Country of Operation
Target income level
- Bottom 20%
- Lower-middle income (20-40%)
- Middle-income (40-60%)
- Higher middle-income (60-80%)
- High-income (80-100%)
- Primary care
- Secondary/tertiary care
SummaryDr. Recomenda is a mobile application that allows a patient to create a health profile that can be shared with a doctor. For instance, cholesterol, blood pressure, and diet indicators can be tracked with the mobile application.
The goals of Dr. Recomenda are as follows:
- Provide a mobile app for patients to create a health profile to share with doctors
- Scale-up the number of patients a doctor can see, as the app increases efficiency
- Provide educational resources for patients about health conditions
Key program components
The key components of Dr. Recomenda are to:
- Provide and scale-up Dr. Recomenda app to provide a platform for patients to create a health profile
- Offer services to record vitals, child health recommednations, maternal health education, diet and recipe recommendations
- Allows doctors to give personal recommendations virtually
Goal of technology use:
To improve a health provider's ability to diagnose and treat patients, either through improved training or real-time assistance with clinical decision making
To improve communications between health providers and patients outside of traditional doctor visits
To improve patients access to information and encourage health seeking behaviors; health education
Primary source of funding:
Revenue Sources: Membership/subscription fees
No, the program is its own organization.
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