Sunday 20 September, 2020

Doctors get into sanitisation business

Founder and CEO of MDLink, Dr Ché Bowen, launched the company in 2018 and has since spearheaded the telehealth movement through the region.

Founder and CEO of MDLink, Dr Ché Bowen, launched the company in 2018 and has since spearheaded the telehealth movement through the region.

Telemedicine firm MDLink has introduced SaniMed, a managed sanitisation solution to the local market.

MDLink has developed what is described as “curated corporate packages” that include all the company’s services to support business in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19).

SaniMed offers an ecosystem of health solutions to protect the lives and livelihoods of Jamaicans and their businesses so they can continue healthy operations during this difficult time, MDLink said.

Services include electrostatic spraying technology for 360-degree sanitisation and disinfection; sanitisation audits by MDLink public health doctors; custom sanitisation stations and dispensers; telemedicine discounts for staff; online COVID-19 screening using artificial intelligence and testing discounts for staff.

Founder and CEO of MDLink, Dr Ché Bowen, launched the company in 2018 and has since spearheaded the telehealth movement through the region.

MDLink provides services in psychiatry, general practice, urgent care and urology, internal medicine, dermatology and more. The company now claims more than 10,000 registered patients.

In August MDLink entered into a memorandum of understanding and alliance with Ehave, Inc, owned by M.Y. Investments and Titles Ltd., a Belize-based investment and transactional company.

Ehave, Inc. is a provider of digital therapeutics delivering evidence-based therapeutic interventions to patients.

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