24/7 Kid Doc Announces Telemedicine Pilot Program

24/7 Kid Doc, Inc. — a 24/7 Telemedicine company — announced today it is launching a pilot program with 2 of the nation’s oldest and highly rated day care centers, located in Jacksonville, FL.

MHW is told that the program confirms the Company’s continuing evolution by introducing a second economic model generating revenues directly from families without the need to deal with insurance companies or Medicaid.

24/7 Kid Doc will provide the first 2 of 8 child care centers around the clock access to Pediatricians and/or Pediatric Nurse Practitioners via their proprietary “Connect-a-Doc” Telemedicine system for $9.95 per month per student. When not in school, the parents will be able to initiate a HIPAA compliant video conference with a medical provider through their home computer, tv or their cell phone via the Company’s new mobile app, which will be launched in the coming weeks. This app will also be marketed to new parents to be used during that challenging first year of a baby’s life.

The Company is also continuing to add to the number of parents enrolled in their Montgomery County School District and continues marketing its school-based program to other school districts in the Southeast.

According to Tim Shannon, 24/7 Kid Doc, Inc. CEO, “I’m particularly excited with this new strategy as it will allow us to begin generating revenues almost immediately by completely eliminating the time-consuming aspects of marketing to public schools and waiting on 3rd party payments by targeting private schools, daycares and individual parents.”

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