Toronto, Ontario – August 15, 2021 – Gotodoctor.ca (“Gotodoctor” or “Company”), a leader in the Canadian virtual care sector, is pleased to announce the filing of a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”).
The patent application submitted to the USPTO on August 13, 2021 relates to the Company’s proprietary methodologies and processes which focus on telemedicine, more specifically application programming interface (“API”) technologies which integrate a digital messaging notification system with an electronic medical record (“EMR”) system and mobile devices.
In conjunction with the new enhanced web service as previously announced on May 16, 2021 (click here for more information), the patent pending for the API connections will further expand the company’s ability to provide an enhanced service experience for patients through the Gotodoctor.ca virtual care platform.
“We are very excited about this API patent application, as it solidifies our position in the healthcare technology space and strengthens our Omni-Channel Physician Experience for both patients and healthcare professionals,” said Tommy Cheung, President of Gotodoctor.ca. “This application ensures our intellectual property is protected as healthcare continues to evolve towards providing information securely through mobile devices for today’s active lifestyle on the go.”
Gotodoctor.ca provides secure access to licensed physicians through its virtual care platform and virtual clinic network. Patients can receive its services at pharmacies, senior living and other health facilities, as well as online through McKesson Canada’s customer-facing pharmacy web portals.
Gotodoctor.ca (Teledact Inc.) is a leading telemedicine technology provider that operates in health facilities, senior living centres, and pharmacies across Canada. Its virtual clinics in pharmacies enhance the patient experience by creating an integrated care model, to improve accessibility and patient outcomes. Gotodoctor.ca is supported by the renowned primary care clinic, Enhanced Care Clinic, which has also been the exclusive Preferred Provider of Physician and Medical Clinic Services for McKesson Retail Banner Group (over 2000 IDA, Guardian, Remedy’sRx and other independent pharmacies) since 2017. Gotodoctor.ca is a preferred virtual care provider on all McKesson Retail Banner Group and Rexall consumer-facing web portals.
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