DocGreet Inc is helping doctors communicate with each other to find new solutions to patient care and healthcare issues through its website DocGreet.com. DocGreet is a social media site exclusively for Doctors with invaluable marketing tools to keep
their patients informed and connected. Enrollment is free but Doctors must be verified via their medical license before they are able to sign up. “With all the concerns and lack of communication in the healthcare industry we wanted to create a place
for the doctors to be able to collaborate and voice their opinion while still serving the patients on the other end” said Shane Porter CEO DocGreet Inc. Doctors can use DocGreet to consult with their colleagues by simply downloading images posting questions publications or research. The social media aspect of DocGreet is completely confidential and unseen by anyone who is not a verified licensed healthcare provider so there are no worries of being seen by the general public or having your social interactions made public when discussing medical issues or your golf handicap. Doctors can generate finances in their downtime by giving their opinion to patients about non-emergency cases. They can also get paid for answering their current patient’s questions while increasing the quality of care through communication and patient education. The premium account features an robust “patient view” profile with additional marketing tools to keep their patients informed. The web profile allows doctors to post blogs website changes news research and articles that are instantly visible and searchable to any patients. Also included is an e-mail marketing system that allows doctors to stay in contact with their patients keeping them informed of everything from national and local health care reforms to changes in the office. Patients can keep in touch with their doctors by signing up for their e-mail notifications that alert them of office insurance and medication releases or warnings. Patient can also see their doctor’s research articles or blogs right from their doctor’s web page. For a fee usually less than a co-pay patients can avoid the long waits to see their doctors by the “Ask a Question” feature where they can ask their doctors a non-emergency medical question and be able to get a response from their physician or specialist. Patient questions are posted and answered in a secure dialog format that only the patient and doctor can see. Patients can also upload digital images and records or simply give the doctor the link to their electronic medical record profile.