It’s no more a struggle to see the perfect doctor if you are bothered with the continuous nagging backache, concerned about your parents’ health, moved to a new area or city where your friends don’t have a reference or most importantly, can’t make time to find out one. Practo, the leading healthcare platform and Microsoft have partnered to help people search and choose the best doctors in their nearby locality using Bing. The collaboration will enable an easier and effective search for people looking for right medical advice.
Users will be able to search and access details of doctors across 38 different cities in 10 regional languages including Hindi, Telugu,and Bengali. The new feature will enable Bing users to not just search for the best of doctors in town but also book doctor appointments online, consult online with doctors, order medicines and lab tests, store health records and even read health articles written by these doctors, all powered by Practo.
Bing users searching for doctors in their city can now view profiles of doctors along with their qualifications, experience, specializations, and availability.The feature also enables people to view feedback and recommendations by the patients, thus, assisting users to select the ideal doctor nearby, at their convenience in their city.
Practo’s integration with Bing will now help you search& find the best doctors and book appointments with them as per your schedule.
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