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Online Housecalls, Improved Patient Care and Increased Communication Between Doctors and Healthcare Professionals Now Made Possible Through Docgreet.com
Date:6/5/2010

);" target="_blank" title="faq">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.

About DocGreet Inc.

DocGreet Inc. was designed with both the patient and doctor in mind. The team of professionals has decades of experience in the medical community, ranging from medical practice to corporate management. With a solid background in the medical community, we designed a product that will enhance the quality of patient care and a doctor’s practice.

DocGreet Inc. is located in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and is privately funded and owned. DocGreet.com is solely owned and operated by DocGreet Inc.

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