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Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
BloombergQuint - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »


Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
Investing.com - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »


Pandemic Bolsters Case for Telemedicine Across Asia-Pacific
Bloomberg - 24.Jul.2020

Dhruv Kumar, chief executive officer of Tamil Nadu-based iCliniq: The Virtual Hospital, which facilitates virtual care with a network of 3,500 doctors, said online consultations are up four-fold from a year ago. Patients are drawn mainly from the Persian Gulf, Europe and the U.S., where medical costs are much higher than in India. ... read more »


Silver lining: Amid layoffs, edtech and healthcare cos look to hire fresh talent
Times of India - 25.Apr.2020

Telemedicine portal iCliniq which currently has 30 employees is looking to add another 70. “The company has an urgent need for engineers. Choosing them is a difficult task, because a lot of them have been recently laid off and checking their mettle is a challenge,” said Dhruv Suyamprakash, CEO, iCliniq. ... read more »


The best telemedicine services for anyone unable to visit a doctor's office in person
INSIDER - 14.Apr.2020

With more than 3,500 doctors, specializing in over 80 areas of medicine, iCliniq became a popular resource for those looking for quick and reliable medical advice at any time of the day or night. Communication with a medical professional is handled via online chat, which can be accessed through a smartphone app (iOS/Android), or via Slack or Telegram. ... read more »


5 Things to Know About Telemedicine
Concierge Medicine Today - 06.Apr.2020

iCliniq - This virtual clinic offers a free consultation to get started and allows you to submit written questions, request a phone call or interact using online video. ... read more »


5 Best Telehealth Consultation Services in Australia
Best in Australia - 02.Apr.2020

iCliniq is a safe online community for patients and qualified doctors. Using the iCliniq app, patients can consult with doctors anywhere and anytime, via four different modes of communication: query, chat, phone call and video call. Designed to be a “second opinion” platform, iCliniq is an easy to use online source of medical expertise where patients can get much-needed advice from a qualified doctor. ... read more »


Everything to Know About Telemedicine During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Parade.com - 23.Mar.2020

Telemedicine is having a serious moment amid the coronavirus pandemic. At a time when a lot of people are ill but simultaneously unable and not recommended to go to a doctor’s physical office, having access to a physician from the safety of your own home and being able to talk to a doctor online while social distancing is a priceless resource. If you’ve never worked with telehealth or telemedicine before, here’s everything you need to know to get well—from behind your screen..........Available worldwide, you can get answers from more than 1,000 doctors to medical questions on iCliniq, as well as search archived questions and answers. ... read more »


Covid worries push people to telemedicine consulting
The Times of India - 19.Mar.2020

Same is the case with Coimbatore-based iCliniq which is also witnessing a 20% rise in consultations from Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. “It is a black swan moment for us; this situation is helping the telemedicine industry. While we are not promoting ourselves in any way, we are trying to help customers who are in panic,” said Dhruv Suyamprakash, founder, iCliniq ... read more »


Trump touts telehealth in coronavirus pandemic fight
Yahoo Finance - 18.Mar.2020

Calling it a "historic breakthrough," the Trump administration Tuesday announced an expansion of telehealth services for seniors in an effort to Americancs from visiting doctor’s offices in person and risk spreading or catching the novel coronavirus................... If you are caught with an emergency on vacation and are looking for emergency care, ICliniq has a virtual hospital service. The company founded in 2012, offers online access to a catalog of specialty doctors, and the platform caters specifically to expatriates and travelers. ... read more »