4. How does it differ from Zocdoc, Healthgrades, and WebMD?
Zocdoc is a scheduling service with a national directory attached. Healthgrades is a scoring service with a national directory attached. WebMD is a medical library with a directory national attached.
These are fine sites with a purpose. They are not:
Local: We attract those looking within their own area, Central New Jersey. We look to show how our clients connect with their community.
Filled with Professional Content: These sites limit most information about your practice to statistics. We assign professional writers to celebrate your uniqueness and expertise.
TruRatings: These sites offer randomly produced reviews, and star systems. We offer full 100% patient satisfaction surveys, and allow you to share the best attestations online.
5. Will I get real leads and how will that work?
We drive patients to landing pages and generate communication to your office. Every visitor can interact with you in the way best suited for your practice.
6. Will there be a search engine for doctor categories only?
Patients will be able to search by various categories of care. Yes, they will be able to search by specialty, but patients who may not know the difference between an internist and a family practice will have other ways to find you. For example, searching by condition or symptom. 7. Will there be a search by illness type? Yes. We will have a library of conditions for patients who may not necessarily know what type of doctor or provider would treat their respective issue.