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The Health Informatics Society of Sri Lanka recognises ayubo.life


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One of Sri Lanka’s leading smart phone health and fitness app ayubo.life was accredited by the Health Informatics Society of Sri Lanka (HISSL) for fulfilling accepted standards in confidentiality and digital interactions. 

“We are honoured to be recognised by the Health Informatics Society of Sri Lanka (HISSL) as a digital health care solution provider. As the leading healthcare and fitness app in the country, we are catering to a population that is increasingly focusing on the benefits of making healthier choices. As such, we are looking at providing the most secure and safe platform for frequent users to ensure that they are digitally safeguarded as they share the journey of healthy living with us,” said ayubo.life Director/COO Dr. Chamila Ariyanada.

The HISSL is the professional association for the Sri Lankan medical, health and IT professionals, academics and students who are interested in medical and health care informatics. HISSL is open for medical doctors, dentists, nurses, paramedical and allied health science professionals and teachers and students of medical as well as technical universities.

Ayubo.life is a lifestyle, health and fitness app, providing a comprehensive platform for all who need to stay healthy. It connects multiple healthcare services, stores family medical records, facilitates on-demand consultations with doctors on video, keeps a record of workouts while partnering with experts in the wellness industry to provide online wellness solutions. Ayubo.life is owned and operated by Digital Healthcare Solutions Ltd., a company funded and supported by Hemas Holdings PLC.

 


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