digitalcare100 Launches Communication Platform to Facilitate Doctor-Patient Relationship Growth

Atlanta, GA, May 16, 2019 –(PR.com)– digitalcare100, Inc. is pleased to introduce a new technology platform to the healthcare field, digitalcare100.com, a strategic solution engineered for doctors to take patient relationships beyond office visits.

digitalcare100 facilitates doctor-patient relationship growth and makes healthcare an ongoing conversation. From sending powerful and informative videos, to timely texts with relevant articles, digitalcare100 allows doctors to quickly create professional content and text it seamlessly to their patients.

Created by a digital entrepreneur, a doctor, and a creative scientist – digitalcare100 is a one-stop hub for creating content that connects.

“Digital care is the future – a more personable, customized future – where patients are friends and healthcare is an ongoing conversation,” says Charles Jones, Founder and CEO of digitalcare100. “And with a staggering 91 percent of patients now expecting digital care from their doctors, it’s clear that personalized communication is the answer to cultivating relationships with your entire patient base.”

digitalcare100 includes a robust content library that contains pre-written content on a variety of topics to help doctors create custom care messages without the need to brainstorm. The platform also offers a digital studio where doctors can create professional videos leveraging teleprompter technology and graphical editing tools, making it quick and easy to customize care messages and then distribute them to patient’s mobile phones.

“This is the most advanced digital care platform the industry has ever seen,” says Jones, “allowing doctors to increase customer retention and attract new patients through highly sophisticated messaging campaigns.”

Contact Information:
digitalcare100, Inc.
Charles Jones
770-828-5445
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digitalcare100.com

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