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First WAP enabled service for patients announced

Homeopathic healthcare player Dr Batra's Positive Health Clinic announced their first WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) enabled service for the public using mobile phones.

india Updated: Sep 01, 2009 20:11 IST

Homeopathic healthcare player Dr Batra's Positive Health Clinic on Tuesday announced their first WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) enabled service for the public using mobile phones.

Titled 'mHealth', this service would help people get free consultation from Dr Batra's Clinics. Services on offer would include registration, case history in brief, online chat with doctors for medical queries, appointment requests and also for commencing or renewing treatment plans, Dr Akshay Batra, Managing Director of Dr Batra positive clinic, told reporters.

"This service targets people who have extremely hectic schedules as well as the general public. The enterprise makes sure that a qualified and recognised doctor is always available when required", he said.

"Initially four doctors would offer their services through this mode. Later 300 Doctors would be enrolled," he said People can visit www.drbatras.com for this service from GPRS enabled phones, he said.

He claimed that this was the first-of-its kind initiative by a homoepathic organisation in India.