Homegrown Health App MyMedicNow to be featured at STEP Conference 2018

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Smart app boasts list of 4,000 doctors from across UAE

Dubai, UAE: The founders and developers of MyMedicNow, a unique UAE health smart application, are all geared up for the upcoming STEP Conference 2018, the latest edition of one of MENA’s biggest tech festivals, which will be held at Dubai Internet City from March 28 to 29, 2018.

As exhibitors, they will be on hand at Booth Number S76 of the event’s venue on March 28 to answer queries from visitors and talk about the features of the disruptive smart app. They will also focus on how the digital platform can help boost the UAE Government’s efforts to make health care services integrated and easily accessible to all segments of the community.  

Dhaval Desai, Co-Founder of Pulse FZLLC, the company which developed MyMedicNow, said: “Since its official public launching, MyMedicNow boasts a list of 4,000 doctors based in the UAE. The app has been downloaded for over 40,000 times and counting, which clearly demonstrates the strong demand for an efficient portal that quickly links patients to their local health care providers.”  

MyMedicNow connects patients with the right doctors by letting them search for specialists according to their symptoms or medical conditions. Users can also browse through the app’s portfolio of doctors by medical specialty, diagnosis, and location; or look for nearby hospitals and check their services and other key information such as accepted insurance companies.

Additionally, the app allows patients to share their experiences by leaving reviews or rating the services in the platform.

Desai concluded: “STEP Conference 2018 is an ideal opportunity for us to not only showcase MyMedicNow but also to interact and engage with our fellow entrepreneurs, investors, enthusiasts, experts, inventors, and mentors, to cite a few. We will exchange creative ideas and experiences with them as we further look for other ways to harness the full power of technologies for the benefit of our society.”