Manhattan, New York (PRWEB) February 18, 2015
More than three trillion dollars is expected to be spent on health care in the United States in 2015, outpacing every other developed nation in the world in terms of percentage of GDP and nominal dollars. As such, countless individuals constantly pursue solutions that will save them money on healthcare costs – whether they have insurance or not. Pan Atlantic announce a new solution in the world of healthcare that is designed to reduce healthcare costs for those who are being bled dry by their current doctors.
One of the biggest deterrents of seeing a doctor for those who are stressed financially are the upfront costs, such as co-pays and appointment fees. The director of Pan Atlantic announce their plans to change the current dynamic of how healthcare dollars are allocated, stating that “in an ideal world, patients would be able to obtain an expert medical opinion for free before acting. With a new online doctor-to-patient model eliminating the upfront costs that put these assessments out of reach for many, prevention of many illnesses and diseases can be achieved more effectively”.
With so many other reasons cited by people as to why they refuse to go to the doctor, providing a service that eliminates the initial cost consideration – an oft-cited reason – could potentially save lives. The advancements in technology that have changed so much in the layman's world have yet to proliferate into the standard medical world to the same degree; Pan Atlantic's potential new clients online video calls doctor-patient tech plans will help change one critical aspect of this interaction and will potentially lead to better medical outcomes.
Pan Atlantic believes that this service can actually be a boon for doctor's offices around the country from a marketing standpoint. A marketing company itself, Pan Atlantic has projected that the simple option of having a series of questions answered for a small monthly fee or a preliminary inspection of a troubling issue can actually bring in new faces who otherwise would never have their ailments seen by a physician. With so much competition now present in the healthcare sector in the wake of the Affordable Care Act, the ability to potentially create new patients out of thin air can be a very valuable proposition for doctors.
In communications, lead generation and marketing, Pan Atlantic intends to maintain a consistent presence in connecting clients and companies in the healthcare sector and beyond. Its low cost online video calling doctor-patient service is one of many in a series of efforts that reinforces this trend.