“We are thrilled to launch Rigour+ after countless hours of development and refinement. We firmly believe that this app has the potential to radically transform healthcare access for Nigerians, making it more accessible, convenient, and reliable than ever before,”
Afrihealth, a leading technology solutions provider in Nigeria, has unveiled its revolutionary medical super app, Rigour+. This groundbreaking app is set to reshape the African healthcare landscape by addressing critical challenges and offering convenient access to high-quality healthcare services.
During the recent launch event in Lagos, Afrihealth Chief Executive Officer, Linda Obi highlighted the transformative potential of Rigour+.
She expressed her confidence that the app would revolutionize healthcare access for millions of Africans, effectively tackling major issues such as limited access to quality healthcare, counterfeit drugs, and difficulties in obtaining medical services.
Obi emphasized that Afrihealth’s Rigour+ medical super app was meticulously designed to combat these challenges and improve access to quality healthcare services not only for Nigerians but also for the entire African continent.
She further highlighted the company’s commitment to patient safety, stating that Rigour+ places a strong emphasis on combating counterfeit drugs.
The app features innovative scanning technology that empowers users to make informed choices, ensuring they purchase only genuine products. This vital feature significantly reduces the risk of adverse health effects and saves lives by detecting fake or substandard medications.
“We are thrilled to launch Rigour+ after countless hours of development and refinement. We firmly believe that this app has the potential to radically transform healthcare access for Nigerians, making it more accessible, convenient, and reliable than ever before,” Obi declared.
Health education expert Chinonso Ejemba, speaking at the event, highlighted the role of technology in Nigeria’s healthcare sector. He emphasized that technology would democratize the healthcare system, providing accessible, affordable, and premium healthcare to all.
Chikezie Jude, the VP Partnership at AfriHealth, further elaborated on the challenges faced by the healthcare industry, such as brain drain and a limited doctor-to-patient ratio. He emphasized that digitalization of the healthcare industry was the key to resolving these issues.
Jude stated, “There’s no way a human being can split himself on multiple occasions, but with the digitalization of healthcare, with telemedicine, we have one person speaking at his convenience to people who don’t need to leave their homes to get to the hospital.”
Afrihealth’s launch of the Rigour+ medical super app marks a significant milestone in the transformation of healthcare in Africa. With its innovative features and commitment to improving access and quality, Rigour+ has the potential to revolutionize the way healthcare services are delivered across the continent.
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