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Proximus unveils video teleconsultation app Doktr

Tuesday 18 May 2021 | 13:34 CET | News
Belgian operator Proximus is planning a pre-summer launch for Doktr, a new video teleconsultation service for basic primary health care. For patients, the service will feature a team of accredited doctors, login via the national ID system Itsme and strong data privacy. For doctors, the application will be able to act as a supporting tool, the operator said.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Proximus
Countries: Belgium
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