leveraging the ECHO Model to scale their own social initiatives in fields like healthcare, education, and social justice.
The ECHO model is not traditional “telemedicine” where the specialist assumes care of the patient, but is instead telementoring, a guided practice model where the participating clinician retains responsibility for managing the patient. Using proven adult learning techniques and interactive video technology, the ECHO Model connects groups of community providers with specialists at centers of excellence in regular real-time collaborative sessions. The ECHO Model
Sharecare is a private US-based Internet Based Services company providing an interoperable platform that integrates fragmented user-friendly experience that engages people in all aspects of their health.
From medication adherence and managing a chronic condition such as diabetes or heart disease to developing better eating habits, improving sleep and reducing stress, Sharecare supports each individual through the lens of their personal health journey and connects them to the right stakeholders at the right time. Sharecare Products