NAPLES, FL – 2/2/2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — The world of telemedicine and doctors on demand has come a long way in the past couple of decades, but in many ways the concept harkens back to an earlier era. In many ways, the launch of telemedicine apps in general, and TheDocApp.com in particular represents a return to a better, and a more personal, approach to medicine.
You can think of TheDocApp as a return to the days of the house call, but this innovative app takes the house call process and improves on it in countless ways. Thanks to TheDocApp, patients will be able to talk to their doctors via live web chat, getting help with their issues, confirming their diagnosis and getting the assistance they need to get – and stay – well.
You may not remember the days of the house call, but your parents and grandparents probably do. They remember the days when medical care was personal, and when doctors treated their patients in the comfort of their own homes. The goal of TheDocApp is to bring those more personal days back, albeit in a technologically advanced and cutting edge way.
As the CEO of The Doc App so aptly puts it – “I’m trying to show how TheDocApp could save the industry money by handing non-emergency visits over to telemedicine. ” The potential impact of TheDocApp on the cost of medicine is obvious even to those outside the medical field – for the cost of a phone call and an Internet connection, patients can get expert medical care and solid professional advice any time they want – all from the comfort of their own homes. It is a house call for the 21st century, and one of the reasons we are so happy to announce the launch of TheDocApp.
The CEO, Nick Garulay, is truly excited about its potential, and its ability to change the lives of patients, doctors, medical providers, insurers and everyone else who accesses medical care in the 21st century. You do not need to be an expert to know that the cost of health insurance, and the cost of care, has risen sharply in recent years. Nor do you need a crystal ball to predict what is likely to happen in the future if the cost curve does not start to bend downward.
With the launch of TheDocApp, and the cost savings it is likely to achieve, we might finally start to see that downward curve returning. Instead of waiting around in a crowded room and sharing germs, men and women who fear they have the flu can open up TheDocApp and get expert advice and guidance, without putting anyone else at risk.
The launch of TheDocApp also holds the potential to reduce the strain on urgent care clinics and emergency rooms, both resources that play a huge role in the cost of medical care and the quality of that care. Quick care and urgent care clinics may be good ideas, but with resources stretched thin, the care they provide can be less than optimal. By moving patient care to a private setting, like the patient’s home, TheDocApp can ease overcrowding and get patients back to good health faster.
TheDocApp could have the same impact on crowded emergency rooms, especially in large cities where high-speed Internet is widely available and widely used. Instead of traveling to a crowded emergency room, patients with colds, the flu, rashes and similar issues can fire up TheDocApp and get the help they need right away, without waiting in line or paying a high emergency room fee.
The launch of TheDocApp represents a turning point in the world of telemedicine, but it also marks a return to a time when medical care was more effective, more personal and less intimidating. We invite you to download the app today, and get the care you need tomorrow. The services is currently avaiable to southwest Florida residents and will be expanding state-wide in the months to come.
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Company Name: TheDocApp
Contact Person: Nick
Country: United States