Roundup: WhatsApp chatbot for checking health information released in India and more updates

The Healthy Indian Project has launched a chatbot to monitor health information

THIP Media, the media arm of The Healthy Indian Project, has developed and launched a WhatsApp chatbot for tracking health information.

Called by Ask RAKSHA (Easy Information and Support for Health Care), the chatbot helps users find answers to their health questions and validate health information. Fact-checking is provided by three independent organizations certified by the International Fact-Checking Network.

In addition to the information review, it also provides health advice and questionnaires to assess the user’s medical knowledge.

The chatbot is available in English with Hindi and Bengali versions coming soon.

WhatsApp has previously teamed up with the Indian government to introduce the MyGov Corona Helpdesk on its site which provides accurate and certified COVID-19 contact information.

MediHeroes is based in Seoul to introduce healthcare supplies, services market

MediHeroes of South Korea is set to go live with its B2B platform to provide healthcare supplies and services.

Announcing worldwide this April 15, the Verify Before Buy platform introduces MediHeroes ’independent on -board, search, and algorithmic comparison to reach buyers and sellers. further integrating a wide range of products and services.

Through the platform, customers can access product information, certifications, medical reports, professional licenses and professional credit evaluations online and in real time. It supports market expansion by allowing customers to search for advertisers around the world.

Founded in 2020, MediHeroes will begin serving suppliers and retailers of COVID-19-related products. According to the company, its B2B platform will help customers and vendors “save months to years of time” in access to quality healthcare supplies and services.

SRL Diagnostics is experimenting with drone delivery

SRL Diagnostics has completed a drone pilot test in partnership with drone evaluation company Skye Air Mobility.

The four -day drone trial was held last week in Gurugram, a city in southwestern New Delhi.

Nine independent planes carrying 5 kilograms of blood were taken from the Fortis Memorial Research Institute to the SRL Diagnostics laboratory, covering a distance of 3.8 kilometers or 10 km. on the road.

After the trial, SRL Diagnostics CEO Anand K said they were looking at using drone technology to “reduce model conversion time to faster display and reduce carbon footprint” .

The company will soon be rolling out providing drone pathology samples in some cities and remote areas in the country.

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