Doctorguru.com unveils luxury medical portal for medical professionals in Singapore
The first ever online premium doctor listing Doctorguru.com has unveiled its first every luxury medical portal for the medical professionals in Singapore.
The luxury e-health portal is created to bring only the best top doctors and clinics in Singapore to online patients. The user friendly website is built for the users to find their preferred specialists. It also helps patients to learn more about what the different medical terms are and how it affects their daily lives.
The moment the user lands on a specific medical keyword like Plastic Surgery Singapore, the website will immediately display a limited number of plastic surgeons.
The user, just with one glance, will have at most 10 choices of doctors to select from. Every choice will have a short and concise description of the doctor’s contact details and a button to view the profile of doctors.
The patients will also be able to book appointments directly with Singapore doctors through a response and real-time contact form. The visitors can also recommend the doctor to their family and friends through Facebook share button.
Doctorguru.com.sg also provides useful information for medical tourism in Singapore. It also provides information of the luxury 5 star hotels nearby private hospitals and medical healthcare centres.
Lin Lijjie, the Founder of DoctorGuru.com.sg , said, ““After analysis of current online doctor directories or portals in Singapore, the amount of doctors listed on each portal is limitless. It is overwhelming for the online patient. They have too many choices and will not know which doctors are the top of their profession.” He adds, “Due to the overwhelming information available online, DoctorGuru.com.sg improves the quality of Singapore’s online healthcare experience and is set to widen its scope to the rest of Southeast-Asia including Malaysia and Indonesia.”
DoctorGuru.com.sg is an online luxury e-health portal founded in December 2012 in Singapore by Lin Lijie, its sole Founder. It aims to create value for the online community by building a high-end user-friendly platform for international/local patients and accomplished medical specialists in Singapore.
Rackspace surveys healthcare leaders' knowledge of tech
A new survey sponsored by Rackspace Technology has analysed how well healthcare leaders understand technology today, compared to five years ago.
Rackspace polled more than 1400 IT and non-IT decision makers in companies making over $300 million a year in six industries, one of which was healthcare.
The survey asked healthcare executives about the changing role of technology in their area, including the dangers of falling behind, their knowledge of the role of technology, and familiarity with what technology can do to the bottom-line.
The majority (90%) say their appreciation for application technology has grown over the past five years, and 88% now have a better understanding of technology than they did five years ago.
They were also asked about the ways technology helps drive corporate strategies. The survey found that:
* 62% say automation drives efficiencies
* 50% say they leverage innovative technologies like IoT and cloud native applications
* 48% say it allows greater employee collaboration
* 48% say it gives them real-time analysis/customer ‘pulse’
Among the technologies that benefit healthcare organisations the most financially i.e. generating revenue and reducing costs:
* 60% say AI/machine learning
* 61% say cybersecurity
* 56% say enterprise software
* 45% say e-commerce
* 44% say SaaS
* 41% say IoT
Almost half of the respondents (44%) say that if legacy applications aren’t modernised in the next two to three years, healthcare organisations may lose their ability to compete.
Other consequences of delaying modernising applications include:
* 56% say they wouldn’t be able to meet new regulations
* 46% say they wouldn’t be able to scale up IT to meet new demands
* 44% say customer service levels would be reduced
* 36% say they wouldn’t be able to integrate
* 33% say poor staff morale would result from inadequate systems
* 33% say there would be lost productivity
Jeff DeVerter, CTO at Rackspace Technology, commented on the research: “The results of our survey are further evidence that modernising applications through a user lens is not just a ‘nice to have’ from a customer satisfaction perspective, but also delivers a wealth of tangible, quantifiable benefits to organisations.
“Applications are a foundation of customer experience, and it is encouraging to see an increased focused and rising enthusiasm for customer experience improvements.”