MD247 issued an open invitation to FOX News, CBS News, ABC News and NBC News to learn more about the field of telemedicine and verify telemedicine credibility.
MD247 launched an “open door” policy regarding its social media operations, allowing local and national media an all access pass to information regarding thetelemedicine provider. The MD247 invitation to local and national media was issued in response to an evolving customer care program, which initially was modified to provide consumers a behind the scenes view of customer care. The addition of an open door policy for the media is meant to provide television reporters, bloggers and journalists the opportunity to have an all access behind the scenes pass that does not require that facts be checked using unreliable resources like Wikipedia or Ripoff Report.
Members of the media opting to contact MD247 to learn more about the MD247 telemedicine program will have the opportunity to learn more about the history telemedicine, where the field of telemedicine is going in the future and how the field will change the medical frontier for patients. In addition to learning about telemedicine, journalists will be walked through subjects like the “talk to a nurse” hotline for symptom checking and the discounted pharmaceutical program card. MD247 management will also address complaints filed on websites like Ripoff Report, and the way in which the changes to MD247 customer care are meant to catch problems before they escalate to the point of nameless complaints.
MD247 encourages members of the media with questions to please make initial contact via email at mgermann (at) md247 (dot) com.
MD247 advised that media parties interested in learning more about the field of telemedicine are encouraged to first visit the newly relaunched MD247 telemedicine website at http://www.md247.com. The newly relaunched site covers the history of telemedicine, current applications of telemedicine and potential future advances using telemedicine.
Largo Florida based MD247.COM (MD247; MD/247; MD 247; M.D.247; MD-247) provides an affordabletelemedicine supplement to existing healthcare services. MD247.COM telemedicine program members have unlimited telephone access to a nationwide medical support team, all with just a single phone call to the MD247.COM telemedicine Talk to a Doctor/Talk to a Nurse Hotline. MD247.COM has a virtual platoon of registered nurses; board certified physicians and a support staff available to members for all non-emergency situations. More information about MD247.COM is available online at http://www.md247.com.
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