Patient Connector purchased by Medinet to create AI platform

Medinet Australia has acquired Sydney healthtech startup Patient Connector, which supports, connects patients with trusted surgeons and with doctors in general. The main focus is on connecting patients with specialist doctors and providing them with detailed and increased access to upfront information about their fees, waitlist, location options, experience and details related to their health. They provide with primary healthcare and needs a GP to make a clinical decision that the patient needs to consult with an expert. It will help the Australians access health care online that too with the preferred choices of experts. This will enable patients to access both primary and specialist health care from their cell phones. The services of Medinet will include access prescriptions and have their medications delivered to their door, pathology results (and soon pathology collection at home), medical certificates which can be directly emailed to their employer. It will help the Australians in remote and regional areas and cities who don’t have time to visit the doctors and also the once who need to visit doctor late night. It is best to provide everyone access to health care at any time, from anywhere. Special doctors are also going to benefit as patients will now have direct access to multiple online GPs who will refer patients to specialist doctors. Patients will be able to access upfront information on specialist doctors along with their fees, waitlist, locations and can also book appointment accordingly. Artificial intelligence solution will be developed to support GPs make clinical decisions when consulting with patients.
Patient Connector

Medinet Australia has acquired Sydney healthtech startup Patient Connector, which supports, connects patients with trusted surgeons and with doctors in general.

The main focus is on connecting patients with specialist doctors and providing them with detailed and increased access to upfront information about their fees, waitlist, location options, experience and details related to their health.

They provide with primary healthcare and needs a GP to make a clinical decision that the patient needs to consult with an expert.

It will help the Australians access health care online that too with the preferred choices of experts. This will enable patients to access both primary and specialist health care from their cell phones.

The services of Medinet will include access prescriptions and have their medications delivered to their door, pathology results (and soon pathology collection at home), medical certificates which can be directly emailed to their employer.

It will help the Australians in remote and regional areas and cities who don’t have time to visit the doctors and also the once who need to visit doctor late night. It is best to provide everyone access to health care at any time, from anywhere.

Special doctors are also going to benefit as patients will now have direct access to multiple online GPs who will refer patients to specialist doctors. Patients will be able to access upfront information on specialist doctors along with their fees, waitlist, locations and can also book appointment accordingly.

Artificial intelligence solution will be developed to support GPs make clinical decisions when consulting with patients.