Medical house calls have long sense been a thing of the past, but now, an emerging app is poised to reinvent the wheel and transform nations struggling healthcare system. Heal, the app for on-demand doctor house calls was founded just two years ago. In this short time, Heal has driven more than $5.9 million in healthcare savings costs, reduced unnecessary prescription antibiotic usage by more than 50 percent and raised a whopping $52 million in funding.
Thus far, Heal has delivered 16,000 patient house call visits. In 2017, the app plans to grow that number expanding to select cities within Florida, Texas, New York, and Pennsylvania, by the end of 2017.
“In February 2015, we saw our first Heal patient – ever,” said Nick Desai, CEO and co-founder at Heal. “With visionary investors and a world-class team, we are excited to more fully realize our mission of striving to make healthcare more effective, intuitive, and affordable for all.” Through the touch of an app or a click on our site, a highly-vetted, qualified medical doctor will arrive at your door, twelve hours a day, 365 days a year. Heal is in-network with all major PPO insurance companies, as well as Medicare. We hope to create a more efficient doctor’s office, in the privacy of your own home or office, because we know that happy doctors deliver the best care and a great patient/doctor relationship improves outcomes! For more information please visit http://www.heal.com/.
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