Healthcare as a Service2018-09-26T07:58:04-05:00

Addressing the Realities of Medicine Today

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, the average physician cares for more than 2,000 patients. This unrelenting pace combined with increasing bureaucracy has dramatically impacted both patient care and physician quality of life. iDirectDoc offers physicians a turnkey direct primary care solution that prioritizes the patient-physician relationship, eliminates payer bureaucracy and eliminates unnecessary administration.

iDirectDoc Healthcare as a Service

iDirectDoc Enables Physicians to:

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Focus on preventive medicine and long-term health and wellness: Provide mobile-based dynamic interactions that fulfill critical needs in the moment and facilitate direct communication with YOUR patient.

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Extend healthcare beyond boundaries: Inspire better outcomes by making treatment accessible to patients on their terms, in an interactive environment that helps physicians to understand behaviors and promote adherence.

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Engage in advanced analytics and case management functions: Generate data-driven, evidence-based insights by combining unstructured data with traditional structured data to gain insights and predict outcomes across patients.

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Drive loyalty and retention: Help individuals take control of their healthcare, with access to essential information at one touch and the ability to execute tasks from a single mobile channel.

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Tackle administrative and logistical tasks, including: Order management and documentation, medication administration, appointments and scheduling, Comprehensive Health Records (CHR), and physician’s desk references.

The American Academy of Family Physicians lists the following among benefits to physicians practicing direct primary care:

  • Decreased practice overhead
  • Fewer medical errors / less exposure to risk
  • Improved practice collections rates
  • More time with patients
  • Reduced patient volume


Skipping the waiting room; not having to leave home or work

Maintaining a personal relationship with their individual doctor

Ease of use and convenience for prescription refills and primary care needs


The opportunity to spend more time interacting with patients and providing ongoing follow-up services is at the heart of the patient-centered care provided in DPC practice settings.