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|NAIROBI Jeff Bagwell Astros Jersey , Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) has partnered with local mobile firm Safaricom to offer more than 30 million Kenyans medical consultation services on their phones.
Under the partnership launched Tuesday in Nairobi by Kenya's First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, the M-Health service provider Hello Doctor, will act as an assistant to local general practitioners when consumers want a quick healthcare reference.
Dubbed Sema-Doc (Hello Doctor), the new healthcare solution enables patients to consult directly with doctors and other health providers, be diagnosed quickly and prescriptions made without necessarily visiting the hospital on the part of the patient. The Hello Doctor app works on both smart and selected feature (basic) phones.
"The main focus of the Hello Doctor initiative is to reduce the incidence of preventable health problems, improve efficiency, and ultimately save more lives. Mobile Health platforms can provide access and reach that other channels cannot match," Kenyatta said.
The first laday said the new telemedicine progam would help improve the delivery of primary healthcare, including the most remote parts.
The new healthcare solution will also offer health tip through public education to contain such diseases as diabetes and cancer.
Telemedicine uses a growing variety of wireless tools and applications including smartphones, two-way video systems, emails, and other forms of telecommunications technology. Besides convenience, affordability and accessibility where time and travelling costs for patients are completely removed, telemedicine solutions are available for almost everybody, everywhere, anytime.
In Kenya where some 30 million subscribers have access to mobile telephones, telemedicine is billed as an ingenious, cost-effective solution that is likely to transform the delivery of healthcare and impact ordinary people's lives.
Mobile Health or M-Health is the practice of medicine and public health, supported by mobile devices. M-Health will free-up general practitioners, clinics and other healthcare institutions from dealing with non-life-threatening conditions to allow them more time to provide an in-depth examination.
Kenyatta said the new technology will also address the multiple challenges that often prevent the efficient delivery of adequate healthcare interventions. These include chronic staff shortages, and limited budgets.
Prince George celebrates his second birthday on Wednesday and while he's just a toddler, he's already made an impression as a doting elder brother, a magnet to cameras and even a budding fashion trendsetter.
A new official photograph of George, the first child of Prince William and his wife Kate, has been released by Kensington Palace to mark the occasion. It shows George grinning in his father's arms.
A new official photograph of George, the first child of Prince William and his wife Kate, has been released by Kensington Palace to mark the occasion. It shows George grinning in his father's arms. Prince George with parents and sister Prince George first meets press Prince George with parents
The royal couple is expected to celebrate his birthday privately at Anmer Hall, their country home on Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Estate.
George, who is third in line to the throne, has attracted huge media attention since his birth on July 22, 2013. Here's a look at some of the future king's memorable moments:
Despite his tender age, George appears to be getting to grips with facing the media — something that will be a huge part of his life.
When George visited his mother and newborn sister Princess Charlotte in May, he showed a few nerves and gestured for William to pick him up when he saw the crowd of photographers stationed outside the hospital.
But he soon regained his composure, mimicking his father's wave to the cameras. That moment capturing father and son, dressed in matching blue sweaters, attracted almost as much attention as baby Charlotte.
WHAT'S INSIDE THE BABY CARRIAGE?
George again stole the show at Charlotte's christening ceremony, delighting the gathered crowds as he strolled hand in hand with William to the church. He was pictured standing on tiptoes to take a peek at his sister in her baby carriage after her baptism.
Official pictures released by the palace also show George growing into his role as elder brother. The toddler has been pictured cradling Charlotte in his lap, giving her a kiss on her forehead.
His mother, Kate, is known as a fashion trendsetter — and George is now following in her footsteps.
Britain's newspapers have gushed about the "George effect." Whatever he wears can sell out in hours. That includes a pair of navy dungarees he wore for one of his first public appearances, and the Crocs shoes he wore at a charity polo match.
The toddler even made it into GQ magazine's "50 best-dressed men in Britain" 2015, together with his granddad, Prince Charles.
MISCHIEF DOWN UNDER
George hasn't always been on best behavior. On a trip with his parents to a Sydney zoo earlier this year, the prince threatened to grab the ears of a bilby, a rabbit-like endangered marsupial. Presented with a cuddly toy bilby, the 9-month-old grabbed it with delight before immediately flinging it onto the floor.
George also reportedly grabbed a toy from a baby girl and made her cry when Kate met with other new mothers during the royals' trip to New Zealand.
THREE GENERATIONS OF FUTURE KINGS
George marked an early milestone in June when he made his first appearance at the queen's official birthday parade, joining royal family members on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. The gathering If you struggle with a. Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys China Cheap Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap Authentic NBA Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Online Cheap Authentic NCAA Jerseys Wholeasale Basketball Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys