Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Connect the Doc is excited to be attending the 2014 Pain Management Conference, where they will showcase their newest development, a customizable online booking landing page, to their recently upgraded online appointment-booking software.
Since BETA testing this new landing page as a part of their recent software upgrades, it is expected that clinics using the service will be able to see at least 10 more new patients on short notice, every year. “It doesn’t sound like 10 additional new patients is a lot,” says Nadeem Kassam, founder of Connect the Doc. “However, it is very exciting to see such a positive response to one small feature that we have developed. When clinic owners calculate the average acquisition cost and compare it to the lifetime value of a patient, they will understand why it is so important to create branded landing pages with powerful call-to-actions that encourage real appointment bookings”
CTD 2.0 is Connect the Doc’s most recent version of their online marketing and appointment-booking platform. The new features add increased accessibility to prospective patients, helping them find and book short-notice appointments online more conveniently. Their goal was to help connect the right practitioner with the right patient at the right time.
Connect the Doc will be showcasing the new version of their software and launching their newest feature: customizable clinic landing pages at the Pain Management Conference on March 28th and March 29th in Richmond. For more information, please about the service. contact Nadeem Kassam at 1-800-910-1120. For more information about the conference, visit massagetherapy.bc.ca.
About Connect the Doc:
Connect the Doc is a Vancouver-based technology company that helps connect people who need healthcare appointments on short notice with practitioners who have last minute availabilities. CTD helps patients book healthcare appointment online, 24/7 in under a minute with: physiotherapists, dentists, registered massage therapists, chiropractors or skin care specialists in different cities across the Lower Mainland.