We transform the way health professionals access trusted, medical resources, through an easy-to-use app.
Today we listen to music online. We have apps to watch movies and order our food. We book our taxi rides digitally and check our bank accounts digitally. Even our health services are going online, with apps to book video calls with doctors or purchase prescriptions.
So why are doctors and medical students, over the course of their studies and careers, still paying hundreds or thousands of dollars on heavy printed textbooks that gather dust? Some publishers have been printing textbooks for more than 200 years - but the world has changed. We live in a digital age, and healthcare is no exception.
At the same time, many medical practices face a shortage of doctors, patient demands are increasing, and hospitals are putting pressure on doctors to increase productivity. And as doctors become more and more overworked, racing to see as many patients as possible, it's no wonder that they are starting to Google more to check their work and diagnoses. In fact, studies show that doctors tend to Google before even asking the opinion of a colleague. It's fast and it's easy.
But what about the quality? Far from all the information online is correct, and doctors must sift through the chaff to find real, reliable sources. We already live in a world of fake news. We shouldn’t live in a world of fake health.
But there's a simple solution to both of these problems.
Indextra exists because we believe that doctors should always have access to the best. A medical library should be reliable, affordable, and easy to access. We work with top publishers to gather the best medical literature in the world, covering all specialties. Whether online or offline, on mobile or desktop, Indextra makes sure you have access to a reliable second opinion.
Whenever and wherever you need it. Whether you're a doctor, or working hard to become one.
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