IMC Jeddah takes a pioneering approach in healthcare with Digitalization

By Salma C, Intern Reporter
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International Medical Center in Jeddah
International Medical Center (IMC), Jeddah

The International Medical Center in Jeddah (IMC) has mastered a pioneering approach in the healthcare industry to deliver unprecedented, innovative, and creative digital channels, showcasing its commitment to listening to patients’ opinions and facilitating each step of their treatment in the fastest and most convenient way possible.

IMC, through its “Digital Door” strategy, has created a series of digital products; the My IMC app, the Women’s Health app, and the IMC Docm which offer patients and clinicians access, convenience, speed and efficiency.

Smart Reports

“Smart Reports” is one of the most unique features of My IMC service. The “Request a Report” feature is another step toward enhancing the patient experience. Patients can access and download their reports directly through the app at any time, easily and quickly without having to go to the hospital.

Once the request is generated, it will be sent directly to the IMC’s Medical Records Division, which will process the request and return the required reports. Moreover, Smart Reports are designed in such a way that patients can easily read and understand the results and information related to their health condition without having to wait for a doctor’s review.

Women’s Health App

The International Medical Center’s Women’s Health app, which is currently available to IMC patients only, allows female users to follow up on everything related to their health. From pre-pregnancy to planning, weekly pregnancy follow-up, fetal development, breastfeeding, and childcare, expecting mothers can monitor every stage of their pregnancy.

The app also provides detailed information and advice on women’s health issues to doctors and medical teams at IMC. They can also track medications, nutritional needs, preventive measures, dates for analysis, and relevant tests.

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