Ringadoc, whose innovative platform simplifies the doctor-patient communication has secured a marketing partnership with electronic medical record (EMR), Practice Fusion. The partnership enables Ringadoc to reach more than 100,000 monthly active users of Practice Fusion’s platform.
Ringadoc will leverage Practice Fusion’s advanced advertising capabilities to reach forward-thinking doctors who are already using technology to increase practice efficiency and revenue. With users that are tech savvy, both Ringadoc and Practice Fusion provide solutions for medical professions looking to streamline their practice and provide the best care available for their patients, anytime and across any device.
“Rinagadoc and Practice Fusion are similar in that we are both cloud-based offerings that empower physicians, so this was a natural partnership. Offering Ringadoc to Practice Fusion’s network makes sense because we want to reach doctors who understand that technology can enable them to better serve patients,” says Ringadoc CEO and Co-Founder Jordan Michaels.
Ringadoc is also announcing the launch of their API to answer customer’s demands for access to all their after-hours messages through the various tools and platforms that they are interacting with daily. The API allows approved partners to give their doctors and patients direct access to the two-way communication Ringadoc is capturing after-hours.
“In the past there’s been a significant void between doctor-patient communication occurring in the office during business hours compared to after-hours. Ringadoc has taken substantial steps to eliminating this void by capturing, logging, and documenting the two-way conversations outside the office. We have gotten numerous requests from our doctors to surface this valuable data, which is the next natural step. Giving partners access to data that Ringadoc captures will help bridge that communication gap and will help provide a more comprehensive and accurate picture of where the patient is in the continuum of care,” says Product Manager and Co-Founder Micah Grossman.
Companies interested in the Ringadoc API should visit http://ringadoc.com/api
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