Ringadoc reveals provider-facing healthcare service

San Francisco-based Ringadoc recently unveiled its provider-facing telemedicine program, which is designed to give doctors an alternative to call centers for after-hours patient requests, mHIMSS reported this week. Software lets doctors triage their own patient calls from a smartphone or mobile device, according to CEO Jordan Michaels. The network now includes 500,000 patients in 20 states and about 100 providers. The service is aimed to help physicians attend to patients more on their own terms after hours, as opposed to farming out services.

Additionally, Ringadoc announced this week that it has raised $1.2 million in seed funding. Blog Post

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