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    Orange Maroc Deepens Ties with DabaDoc to Propel Digital Health Transformation in Morocco

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    In a significant move towards advancing digital healthcare solutions in Morocco, Orange Maroc has announced the expansion of its partnership with the Moroccan healthtech startup, DabaDoc. Specializing in the management of the relationship between patients and healthcare professionals across Africa, DabaDoc’s collaboration with Orange Maroc is set to accelerate the digital transformation of healthcare stakeholders in the country.

    This new phase of collaboration aims to offer tailored digital solutions to healthcare professionals, streamlining the management of their medical practices and facilitating teleconsultations. Orange Maroc has now integrated comprehensive solutions dedicated to healthcare professionals into its network of stores. These solutions encompass connectivity services, exclusive subscriptions to the DabaDoc platform at preferential and staggered rates, along with dedicated assistance and after-sales services.

    Embraced by thousands of doctors on the continent and utilized by over 12 million users since its inception, DabaDoc enables healthcare providers to make their schedules available online 24/7 and digitize the management of medical practices and patient records. Additionally, the service digitizes the patient care journey by simplifying their interaction with various healthcare professionals, whether for scheduling appointments online or conducting teleconsultations.

    Recognizing the essential role of healthcare digitization in enhancing the quality of care and facilitating access to healthcare services for the population, Orange Maroc reaffirms its commitment to DabaDoc. Orange Maroc positions itself as a trusted partner for healthcare professionals in the Kingdom.

    Remaining true to its stance as a responsible operator, Orange aims to continue contributing to this major societal challenge by encouraging the development of new digital practices in the healthcare sector. These initiatives are designed to transparently and securely enhance the quality of healthcare services in the country, ensuring broader access for all.

    As Orange Maroc and DabaDoc join forces in this venture, the partnership reflects their shared dedication to fostering innovation in digital health solutions, ultimately paving the way for an improved healthcare landscape in Morocco.

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