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Weekly Recap: Videos and Logistical Progression

Written by S.O.

Posted on November 24, 2014 at 6:41 pm

Hey guys,

Last week was interesting over at the DocChat HQ. Most of the week was divided between finalizing video parts for our upcoming fundable campaign, and demo campaigns, and meeting with individuals in the medical space to discuss future company alignments.

Here is our first public video demo of the DocChat telemedicine app which demonstrates how easy it is to see a doctor through your smartphone.

Note: This is a not a representation of the final product, once a week there will be a new video out demonstrating how things are progressing in the features department.

Seeing as the video above is targeted more towards regular users, later in the week we will have a separate video explaining how one would use the app from the doctor side. So, if you’re a licensed doctor who is thinking about joining the DocChat team, make sure to tune in!

Until next time,
Eric

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