Think Research Expands into Francophone Market with French-Language Platform

TORONTOOct. 4, 2018 /CNW/ – Think Research, a leading digital healthcare platform provider, today announced that the Company has expanded its product offerings by launching a French-language version of their innovative VirtualCare platform. The Company is pleased to add VirtualCare to its rapidly growing list of French-language offerings which currently include eForms and OrderSet applications.

As a proudly Canadian company, Think Research is excited by the opportunity to continue expanding its services to the more than 7,000,000 Canadians who speak French as their first language, including the 77% of Quebecers who are native francophones1.

“We’re very excited to launch our VirtualCare portal in French and expand our capabilities to meet the demand of French-speaking clinicians and patients,” said Rushab Gudka, VP Product Management at Think Research. “We’re dedicated to being the world’s leading provider of digital healthcare solutions and that goal begins at home. Providing our services in French so that we can help improve health of Canadians from coast-to-coast is an important next step for our Company as we continue to innovate and expand.”

Whether it’s a long-term care facility, a family clinic or hospital, VirtualCare is a powerful platform that allows clinicians to provide 1-on-1 care for their patients from anywhere, allowing both parties to choose where and when they want to be treated or diagnosed without any limitations. Ultimately, VirtualCare has been designed to give patients the tools to control their health, and clinicians the tools to provide the best possible care.”

About Think Research
Think Research’s mission is to organize the world’s health knowledge, so everyone gets the best care. The company takes the ever-growing body of clinical evidence and health care algorithms to create software applications that drive high-quality clinical decision making.  Think Research’s solutions are provided through a secure, multi-application platform that is used by clinicians and patients at the point of care and is deployed in over 1,100 facilities in Canada, the US and the EU, impacting millions of patients annually.


1 Statistics Canada, 2016 census.


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