The Physact platform was founded by a group of people with the physician as a founder. Thanks to the experience of the app’s founder, the team decided to develop a product that would provide a convenient system for patients struggling with depression. The client is from Sweden, where such programs have already been applied and successfully used for treating depression through physiotherapy.
Since doctors in Sweden found out that physiotherapy can help treat depression and applied for this program in clinics, the Physact platform was designed to make it easier for patients and doctors to connect in modern digital realities. The Physact is a mobile app for patients combined with a web platform for doctors that works as a bridge between doctors and patients struggling with depression. Our goal was to develop a product that will successfully launch, attract an audience and help people fight mild depression.
The development process started as soon as we allocated a team of developers and designers with relevant experience. There are two sides to the Physact app – one for patients and one for healthcare professionals.
The client side is a mobile app that requires a patient to get through registration to verify their identity. Once users are registered, they see a dashboard containing all their exercises prescribed by doctors.
To make it easier for patients to perform all tasks, exercise instructions are followed by videos. Using this feature, patients can discuss questions with their doctors and keep informed about the progress.
The third page is also a dashboard where patients can mark their feelings and overall well being on a weekly basis. The app also provides a weekly questionnaire where patients should answer questions about their health and mood so doctors can see the statistics.
We also developed and integrated an AI-powered chatbot into the patient’s side of the app. The chatbot is used to help patients improve their mental health and get an easy navigation throughout the app and get answers on their questions related to exercises and the app itself.
Since the key idea behind URBs was to make it easier for users to enjoy their favorite cities. That is why we made sure the travel app design allows for convenience on the go. The design of the application was created in the brand colors, illustrating the brand idea and mission. Each page contains small yet convenient illustrations for hassle-free navigation.
The map can be opened on the whole screen, so nothing can disturb the route. Users can easily stop the route if they find something on their way and want to enjoy the walk later. They can always see where they are located, reducing stress if the internet connection breaks down.
Since the healthcare industry is tricky, we crafted a team of developers with specific skills, knowledge, and relevant backgrounds to make sure the final product meets all requirements and the client remains on the safe side of the law. The tech stack we have chosen includes the following:
The Physact MVP has been successfully developed and soon will be launched. The client reported that our team was flexible and professional, so he enjoyed working with Interexy and soon will provide full feedback.
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