Reliq Health Technologies Inc (OTCMKTS:RQHTF) is offering mHealth plus telemedicine for rural communities in alliance with Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Wen Health Centre. With financial support from by Ontario’s Health Technologies Fund (HTF), Reliq Health started admitting the patients suffering from diabetes.
Dr. Lisa Crossley, Chief Executive Officer of Reliq Health said the company is pleased to enter into a partnership with Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Wen Health Centre to provide poor people with the necessary care for diabetes.
According to the CEO, Dr. Lisa, the company uses its high-tech iUGO Care solution to provide treatment to the diabetes patients in the rural areas across the Northwestern sides of Ontario. It is happy to be part of the life saving initiative.
The healthcare professionals at Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Wen Health Centre closely monitors the health of the patients through the secure communications provided by Reliq Health and ensures availability of right medicine to prevent serious complications.
The healthcare centre addresses the health needs of patients with the help of innovative solutions of Reliq Health in 4 municipalities and twenty eight first nations communities. The communities covered in this programme are Hudson, Pickle Lake, and Savant Lake etc.
Reliq Health Technologies Inc Enrolls 12,000 Patients in Its iUGO Care Platform
The CEO said Reliq Health Technologies Inc is very busy in developing the startup into a mature organization. The company is arranging the necessary infrastructure to promote growth. Having built the strong foundation, the company is looking for enrolling patients and focuses on client acquisition to clinch the growth opportunities. As part of the new initiatives, the company is implementing accounting systems, new CRM, recruiting experienced sales personnel, and establishing an office in the US.
The patient enrollment at client sites in Texas and the go-Live program with Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Wen Health Centre based in Ontario are part of the company’s strategy to move ahead with the growth initiatives. The CEO has congratulated its team for the hard work put in for the past three months in completing the critical work.
The company has admitted 12,000 patients in its GoLive program. It is also planning to admit another 2,000 patients in the new program.