2019.02.21
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UrDoc Was Featured in the Nikkei as One of the Services Seeking to Lighten Physicians up

The Nikkei, dated Feb 21, has introduced couples of app-based services which provide remote consultations to patient users who have mild symptoms or to those who only need guidance in choosing over-the-counter medicines.

Along with other services featured in the article, UrDoc provides an alternative to in-person clinic visits, and that is expected to share the workload of doctors offline. On the other hand, for doctors working with these online services, they can easily set their consulting rates based on how much they get from hospitals. It seems to be good news for doctors as well as it provides more work flexibility.



In preparation for Official Service Launch

UrDoc will open HCP application for Healthcare professionals to participate and start newsletter subscription for users in order to provide fullest service for official launch in 2018.
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