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Meet DOCi, the app connecting healthcare professionals to people | TechTalks

By Guardian Exclusive
04 March 2021   |   12:49 pm
DOCi is a platform for health services delivery that closes the accessibility gaps of traditional channels. DOCi mobile app link users to healthcare professionals in their localities in the process reducing travel and waiting times and address problems of access, unpredictable cost, service quality, and choice of provider.

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