Virtual healthcare app provider MDLIVE has announced version 3.0 of its MDLIVE platform, a mobile app development framework that can be used to link consumers and professionals to doctors, therapists, and pediatricians through secure video or phone conversations.
The SDK has been available since mid-2015, but the newly enhanced version makes it easier to integrate MDLIVE’s system into existing healthcare apps. The framework has been improved, enabling healthcare companies and providers to launch their own branded apps on the platform.
MDLIVE has launched a new version of its mobile app development framework, and a new Android app
Randy Parker, MDLIVE’s CEO, said:
“There are many hospitals, health systems and health plans that do not have the resources or expertise to develop a telemedicine app to support their mobile strategy. MDLIVE Version 3.0 has been redesigned from the ground up, making it a powerful platform that can be leveraged to meet the increasing demand for mobile telehealth apps from our customer base.”
The company has also launched its first native Android app, offering year-round, 24-hours-a-day connections with certified doctors. Visit MDLIVE’s website for more details about its services, app, and SDK.