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Our intelligent assistant / chat bot enables appointment booking, checking available doctors, doctor profiles, diagnostic test packages, locate nearest test centers and more.

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Our Intelligent Chatbots Can Act As Receptionist For Your Medical Institute

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Answer To Patient Enquiries With Our AI Powered Voice Assistant

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How Our AI Chatbot Can Help You With Patient Management

Easy access to information related to the medical center

Make it easy for people to get accurate and consistent info about the medical center including list of centers, location, driving info, open hours, visitor hours and more

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Reduce front office work load

Enable patient registration in an easy manner thru natural conversation. Reduce front office work load and reduce patient wait time before consultation.

Enable doctor appointment booking

Enable patients booking appointments thru casual chat with AI bots round the clock. Avoid the unnecessary phone calls to the front desk.

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Enable registration for diagnostic testing

Enable patients to view available diagnostic tests, costs etc and book appointments for diagnostic tests thru interaction with chatbots.

Push health updates to patients thru chatbots

Enable patients to view available diagnostic tests, costs etc and book appointments for diagnostic tests thru interaction with chatbots.

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Twitter has come up with a new prompt that could be shown to users before they engage or reply to a particular tweet. The plan is to warn them that the conversation can possibly get intense and heated. 

The micro-blogging platform is currently piloting prompts for its apps on Android and iOS, that would inform users about a conversation that could get heated. The company says it is working on the feature as part of its efforts to “better support healthy conversation” on the platform.

The company shared an image of the feature in action, showing a tweet with multiple quoted tweets and a reply under it, as an example of a tweet that might have received controversial replies. Under the regular tweet action bar, the new prompt will notify “Heads up” followed by “Conversations like this can be intense”. According to the company, the service might consider the topic of the tweet and the relationship between the tweet author and the person replying to display the prompt.

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TikTok has launched an app for LG’s 2020 and 2021 smart TVs. The app is already available in these recent webOS 5.0 and webOS 6.0 models with a firmware update that started rolling out on October 7th, but will also be coming to older 2019 models “in the coming months.”

The app is primarily launching in the UK, France, and Germany, the TV manufacturer announced. Considering how optimized TikTok is for portrait-mode mobile viewing, it’s not going to look great on living room televisions. But TikTok is claimed to be trying to reach a broader audience with its smart TV apps, as well as to tap into the higher advertising rates associated with TV viewing.

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PayPal has launched cryptocurrency trading on its platform in the United Kingdom. This is the first expansion of crypto trading on PayPal outside the US, where the service was launched in November 2020. 

Crypto trading will only be available to customers with verified accounts. Users will also get real-time prices and educational contents related to cryptocurrency on the platform. The company announced that all eligible PayPal customers in the UK can now buy, hold, and sell cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, BitcoinCash, and Litecoin.

PayPal says it has over 375 million daily active users and 30 million merchants on the platform. While the company does not charge any fee for holding cryptocurrency, it is charging users for transactions and currency conversions.

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