This innovative app will provide services on various health issues, including mental health. People seeking health services will be registered using facial recognition and data entry of personal information. For consultations and even to be prescribed, video conferencing with concerned doctors and specialists will be enabled.
Panacea Health App aims to make rural residents its target users, as they often experience barriers to healthcare that limit their ability to obtain the care they need. For rural residents to have sufficient access to healthcare, necessary and appropriate services must be available and obtainable in a timely manner. They also require:
By using Panacea Health App, health service-seeking people will be able to access:
The viability of Panacea Health App is on its way to being verified; its trial run began in Jamalpur, Mymensingh in November 2019 through organizing free health service camps, where residents of the district will be able to avail all the services offered by Panacea Health App. The app is due to be released next year.