In most third world countries, the ratio between doctors and patients is very low than the required standards set by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The main problems that are common in most developing countries are:
Lack of medical facilities, infrastructure and specialists in remote areas and regions.
Transportation - is an additional expense for patients who require diagnosis or treatment. Many deaths due to delay in diagnosis or during transport.
Lack of diagnostic centers. Until now, most local doctors go to a specialist personally.
Domestic resources - Many developing countries have unstable power sources, communications networks and Internet connections outside urban areas, making it difficult to transfer data for telemedicine consultation and treatment purposes.
Currently, Uzbekistan and other developing countries need to take advantage of these medical services and advice through an effective system that can help improve the health of their citizens. Telemedicine is the most suitable platform to meet the real needs of these countries.
Advance Specialty Diagnostics
Medical consultation (online / offline)
Medical reports and electronic prescriptions
Management of pathology, radiology and pharmaceutical services through your own company or suppliers
Guide to the next level of treatment
Diagnostics and medical consultation for patients from regions
Low cost, regular inspection for early diagnosis of diseases
Real-time consultation with a doctor with audio-video, statistics and patient data
Compliance with international telemedicine standards, including confidentiality and medico-legal norms
Health Improvement Index
More timely provision of patient information.
Automatic creation of biometric electronic patient records
More effective treatment for more patients at any given time.
Basic International standards of Telemedicine procedural requirements
Confidentiality, safety, security
Maintaining medical records
Technical and equipment requirements
Basic International standards of Telemedicine specific requirements
Why medical education Continuing medical education (CME) is critical to the prosperity of health care providers — it allows the practitioner to explore and find important ways to improve patient care and effectively manage careers in the constantly changing conditions of the medicine industry. Requirements or an acceptable level of CME vary depending on the order of the medicine, but they are equally important regardless of the specialization or field of activity the supplier is engaged in. Continuing medical education allows medical professionals to:
Improve skills to improve overall patient care
Keep abreast of the latest developments in their specialty
Solve the immediate problems that health care professionals face daily
Get professional growth and a means to promote career status
Comply with licensing / certification requirements
Learn effective medical team management skills
Earn membership in professional organizations
We would like medical professionals in our country to be well acquainted with various new procedures and techniques that are used throughout the world by various medical professionals. We would also like to understand the quality infrastructure and experience, along with outstanding surgeons to solve difficult cases, so medical education is also important.