Users can books appointments via the app.
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TrackMD, a digital platform designed to connect patients and doctors, enables users to customize their search in order to identify the right practitioner according to a set of criteria, including the field of expertise, geographic location, availability and gender.Appointments can be made online at the touch of a button, and a reminder is received by the user by SMS or email prior to the visit. At the same time, the patient is able to benefit from the personal medical record that can be shared with any number of doctors.According to Issa, the platform can potentially be used worldwide provided doctors and patients register in the system.Less than two months since its launch, TrackMD already has some 4,500 users and 400 registered doctors. The practitioners' index book, however, includes the numbers and addresses of all doctors registered with syndicates in Lebanon.TrackMD, he said, will take a few years to fully reach its potential but it will eventually help doctors achieve more visibility in Lebanon's bustling medical market.TrackMD's Issa said the feature was expressly requested by a number of doctors they interviewed when developing the system.
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