New Delhi based Startup builds Social platform for Doctors
Buzz4Health is a social platform for Doctors and Medical students to connect people of common profession and interact with each other on health issues.
Social Networking helps people from various regions to connect and interact, but when it comes to a single line of a field, hardly any platform is seen to be serving their communication needs. Although, the use of Web communities, social media pages, Twitter handles is prevalent for most of the official and non-official communication. Still some fraternities require a restricted area to cooperate with those who specialize or belong the same field.
Buzz4Health is a New Delhi based startup founded by Hitesh Ganjoo & Tushar Gupta, both active Co-Founder, and Director. Their motive is to connect professionals and students of the medical community via an online and app-based web portal. It acts as a social platform for Doctors, Dentist, Medical Students and many others in the same workgroup. It helps them to interact and check through various medical cases. Medical students can also gather a lot of inputs from knowledgeable doctors on their syllabus.
Buzz4Health, limited to Doctors and Medical students is a collaborative approach towards uniting professions to understand the need and requirement of medical cases. It also acts as a useful guidance for medical students to know various things that are not practically possible to find in their course of study. It also helps professions to share their valuable experience and insights with other and upcoming practitioners. With more than 100,000 registered Doctors, Buzz4Health allows them to upload medical cases to guide others working on a similar case.
- Buzz4Health is a social platform for Doctors and Medical Students.
- Doctors can upload medical cases on the website and share their inputs or collect valuable suggestions from experienced practitioners.
- Practitioners can find relevant cases that can help them to easily understand the complexity of situations in hand