A new 'Now NHS' mobile app is being launched this month

Sep 11, 2017 · bdaily.co.uk

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Now Healthcare Group (NHG) has announced the forthcoming launch of a new primary healthcare and pharmacy platform, Now NHS.

Through working with NHS officials, surgeries and practices, Now NHS will be able to deliver more accessible healthcare to over 15m patients with chronic care conditions - and it’s completely free of charge, via a new primary care mobile app and online service.

Features on the app will include helping users manage their medicine usage, and repeat prescription services with free delivery, to a chat facility to connect patients to GPs and nurses.

The CEO and founder of NHG, Lee Dentith, commented: "We are proud to be introducing what is truly a game-changing platform for the healthcare industry.

"By providing access to convenient healthcare and medicine delivery, Now NHS will empower people to manage their own healthcare through our technology.

"[This should] reduce the strain on our country’s increasingly overstretched CCGs, surgeries and GP practices."

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