3G Doctor

I am working on the topic (software as a service) SaaS applications in Medical and Healthcare field, so the next few months my focus there.

So this week I like to post about 3GDoctor.com a service that allows you to video consult with General Medical Council registered Doctors using a 3G Video Mobile. When you register as a patient with 3G Doctor you can also use it to create, store and manage your Personal Health Record which can be referred to by your Doctor during video consultations. Yummy now that feels like the next google acqusition target.

Mediserve is another company that is now planning to came up with SaaS model of their applications.

And of course have to talk about Microsoft , even though I work for Oracle andicrosoft is competition.

Digipede is developing on microsofts .net plafrom to help anyone providing SaaS on the Microsoft platform. And they claim to have a bioinformatics company testing their application to develop bioinformatics application in SaaS model And it lok like that customer is The Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) as a part of the Novartis Research Foundation, details of the case study on Digipede website

And yes I ahve written about  GeneBio earlier their claims to have PhenyxOnline as the first commercial platform in the proteomics field offered in a SaaS model    

Also came across this intersting post by Paweł Szczęsny.  Thinking about RaaS: Research-as-a-Service

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3 Responses

  1. […] now that feels like the next google acqusition target” Albin Paul in his MicroArray blog […]

  2. 3GDoctor is the “opposite” of what’s being tried in Israel with 3G phones, where doctors in shifts can consult with their peers when necessary.

  3. Albin, Thanks for the kind words 😉

    Tsahi Levent-Levi@radvision: Whilst at 3G Doctor we’re offering patients 3G video access to informed Doctors it is in no way “opposite” to a service that enables Doctors to communicate with other Doctors. Infact our Doctors regularly communicate with one another via video calling.

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