Blog 11/11/2021

Uberisation Of Health Care In Nigeria

People keep hearing the world is advancing and changing, but they do not seem to understand what this means. The 21st century brought about many changes in telecommunications, lifestyle, education, …

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Blog 02/11/2021

Are Digital Medical Platforms The Change We Need In Medicine?

Some people say “the only thing constant in life is change”, but what people fail to realise is that ‘change’ is also one of the most difficult phenomenon a human …

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Blog 27/10/2021

5 Categories You Didn’t Know Telemedicine Had

Gone are the days when people had to queue in hospitals, whenever they needed a medical consultation, now things are digital, including medicine and medical care. Doctors, nurses, and other …

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Blog 15/10/2021

Taking care of your elderly ones in the 21st century, using digital platforms

The elderly are sometimes referred to as ‘big babies’, though some may defer, the truth remains that the elderly need constant supervision and caring. Some children dread the stage, when …

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Blog 13/10/2021

Would you rather stay in the past and risk the future of your loved ones?

Our parents or guardians took care of us by themselves without any help, when we were young, so it is a Nigerian custom to reciprocate it… Well, things are changing …

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Blog 20/09/2021

I know Television, Which One is Telemedicine?

A conversation about virtual medical care in Nigeria Enquirer: OK what is this Telemedicine? MyMedicalBank: In simple terms, Telemedicine is the practice of providing “medicine” (healthcare) from “tele” (far). It …

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Blog 19/09/2021

5 Ways to Care for Your Elderly Parents in Nigeria

Traditionally, Africans love to look after their parents in their old age. In the absence of the type of State social security provided for old people in the West, for …

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Blog 18/09/2021

How You Can Live Long in Nigeria

Life expectancy in Japan is 84 but 54 in Nigeria. That means on the average, someone living in Nigeria will die 30 years earlier than a person living in Japan. …

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Blog 06/09/2021

‘Lack of doctors the biggest telemedicine challenge’- MyMedicalBank CEO Ayo Adebamowo

In this rich interview with Technext, a publication focused on Technology and business-related content with a deliberate emphasis on the African narrative, MyMedicalBank CEO, Ayo Adebamowo offers profound insights on …

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