LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Physitrack, the leading provider of multi-lingual technology for Virtual Care in over 100 countries, and the main provider of remote patient engagement solutions to physical therapy and orthopaedic providers during the Covid-19 pandemic, continues its global expansion into Latin America.
Following substantial investments in local South American hosting infrastructure via Amazon Web Services, as well as launching a fully translated Spanish version of Physitrack's patient engagement and Telehealth solution, Physitrack hereby officially announces its broader launch into Latin America.
Says Henrik Molin, CEO and co-founder of Physitrack: "We are very excited to offer our award-winning technology to Latin America's over 650 million+ inhabitants at a time when they bravely fight the devastating effects of the Covid-19 global pandemic. To assist as much as we can, we have made sure extended free trial options, post-trial pricing and the local version of the solution itself are adapted to local patient care needs. We hope to put our technology in the hands of providers who can quickly make a difference for patients in need of care - now. Our solutions are applicable for acute, post-acute and chronic musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, and can help patients who are subject to social distancing and isolation in this unprecedented period."
Most notably, Physitrack will offer local care providers completely free usage for up to 30 days as well as complimentary Telehealth throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Physitrack's Latin American expansion efforts will be lead by a regional team, with the support and assistance of Physitrack's global technology and sales teams.
For further information, please visit https://www.physitrack.com
Physitrack is an Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) Mobility Partner and the world leader in the provision of Virtual Care technology. Physitrack works with tens of thousands of public and private healthcare providers around the world that cares for several million patients in over 100 countries.