When a patient misbehaves with a doctor, what do you think is the reason? Is it because the concerned Doctor or the hospital did something wrong?
Almost, always it is because of the negative perception that the patients carry nowadays, even before they enter a hospital. This perception has been created due to various factors, be it bad news, social media posts or negative views and feeds.
Improving it is all that is needed in the Doctor-Patient relationship. And that is what Detcare-doctors for ethical care is all about – Healing and curating the perception of the patients towards the healers.
Detcare is enabling patients to make informed choice through various services like direct appointments, platform to interact and share your knowledge with mass health interested audience, not just in India but across the world.
And this is the reason why even senior doctors are endorsing the idea of it.
Have your account on www.detcare.com, publish health advices, successful cases, nice patient stories with a mass audience who trust in you.
Title – A title can be anything from a question, a heading of the article, or even the main topic about which you are publishing the post.
Description – It is explaining and adding the details about the topic you are posting. If you are asking a Question, then adding details is not necessary.
Photo, Video – You can attach a photo related to your post or can even publish a YOUTUBE video.
Sharing – Your name gets automatically attached behind the title of the article when you share is on Facebook or other platforms.
Eg: If a user John Watson have posted an article with the Title “How to handle Migraine without medicines?” and then if anyone share it on Facebook, the title will be like this :
“How to handle Migraine without medicines?”- John Watson
Themes of publishing or asking – You can publish from various themes that we mentioned and if any topic is missing among them, you can still post anything related to the Health. Healthcare is the only broad theme.
This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum. Information about reported cases is also available on the World Health Organisation site.
It doesn’t include all cases
Confirmed cases aren’t all cases. They only include people who tested positive. Testing rules and availability vary by country.