More consumers than ever before are turning to their mobile devices to access healthcare information, and according to a recent study reported by Mobile Marketer, 70% of all mobile searches result in action within one hour.
In response to this growing trend, more medical providers are partnering with iTriage® to connect with patients looking for answers to the two most common medical questions: What could be wrong? and Where should I go for treatment?
The most recent medical providers to go mobile with iTriage include:
FastER Urgent Care – Morris Plains, NJ – With today’s patients increasingly on the go, FastER Urgent Care recently added the mobile appointment setting capability of iTriage, providing an easy and convenient way for patients to request an appointment directly from their mobile device and receive an immediate response.
First Med Urgent Care – Oklahoma City, OK – Four locations in the Oklahoma City metro area provide a convenient alternative to the ER for the treatment of non-life threatening illnesses and injuries.
Indianapolis Gastroenterology and Hepatology – Indianapolis, IN – As a progressive 14 physician practice with its own on-site endoscopy center, Indy Gastro’s partnership with iTriage gives patients immediate access to information about the physicians backgrounds, capabilities and areas of specialization.
Lancaster Regional Medical Center and Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center – Lancaster, PA – Patients in Lancaster now have an additional health resource at their fingertips – they can quickly access current ER wait times at both hospitals, along with directions and a list of services provided by each facility.
Parkview Regional Hospital – Mexia, TX – Providing quality care to patients in the North Central Texas community, Parkview Regional Hospital boasts a designated Level IV trauma center featuring around the clock physician care.
Teche Regional Medical Center – Morgan City, LA –“With more people turning to their smartphones to search for medical information, it’s critical to provide them with the resources and technology to make informed decisions when a healthcare need arises,” said Butch Frazier, CEO of Teche Regional Medical Center.
Texas MedClinic – With 12 locations in San Antonio and 2 in Austin, all Texas MedClinics have a physician on duty at all times. The walk-in clinics specialize in urgent care, occupational medicine, sports medicine and travel medicine.
As a free one-stop consumer health care app, iTriage empowers patients to make better healthcare decisions at their exact time of medical need. For more information, visit http://about.iTriageHealth.com.