This is the core feature of the application. To determine if they have coronavirus, users need to take a smart questionnaire in the form of a conversation with an AI bot. The questionnaire then adapts and changes depending on the user’s answers as the test progresses.
If the results show that the user is indeed sick, the bot offers to call a doctor or to set up an appointment at the clinic, if necessary. Generally speaking, this feature can be used to diagnose a huge range of diseases in the future, not just COVID-19.
The app features a text chat for easy doctor-patient communication. Users can attach images to provide doctors with a visual aid when explaining their symptoms. The application also allows to make audio and video calls, thus giving doctors the ability to hold remote appointments.
This is where integration with clinics comes in especially handy: users can check available time slots at the clinic they are registered in and book an appointment with a relevant doctor. The app will then send a couple notifications to remind them of the upcoming visit.
The app has an emergency button that patients can use if their state unexpectedly worsens. It sends an automatic request for an ambulance to the clinic the user is registered in, marking the current location of their device.