Beowulf to provide advanced telemedicine technology to MD24 House Call

Posted on August 26, 2019
Executives of Beowulf Network and MD24 House Call at the MOU signing ceremony in HCM City on Friday. — VNS Photo Thu Ngan

null US company Beowulf Network has signed a memorandum of understanding with MD24 House Call to supply advanced telehealth systems through real-time video conferencing.

At the signing ceremony in HCM City on Friday, Beowulf agreed to provide advanced telemedicine technologies to develop services such as urgent care, remote consultation, treatment services, and in-home health services to MD24 House Call.

MD24 House Call will install the technologies at their more than 200 hospitals and nursing homes across the United States, Viet Nam, China, India, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Armenia, France, Canada, Mexico and other countries. The technologies will be used by 400 doctors and parnters of the company in the whole world.

Beowulf’s telemedicine platform will help MD24 House Call optimise its system and provide cost-effective healthcare services not only to patients with high-cost chronic diseases but also hospitals and partners of the.

Through an integrated system of communication, the technology connects doctors and specialists all over the world to foster a knowledge exchange and develop treatment protocols.

Beowulf’s cutting-edge technology allows users to make video calls to doctors and specialists for online consultations.

“We look forward to introducing more businesses to the power of next generation telehealth systems in a transparent manner,” Beowulf CEO and founder Dr William H Nguyen said.

“It’s our genuine commitment to fundamentally transform the healthcare system into one that delivers high-quality, more accessible and more affordable health services to every citizen of the world anytime anywhere.”

Beowulf is a B2B platform providing communication services via a decentralised cloud network of computing resources world-wide. — VNS

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