Doctor Smart signed a partnership agreement with the Eurasian Association of Therapists on scientific, educational, and business cooperation.
Thanks to the cooperation, physicians who are members of the association will be able to connect to the Doctor Smart system on special terms. This will enable remote patient consults, monetizing the doctors’ free time.
Doctor Smart cooperates with doctors from different countries and international associations, and is also a member of the American Telemedicine Association. The partnership with the EAT provides its members with access to the experience of their colleagues from all over the world, with the Doctor Smart team gaining access to the experience and knowledge of the members of the association.
Doctor Smart is an international health ecosystem. The data it accumulates could serve as a foundation for a comprehensive scientific study. In the future, the partnership will allow the EAT to access this anonymized data for non-commercial research purposes.
Pavel Roytberg, Co-Founder of Doctor Smart
“From the very beginning, Doctor Smart was conceived as an international project that breaks barriers between quality primary healthcare and those who need it around the world. Therefore, we especially value the opportunity to study doctors’ relevant experience and best practices.”
Grigory Arutyunov, President of the EAT:
“One of the main areas of focus of the EAT is the study of approaches in the treatment of patients in different Eurasian countries and the opportunity to share them with colleagues. The initial medical consultation is very important as it must be conducted in a timely manner, with the utmost focus on a particular patient. In the modern world, with its speed, rush, and constant lack of time, it is important not to miss the opportunity to provide timely assistance to the patient. That is why we view cooperation with Doctor Smart as a major step forward in the development of new approaches in quality primary healthcare and, at the same time, in medical science and education in general.”