SonoCare Contact-less healthcare at your fingertips

SonoCare

SonoCare

In Nigeria, the mounting mortality rates, especially among women and children under five years, is an enormous problem that continues to haunt our society. The causality of deaths is linked to three commonalities: access to medical practitioners and medicine and remoteness of care. The diagnosis and treatment of chronic disease through repeated visits to hospitals or clinics is a very costly option, and majority of the rural population in developing regions is unable to access or afford it. As a result of the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, staying safe requires maintaining social distance and hospitals are becoming notorious for contact-based disease transmission leading to increasing incidences of hospital acquired infections (HAIs). With people staying inside and avoiding social interactions, telehealth providers have seen a spike in patients. Many public health agencies are encouraging people to use telehealth services whenever possible, to avoid overwhelming hospitals and other

StageStartup stage EST May 2015
SectorsHealthcare, Healthcare providers and services
LocationPort Harcourt, Nigeria
MarketsNigeria
Customer modelB2B2C
RevenueUpgrade to view details
ContactLogin to view details
Social media