Microsoft BizSpark - Microsoft BizSpark is a global program that helps software startups succeed by giving them access to Microsoft software development tools, connecting them with key industry players, including investors, and providing marketing visibility to help entrepreneurs starting a business. Microsoft BizSpark is a worldwide partner of the Founder Institute, providing software, support, facilities, and mentoring to many entrprenuers within the Fouder Insitute network. Learn more about our partnership here, and sign-up for BizSpark here.


Clifford Chance is one of the world's leading law firms, with 33 offices* in 23 countries and some 3,200 legal advisers. www.cliffordchance.com


Sanoma Media is a media company that crosses frontiers, with her expertise, creativity and appealing content Sanoma creates the right context for advertisers to achieve their objectives. Sanoma Media Netherlands B.V. is a part of the Sanoma Group, an European mediagroup operating in several media sectors in twenty countries www.sanomamedia.nl


V-Ventures is a holding company with a portfolio of Dutch investments geared towards news- and information supply and management www.v-ventures.nl  

TeleCure Launches on Google Helpouts

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2013-11-19

Earlier today, TeleCure, a graduate of the San Francisco Founder Institute, announced its launch on Helpouts by Google. Through the service, patients can receive top-notch medical care over the phone or via video call, for only $25. Read the press release below to learn more.

 

TeleCure, a provider of services to people who are looking for top quality medical care via telephone and video medical consultations, has announced that it will launch on Helpouts, a new service from Google that connects people who can give help to people who need help over live video (http://helpouts.google.com).

Helpouts by Google is a way for individuals anywhere in the world to connect with experts via live video.  Experts will be available in a wide range of categories and TeleCure will bring medical services to the platform.  Within Helpouts, individuals can get assistance via on-demand video sessions or schedule sessions in advance.  Sessions can be booked through the desktop or mobile app available on Android.

People can contact TeleCure and choose to consult with a medical provider through a phone or video call for just $25.  Users simply call a number to check in and have the freedom to go about their daily routine.  Within 15 minutes, a TeleCure medical provider contacts the patient to discuss their issue and gets them started on a treatment plan.  If applicable, they can then pick up any needed medication at their local pharmacy and begin the recovery process.  There’s no time wasted in a real or virtual waiting room.

“With the power of Google, TeleCure is an alternative that the masses desire, especially in a day and age when it is still so difficult to gain access to quality healthcare,” said Garick Hismatullin, CEO, TeleCure. “At the same time, you don't need any expensive technology, not even a smartphone, to simply dial and speak to a medical expert.  It’s an even better, hassle-­free way to get help quickly.”

The expanded TeleCure services, which now also include video consultations, are available via Helpouts by Google and can be accessed by visiting: http://helpouts.google.com 

 
About TeleCure
TeleCure is a virtual branch of Action Urgent Care in California. TeleCure’s medical providers are emergency room and urgent care specialists who work hard to provide patients with a fast, affordable and convenient alternative to going to a doctor’s office.  For more information or to speak with a healthcare expert, please visit: http://www.telecure.me.

Like this article?

Subscribe to our NewsletterAttend a Free Event

Feedback Form

We welcome your feedback to improve the Institute. Please contact us using the form below, and we will get back to you promptly.
Your Email Address:
Message to the Institute:
What is ? (enter the answer below):
Close Window