MediAngels: The World's First And Most Specialized Global eHospital

Mumbai, India (PressExposure) April 18, 2011 -- MediAngels, the world's first Global eHospital brings technology and top-class healthcare service delivery on a single platform. This Global eHospital has been founded by Dr. Arbinder Singal and Dr. Debraj Shome, who are pioneers in the arena of web-based healthcare delivery.

With a mission that no one is deprived of world-class health services and guidance any more, MediAngels is a unique and revolutionary concept geared towards a global consumer base. According to Dr. Singal and Dr. Shome, "MediAngels will provide comprehensive, cost-effective, and highly specialized medical services to consumers across the world from the comfort of their homes."

For the first time, more than 300 medical experts from over 24 countries have come together under one banner. The MediAngels panel comprises of more than 80 specialties and super specialties, which is much more than what most multispecialty hospitals offer. The specialties include Cardiac Surgery, Endocrinology, Neurology, Facial Plastic Surgery, Pediatric Urology, Cornea & Refractive Surgery, Dermatology & Cosmetic Dermatology, Pediatric Cardiology, Breast Oncology, totalling upto 85 specialties.

To access the services of MediAngels, all one is required to have is a reliable internet connection. Once the consumers have registered themselves on the website and have logged into their account, they can consult the world's most accomplished doctors, ask medical queries, get investigations done, share their reports and interact with their doctor with just a few clicks.

The services offered by MediAngels include eQuery, eConsult, Panel Consult and eInvestigation. Each service is especially designed to meet the specific health need of consumers. For example, a consumer who wishes to get a professional opinion on a simple health-related question can opt for eQuery while those who seek comprehensive consultations, including sharing of reports and personal interactions with doctors, can choose eConsult. Panel consult is for patients who require care and monitoring from more than one specialist. The eHospital also has a fully functional Health Tourism arm that handles the complete logistics in case the patient is required to travel for a medical procedure or surgery.

To ensure that the healthcare services delivered are of the highest quality and at par with international standards, MediAngels has a Health Assurance Committee that audits consults randomly from time to time.

MediAngels Global eHospital is also a boon for those who wish to seek a second medical opinion, especially related to complex health problems. It also holds advantage for old people who do not want to be treated in a hospital away from their homes and loved ones. The eHospital has an expansive panel of both Indian and international doctors. Consumers can choose a suitable Global Medical Expert, by browsing through the doctors' academic and professional background, experience and expertise on their individual websites.

The consumers also have the option of creating multiple user profiles for their family members and dependants within their MediAngels account. This facility allows them to organize, update and maintain their entire family's health care records online on a private and secure platform. These records can be accessed by the patient as well as the treating specialists at any time.

Since all services are web based and are available round the clock, , the process not only saves time and energy for the consumer but also ensures timely treatment. It also eliminates the need to queue up at the doctors, run between hospitals, fix up appointments or battle traffic woes. Consumers can access the best doctors and world-class treatment facilities right from the privacy of their homes.

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About Angels Health Pvt. Ltd.

Angels Health Pvt. Ltd.
28, Landmark CHS, Sector 14, Vashi Navi Mumbai 400703

landline : 27893895

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Press Release Submitted On: April 18, 2011 at 4:27 am
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