New app by Kerala police helps undergo medical check-up through video call


The app has been introduced to provide medical assistance for police officers who are continuously on duty following the lockdown to prevent the coronavirus pandemic. The public can also avail the facility.

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala police have introduced a mobile application where one could undergo medical check-up through video call.

The app has been introduced to provide medical assistance for police officers who are continuously on duty following the lockdown to prevent the coronavirus pandemic. The public can also avail the facility.

The app was jointly created by Janamaithri police, Indian Medical Association (IMA) and a company called blueEHR. The app named ‘blueTeleMed’ is available on play store.

Not only COVID-19, the app will provide instructions for treatment and clarify doubts regarding other health problems. One can select and contact a doctor from the list provided in the app. The doctor will consult the patient through video call and give a prescription.

If the patient is referred to a hospital, an e-pass provided through the application can be shown to the police while travelling.

Kerala DGP Loknath Behera requested police officers and the public to make use of the facility that helps receive treatment at home without going to hospital during lockdown.

To download the app log on to: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blueehr.bluetelemed

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