The French start-up ChirashiSaumonAvocat has launched the “Biloba” app, which enables parents to seek advice from doctors on the health of their children.
The app is currently offered free of charge and is in great demand due to lockdown and the relaxation of regulations for telemedicine. According to the company, it will cost around 10 Euros per month in the future, which users will have to pay privately. The app’s target group is young parents who have many questions about dealing with teething problems and are looking for professional answers. They can now obtain these answers from pediatricians and general practitioners via app.
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