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DialNurse Participates in AZTEC Business Essential Program

Feb 23, 2014

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DialNurse Participates in AZTEC Business Essential Program

DialNurse Participates in AZTEC Business Essential Program

AZTECH | On February 23, 2014: DialNurse has been selected for the Arizona Technology Council’s (AZTECH) 2014 Business Essential Program.  DialNurse Telehealth services will now be available to all AZTECH’s member companies at upto 20% discount.  Read more here.

 

GPPCTV: DialNurse Telehealth

Feb 23, 2014

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GPPCTV: DialNurse Telehealth

By GPPCTV | On February 13, 2014: DialNurse was featured by Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce as an Arizona Company that is offering tele health services to businesses and consumers lowering cost of healthcare and providing real time access to medical professionals.

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DialNurse Gives Public New Medical Choice – Arizona Republic

By Maria Polletta | On November 19, 2013: As a father of twin girls who arrived 15 weeks prematurely, there’s not much Mesa tech guru Gunjan Goel hasn’t seen when it comes to dealing with pediatricians, doctors and health insurance.

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Startup DialNurse responds to on-demand telehealth & mHealth needs – AZ Tech Beat

Staff Writer | On September 16, 2013: With healthcare reform on the horizon and the increasing demand of online health experts to lower costs, one local startup, DialNurse, is responding to the need, and announced today their expansion with additional telehealth and mHealth offerings for private and public enterprises to incorporate this form of medical consultation into their employee healthcare benefits.

DialNurse, is a Mesa-based, on-demand telehealth and mHealth (mobile health) service provider that utilizes licensed and registered nurses to provide 24x7x365 medical consultation (English and Spanish) for a flat fee-their service is often less than an average insurance co-pay and currently service 43 states. DialNurse focuses on people who have high deductible healthcare plans, have no medical insurance, are living in remote areas of the U.S or simply want to remain anonymous for a medical consultation.

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Telenursing Service DialNurse Opens Network of On-demand Medical Consultation to Business Community

Company expands beyond consumer offering; joins Phoenix Chamber of Commerce as premier member

PHOENIX, Ariz., September 16, 2013 – On the heels of the successful launch of its unique on-demand telehealth and mhealth (mobile health) services for everyday consumers, DialNurse today announced the expansion of its offering to include private and public enterprises seeking ways to incorporate this form of medical consultation as a central element of healthcare benefits to employees. Companies making use of telehealth and mhealth services benefit from a reduction of costs and a return on investment of 250 – 350% as a direct result of reduced emergency admissions and reduced physician office costs according to data from the Society of Actuaries.

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DialNurse is pleased to announce that it has partnered with TechTHiNQ www.techthinq.com for its strategic communications program. Specializing in industries such as healthcare, TechTHiNQ is assisting DialNurse with its rapid growth plans by communicating the benefits of telenursing to consumers and businesses seeking to control health care costs with the most efficient use of technology.

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DialNurse Wellness series

We are proud to announce “Wellness Series” where we will give 101 remedies for minor and common ailments.  So spread the word around.

More and more people are resorting to home remedies and alternative health. This is more holistic approach to treating common ailments.  We are trying to compile 101 remedies for common conditions to help you in your wellness. These are not risky therapies, in most cases these are just common knowledge and a different approach. We are not trying to replace traditional treatment rather we are just trying to supplement that with age old knowledge. These simple approach can enhance your way of living.

Stay tuned for more remedies on DialNurse Wellness Series.

 

DialNurse Launch

Jun 5, 2013

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May 16, 2013. Source: PRLog Press Release Distribution

Plexlane+ today announced the launch of a unique on-demand medical consultation service called DialNurse for everyday consumers.  DialNurse utilizes licensed and registered nurses to provide medical consultation for a flat fee per call.  The nurses have already handled over 5,000,000 calls, have an average experience of 12 years and are based in the U.S.  Read More

Fewer Arizona employers offering health benefits

Apr 16, 2013

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Apr 12, 2013. Source: Phoenix Business Journal

Fewer Arizona employers offering health benefits these days, with the state ranking toward the bottom of the nation in the number of employers that provide health benefits, according to a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study.
Arizona was among 47 states that had a significant decline in employer-sponsored coverage from 2000 to 2011, the report said. In 2011, there were 159 million Americans with employer-sponsored insurance, down 11.5 million from 2000. Read More

Roles that smartphones may play in healthcare

Apr 16, 2013

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Jan 25, 2013. Source: NBC News

iDoctor: Could a smartphone be the future of medicine? One of the world’s top physicians, Dr. Eric Topol, has a prescription that could improve your family’s health and make medical care cheaper. The cardiologist claims that the key is the smartphone. Roles that smartphones may play in healthcare Read More