Tampa Florida (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
MD247 issued a statement to telemedicine program members on Wednesday discussing the topic of Better Business Bureau (BBB) ratings, and its relationship to the MD247 Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating.
MD247 explained to telemedicine program members that it is not interested in pursuing an accredited rating at this time, preferring instead to devote funds required for accreditation to improve internal customer care policies. MD247 explained to members that Better Business Bureau accreditation requires yearly dues that average around $500.00 for most businesses.
MD247 made its decision to avoid the accreditation process at this time, as it is possible for even a few complaints to drop an A rating quickly. MD247 prefers an open and transparent model for customer care issues over the policy required for any and all businesses choosing Better Business Bureau accreditation.
MD247 explains that if program members have any questions regarding the MD247 Better Business Bureau rating, they should please feel free to contact MD247 staff at cs(at)md247(dot)com.
Largo Florida based MD247.COM (MD247; MD/247; MD 247; M.D.247; MD-247) provides an affordable telemedicine supplement to existing healthcare services. MD247.COM telemedicine program members have unlimited telephone access to a nationwide medical support team, all with just a single phone call to the MD247.COM telemedicine Chat With a Doctor/Talk to a Nurse Hotline. MD247.COM has a virtual platoon of registered nurses; board certified physicians and a support staff available to members for all non-emergency situations. More information about MD247.COM is available online at http://www.md247.com.