CUDO TeleHealth (CudoApp.com) a subsidiary of Cudo Holdings Ltd, a telemedicine company with headquarters in the United Kingdom, recently spread its tentacles into Nigeria’s telemedicine space where it aims to improve access to healthcare virtually and physically.
CUDO provides access to doctors, physiologists, and even access to nearby pharmacies via the Cudo mobile app. particularly for employees of various organizations through its business program which allows business owners to pick from a list of bouquet plans that directly offer their employees credit to access health care and service.
Jonathan Aina, founder, CUDO said that the platform affords businesses of all sizes the ability to truly provide efficient health care attention to employees at the most budget-friendly cost possible while cutting wastage.
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“More than ever, health concerns has proved to be crucially important in workplace productivity and also in deciding how key company operations run. We have seen companies go fully remote to protect employees’ health,
While some adopted strict health precaution policies to ensure safety. Equally, every adult has developed more consciousness as regards taking notes and managing each little health symptom,” he said.
He added that company-sponsored health benefits have been a long-standing approach growing businesses have adopted to provide a more enjoyable work experience for their staff which is often done through a health insurance offering or an onsite medical facility.
Aina adds that telemedicine will enable faster and more convenient access to healthcare at an affordable rate less than the cost of hospital visits. Most importantly allow patients to have access anywhere and eventually anytime.
“With CUDO treatment is delivered faster with a more efficient healthcare response for employees and the ability to serve multiple employees at once. This, in turn, is to have a remarkable impact on the Quality of Life of employees and eventually a happier workforce,” he said.
According to a 2019 report on telemedicine, the global telemedicine market is expected to be worth $53.1 billion by 2026 with a compound annual growth rate of 14.19percent from 2019 to 2026.