DocGreet.com is so sure that the services available to Doctors, Physicians and Health Care Providers will monetize their time and streamline their patient communication, that the company has announced a money back guarantee to all new enrollees in the next sixty days.
(PRWEB) June 21, 2010 -- DocGreet.com is so sure that the services available to Doctors, Physicians and Health Care Providers will monetize their time and streamline their patient communication, that the company has announced a money back guarantee to all new enrollees in the next sixty days.
“We are so excited about the services that we have built into our site that we just want Doctors to know they exist,” said CEO Shane Porter. “Once enrolled if you are not amazed by our site, we will refund your money.”
Jason Bramble DocGreets CTO said “There is no other site that offers the functions we do, Physicians simply need to join the site, enroll in the premium package and start taking advantage of the many features we have programmed into the site.”
Monetizing Time - Doctors can use the “Ask A Question” feature to make extra money for answering their current patient’s questions, while increasing the quality of care through communication and patient education. They can use the same feature to generate finances in their downtime by giving their opinion to patients, about non-emergency cases.
Email Marketing System - There is a patient subscribed email distribution list that encourages doctors to stay in constant contact with their patients, keeping them informed of everything from new treatment options to national and local health care reforms or office changes.
Medical Publication - Doctors can also publish their medical findings, articles or white papers to be searched by patients and/or colleagues. We even added a new feature that lets other Doctors consult, discuss, leave comments or clinical findings that are related to the original article, but outside of the patient view. “Our site is designed for clinical interaction and improving patient and medical care.” Said Jason Bramble CTO.
Medical Social Media - Doctors can use the social media aspect of DocGreet to consult with their colleagues or a specialist in any medical field by simply downloading images, posting questions, publications or research. The social media aspect of DocGreet is completely confidential and unseen by anyone who is not a verified licensed healthcare provider, so there are no worries of being seen by the general public, or having your social interactions made public. All doctors also agree to abide by the HIPPA law to keep their patients confidentiality a priority. A doctor can also search or get matched for jobs in their specialty or post positions that they might have available in their practice or hospital.
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