iVH-HIT another milestone: Serving the Underserved

iVH HIT (by iValueHealth.NET) became the world's first application to provide “Health Tips” on Coronavirus CoViD-19 early this year. Today, more than 350 000 people are benefiting from the "IVH HIT " CoViD-19 service already.

Focusing into "Health for Everyone"goal, iValueHealth.NET has taken a step forward breaking down communication barriers. We are happy to announce that we have added voice capability to our platform, and all the Tips content can be listened (hear) now. It is extremely helpful where literacy level is lower and/or people have certain disabilities. Today, iValueHealth.NET becomes the one of the most rich and important platforms that is accessible not just by text but over voice as well. We already had 150k+ content, and it’s almost doubled now.

iVH-HIT another milestone. Platform launches "voice" / "text-to-speech" functionality, and all the content can be listened in more than 10 languages (e.g. English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, Portuguese, Bahasa etc). The new voice service not only for the Coronavirus CoViD-19 disease, but for all 70+ other categories. Thus, everyone can listen daily health tips on “what to do” and “what not to do”, and are empowered in order to focus their daily basis in the right and sustainable manner. Communities with less literacy, disable world, etc., shall benefit even more. Such segments will have access to information now, higher awareness and become more inclusive.

Application can be downloaded at Google Play. This application is neither intended to replace any medical professional’s advice nor prescription/treatment plans. Service is open to all the institutional partners (public and private companies both) who want to contribute and increase awareness fighting against the disease.

About iValueHealth.NET: It is one of the largest multilingual Healthcare Social platforms. It has about 2 million members, and offers a white-labeled digital healthcare platform (B2B, B2B2C, B2C) to increase health awareness and promote health inclusion “Health for Everyone,” and using “Mobile for Growth.”