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DocChat Featured On 'Thrive' Blog

Written by S.O.

Posted on June 15, 2015 at 4:00 pm

Hey all!

“Thrive”, a site dedicated to innovative ways to succeed in a digital age, selected DocChat as one of four digital health companies that drives innovative health solutions.

The article, written by Chris Colucci, states:

“3) DocChat: Here is another innovation for physician access anywhere, anytime. Given the number of smartphone users, this company is leveraging video chat. DocChat states that 75% of all doctor visits can be handled remotely by seeing, listening and speaking to the patient about your health and medical concerns. The company was founded by a physician experienced in emergency medicine and a believer in providing access to proper care on a global scale. The company has programs for business’ to provide quality care for employees. DocChat is now available in about 15 states and is rapidly expanding.”

To read the full article, check out the link here: http://www.thrivedigitalera.com/blog/4-digital-health-companies-that-drive-innovative-solutions

DocChat is honored to be recognized by ‘Thrive’! Thanks for your consideration.

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