Dubai, United Arab Emirates–(Newsfile Corp. – December 10, 2021) – The blockchain-based medical company Aimedis is entering the metaverse. To this end, they are currently working on their own area in the digital space, including their own chain of clinics.
The metaverse has arrived in the mainstream, at least since the media rebranding of Facebook. The digital parallel world has the potential to digitize entire branches of industry – including the medical sector. Aimedis has also recognized the trend and is now announcing its own plans for the Metaverse. Specifically, it is about establishing one’s own medical area in the virtual world, where patients, medical staff, clinics, universities and companies from the pharmaceutical industry or insurances, among others, have the opportunity to interact digitally with one another.
In the Aimedis Health City, as the Metaverse is called, other hospitals will also be able to open clinics in the virtual world and rent or buy entire areas. Lease agreements can then be concluded via Aimedis DataxChange, the in-house NFT marketplace, for example.
As a first step, the company from the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates will place its first own hospital in the Metaverse – the “Alpha Hospital”. For example, therapy sessions, consultations, visits to the doctor and interactions between patients take place here, but also students, medical staff and laypeople are trained. A dedicated AI with the sonorous name AVA (Aimedis Virtual Assistant) guides you through the virtual space and bridges the ecosystem of Aimedis with the metaverse.
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