Second Opinions

A second opinion in medicine is when a patient seeks advice or evaluation from another healthcare provider or specialist regarding their diagnosis, treatment plan, or medical condition.

This can be done for various reasons, such as wanting confirmation of the initial diagnosis, exploring alternative treatment options, or simply seeking reassurance. Getting a second opinion can provide patients with additional perspectives and information to make more informed decisions about their healthcare.

It’s a common practice and can be valuable in ensuring the best possible care and outcomes for the patient. We believe everyone has a right to a second opinion when it comes to their health and wellbeing. A number of studies indicate that second medical opinions altered the treatment or diagnosis in up to 60% of patients.

But it shouldn’t just be any second opinion. With recent advances in Tele-Communication and Artificial Intelligence, there’s no reason why we can’t obtain a reliable second opinion from anyone, anywhere in the world. Here at the Micurae portal, we have implemented intelligent tools to give our user access to our network of global medical professionals. Services provided by our doctors include face-to-face consultation, Tele-consultation as well as second opinion reports.

If you choose to travel overseas for an in-depth consultation, Micurae will be your best travel facilitator. Via our international travel app MiAid, we offer exclusive, rapid travel assistance, doctor appointment reservation, pharmacy prescription as well as delivery services.

Please register with Micurae and allow us to safe guard your health journey.


Teleconsultation, also known as telemedicine or telehealth consultation, is a remote healthcare service that allows patients to consult with healthcare providers using telecommunications technology. Instead of meeting in person, patients and healthcare professionals communicate through video calls, phone calls, or secure messaging platforms. During a teleconsultation, patients can discuss their symptoms, receive medical advice, get prescriptions, and even receive follow-up care, all from the comfort of their own homes. Teleconsultation is particularly useful for patients who have difficulty accessing traditional healthcare services due to distance, mobility issues, or other barriers. It can also be convenient for routine check-ups, follow-up appointments, and minor health concerns.

Micurae Portal allows our users to choose their preferred physician, schedule an appointment and then have a secure Teleconsultation with the physician in the comfort of their homes. The bespoke industry designed platform is easy to use and hassle free.

Furthermore, our Tele-medicine travel app MiAid take a step further. With Language matching built in, it will allow our user to access a language matched doctor in major cities of the world at the time of need.


The division of medicine into various specialties serves several important purposes:

  • Expertise: Medicine has become increasingly complex over time, with advancements in technology, diagnostics, and treatments. Specialization allows physicians to develop deep expertise in specific areas, enabling them to provide the highest quality of care to patients within their specialty.

  • Efficiency: By focusing on specific areas of medicine, specialists can streamline their knowledge and skills, leading to more efficient and effective diagnosis and treatment. This efficiency can result in better outcomes for patients.
  • Patient-Centered Care: Different medical conditions require different approaches to diagnosis and treatment. Specialization allows physicians to tailor their care to the specific needs of each patient, providing more personalized and effective treatment plans.

  • Advancement of Knowledge: Specialization fosters ongoing research and innovation within each field, leading to advancements in medical science and improved patient care. Specialists often contribute to the development of new treatments, technologies, and guidelines within their area of expertise.

  • Collaboration: While specialists focus on specific areas, they also collaborate with colleagues in other specialties to provide comprehensive care for patients with complex medical conditions. This interdisciplinary approach ensures that patients receive the best possible care from a team of experts.
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