Android-Owning Patients Can Now Use TouchCare Tool

Android-Owning Patients Can Now use TouchCare ToolTouchCare is out with another product update that should make Android users happy.

The update in question makes it even easier for physicians, healthcare providers and their patients “to use their smartphones to quickly and easily connect for remote video calls anytime, anywhere.”

And now, that includes iOS as well as Android users.

The new version has a completely redesigned interface which enables a provider to download TouchCare’s free app, set up a profile and invite a patient to connect for a secure video call in minutes. And for the first time, the app is now available on Android as well as iOS with a simple download from Google Play or the Apple App Store.

TouchCare video calls can be made over both cellular networks and Wi-Fi through the app’s HIPAA-compliant secure platform.

“Valuable feedback from providers using TouchCare over the past six months drove the product updates, resulting in an easier to use and more broadly available app for both patients and physicians,” says Dov Cohn, SVP product development at TouchCare.

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