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GetDoc: How do patients find you?
 

GetDoc: How do patients find you?

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Perhaps someone has just moved into your community? Or they are looking for a specialist in your area? How can they find you easily and effortlessly? Getdoc is an innovative application that lets patients seamlessly find and book a doctor’s appointment by name, location or specialisation, by a tap on the phone or click of the mouse.
 
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12 Aug 2016 - General
 
Mark Edmon Tan Jennifer Winter I know right. But I keep my listing there because it actually lists high on Google. But I maintain my listing just because I want to treat it as a "yellow pages" kind of thing. But no one can make me invest on something like this. Even a website. I get a lot of people calling me for web dev...
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Eileen N Majority of patients in the Philippines are walk-in patients. If they set appointments, it would still be through phone calls. Jennifer Winter This is very sad for us because we are in a tech savvy country. It speaks a lot about our priorities and again, the incompetence of our healthcare system. No one bothers to develop...
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Maria Cristina Inserto I think it is same to assume that the website was trying to milk money out of you by offering you the premium membership. So seemingly since here in the Philippines almost everyone has a Facebook account it would be an effective platform to use to book appointments. Or if possible probably integrate the GetDoc app into the Facebook page of the clinic to get the appointments. So out of sheer ...
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The most effective for me is still Facebook. I have my clinic on Facebook and I get a few appointments from there. Very seldom that I get people straight from my website. And then there's an site similar to this APP that I have listed on and I used to think it was good and I would reply to inquiries but now I almost never do because I am doubtful if those inquiries are legit. To date, I probably have seen 2-5 patients from that website, but I've been on it for more than 4 years. I get da...
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I read this article last night before going to bed and thought, "I would like to use this app some day." The Philippines is quite a techy country I would say as almost everyone has a smart phone, but primarily to use facebook. Since most can maneuver through this social media site I would think it would be easy to book an appointment online as well. It is not common around here to use such apps but I have seen some hospitals' websites give you the option to book an appointment with...
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