Medicalwale launches DBIOMS for doctors in India

A technology-enabled business manager for doctors

Secreenshot of website. Medicalwale a knowledge-based healthcare platform, has recently launched Doctors Business and Internal Operation Management Systems (DBIOMS) for Docnity or Doctor Community., a knowledge-based healthcare platform, has launched Doctors Business and Internal Operation Management Systems (DBIOMS) for Docnity or Doctor Community. DBIOMS is a technology-enabled business software solution for doctors to expand their business portfolio and connect with their community without any hassle. Through this tech-enabled solution, doctors can not only manage multiple intricacies such as managing online consultancy and clinic, handling various business ledgers in a jiffy but also connect with different doctors and discuss case studies. DBIOMS manages three different profiles of a doctor, namely – health, business, and social, with complete security.

Commenting on the launch of DBIOMS, Obaid Abdul Aziz, founder,, said, “We at aim to empower India with access to world-class personal care and healthcare through innovative technologies, appropriate products, and efficient services. Being a healthcare platform, we promise to serve every Indian and global citizen transparent, economical and affordable health, beauty, and fitness services. With DBIOMS, we believe in cutting down all the complexities for doctors by providing them a hassle-free app to communicate and connect with their patients and other doctors. aims to put India at the top of the global healthcare chart and provide access to consumers to the best of the facilities with their platform.”

“mHealth in India is one of the biggest technology trends. With the latest mobile technology, it has now become easy to touch upon rural areas and provide them with quality healthcare services at an affordable cost. With the high proliferation of mobile phones across demographics, there are high chances to reach large pockets of the underserved population in India.” adds Obaid Abdul Aziz.

In India, the healthcare sector is experiencing a new wave of opportunity with advanced developments and technologies. The concept of mHealth has become an influential factor in today’s time with the growing proliferation of digitalization. Through various online apps, communication between doctors and patients is becoming seamless. In India, there are nearly 60,000 healthcare-related apps on Android and IOS, as mobile technology makes inroads in the healthcare space. Built on the accessibility and affordability of mobile phones around the world, the mHealth offers a new set of opportunities for improving health care services, even tier 2 and tier 3 areas. The mHealth in India strives to address the challenges of making healthcare initiatives far more accessible and speedy, in an improved and cost-effective manner in India.


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