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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DOCNOW PROVIDES FREE LISTINGS AND APPOINTMENT BOOKINGS FOR HEALTHCARE PRACTITIONERS


The Platform Also Provides Premium Plans with Online Marketing, Telehealth, Cancellation BackFills and Patient Footprint Expansion


DOTHAN, AL - June 1, 2020 - DocNow, a free appointment booking mobile platform with Telehealth features, launched today providing healthcare practitioners with a new way to manage appointments, backfill cancellations and promote their practices without paying any booking fees for in-person appointments.


There are two ways DocNow helps practitioners to grow revenue for primary and specialty care physicians, dentists, physiologists, psychologists, acupuncturists and veterinarians.


Free for 30 Days: Healthcare providers can list their practices and book in-person appoints on DocNow for free for 30 days, creating a new way to be found by patients.


Membership: For just $3000 a year, practitioners gain access to high-value features and tools, including:

• Built-in search engine optimization
• Secure Telehealth that expands footprints
• Proactive social media marketing
• Verified patient reviews
• One-click availability to manage appointments
• Wait-List feature to fill open slots in real-time
• Doctor Dashboard with performance data
• Patient Insights to improve interactions
• Service both in-network and out of network patients


“Unlike other platforms that charge physicians to list their practices and for each in-person booking, DocNow is free to list and does not charge practitioners to schedule appointments,” explained VP of Strategy, Mujib Khan. “We also offer a premium subscription that includes proactive search engine marketing, in-app, HIPPA-compliant Telehealth appointments, seamless EHR/EMR integration and our AI-driven Wait List feature, which instantly backfills cancelled appointments in real-time. This allows healthcare providers to focus on what they do best: delivering quality care and patient outcomes. DocNow is also open to all practitioners - from medical physicians, dentists, psychologists, acupuncturists and veterinarians.”


Many may be unaware that due to the pandemic, medical offices are struggling to keep doors open because of a lack of patients. The American Academy of Family Physicians reported to the LA Times that it is already seeing some practices shutter and that nationwide, widespread closures may be just weeks away. But, patients still need quality care. That’s why DocNow delivers free listings and appointment bookings and practitioners never pay the fees some other platforms demand.


About DocNow

DocNow is a leading-edge AI-driven appointment booking mobile platform with Telehealth features designed to generate revenue for all healthcare practitioners by seamlessly managing appointments, backfilling cancellations, promoting practices and expanding patients footprints. DocNow charges no booking fees to practitioners for in- person appointments and fully integrates with existing EHR/EMR systems. www.DocNowOnline.com 

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