Doctor Yan is currently available in Armenian, English and Russian.
Doctors who want to join the app simply download it and register. “The app is free for patient-users. Doctors can use the app for free for some time, but then they can pay for the monthly or yearly packages which would allow them to activate additional functions,” Ghazaryan said.
Patients simply have to choose a doctor by their profession in the app and select an available day and time for appointment. Opinions and reviews about the doctors by patient-users are also meant to help patients in choosing a doctor.
Ghazaryan said they’ve made over 2500 appointments so far and have more than 1000 verified reviews.
Many foreigners who’ve recently moved to Armenia are also using Doctor Yan, she added.
“There are similar apps in Europe and the US, but they are built on the convenience of patient-users. Our option is convenient for both patient-users and the doctors. For example, doctors must garner 200 credits in five years to be able to continue their professional work. They must constantly participate in various accreditation events to garner the credits. We have that section in the app ...