18 January 2019 | News
Users will now be able to easily consult DocsApp doctors from any platform that has integrated the DocsApp SDK.
In its constant endeavour to provide access to specialist doctors instantly to Indians, DocsApp, the leading online doctor consultation platform, has announced the launch of its software development kit (SDK) for android and web platforms. The SDK integration will enable DocsApp customers to consult a doctor without downloading DocsApp, therefore making the lives of patients easier and more convenient. In addition, users will be able to easily access their DocsApp profiles from any website or android app that has integrated the DocsApp SDK.
The SDK integration will also help other businesses to offer doctor consultation services without requiring their customers to move outside the application. With the integration, their users can also talk to doctors within 8 minutes. Few medicine delivery apps, a popular chat app and a medical information website have already initiated the process of integrating the DocsApp SDK with their platforms.
“As we enter the next phase of our growth, the SDK integration will enable us to cater to a larger section of the population with our on-demand and high-quality doctor consultation. Since the beginning, DocsApp has been committed to making quality healthcare accessible by all, breaking geographical as well as socio-economic barriers. And, the latest development further reinforces our purpose,” said Satish Kannan, CEO/Co-founder of DocsApp.
“We will be making SDK open for any business who wants to provide specialist doctor access to their customers. Any website or mobile application owner can integrate the SDK without any hassle. We are confident that the SDK integration of DocsApp will offer a seamless experience not only to our customers but also other users who are seeking doctor consultation but are not logged into DocsApp yet,” he added.
DocsApp is a frontrunner in the online doctor consultation space, adhering strictly to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) 3As - Availability, Affordability, and Accessibility. With more than 5000 world-class doctors on board, the platform provides consultation in 19 specialities including gynaecology, sexology, paediatrics, dermatology, psychiatry, weight management among others. Through its mobile application and website, DocsApp has helped patients residing in even the remotest corners of India to access the best quality medical consultation. With a dedicated focus on expanding its scale of operations, DocsApp aims to reach 5 million users across the country by the end of this year.