It answers the most basic questions from a patient’s perspective
Medwiki, an online video library on medicines with over 100,000 medicine videos has been launched to help Indians understand medicines better. It is a search engine based video library through which anyone can search the name and find the medicine prescribed.
The videos are made by Medwiki’s trusted trained pharmacists in simple language to answer the top 4-5 questions customers typically have about the medicines. The videos have crossed a viewership of more than 10 million on YouTube. Medwiki claims to be the world’s largest online video library on medicines.
“There is too much information on the Internet with answers to all sorts of questions, be it on weight loss, covid testing or about diabetes or heart diseases. However surprisingly, people forget to ask the most basic questions of their everyday life– what is this medicine? How should I take it? How does it work? Over 95% of Indians are not aware of what their medicine is, which is leading to poor compliance and adherence to it. Medwiki has been created to answer these essential questions. We have started Medwiki in English and Hindi and soon plan to make the videos available in 6-8 vernacular languages,” said Amit Choudhary, Founder-Chief Executive Officer, Medwiki.
“Medwiki is just the beginning. We have many resources that will help Indians navigate the complexities of our healthcare system. When people are armed with information, they have better access to care, which ultimately leads to improved health outcomes,” said Choudhary added.
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