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Reduce ER Utilization

It has been estimated that 75% of all medical visits can be handled through real-time video conferencing. Simply by seeing, listening and speaking, doctors can accurately address your medical concerns. The CDC claims that misdirected healthcare utilization costs an unnecessary $50 billion burden on our healthcare delivery system. Help us achieve our goal of reducing superfluous ER utilization with DocChat.


Have a private concern that you would feel more comfortable sharing on a one-time video call? DocChat makes it easy to express your concerns in a contained, private environment, getting you the care you need without any emotional difficulties. DocChat complies with HIPAA privacy laws and uses AES – 256bit encryption for transferring and storing data and SHA2 encryption for any transactions (effectively double encryption). These are virtually unbreakable, so you can feel comfortable sharing your private health concerns with your DocChat doctor.


DocChat is available 24/7/365 to all. Whether it is a holiday, weekend or night, you can see a board certified, emergency experienced physician within 15 minutes in the convenience of you own home, office, wherever! Also, if a prescription is required, it can be sent to a local pharmacy of your choice.

DocChat is ideal for

Nursing Homes


Military and Veterans


Busy Families

Correctional Facilities

Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities

Indian Country

Rural Areas

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* Disclaimer: DocChat is intended as a complementary service to your primary care physician. It is intended for use by those seeking acute health care in non-emergency situations. DocChat does not prescribe DEA-controlled substances, narcotics, or drugs that may potentially be abused. DocChat is not a replacement for your primary care doctor and will only provide short-term prescriptions if medically necessary. If you have an emergency, call 911. If you have a chronic illness, please see your primary care physician. DocChat does not guarantee that our doctors will prescribe medication. DocChat reserves the right to refuse service to any patients it deems to be abusing the intended service or seeking prescriptions beyond a reasonable amount.