Web Site Makes It Possible To Store Your Health History, And Comparison Shop For Doctors And Other Medical Products At Doclopedia

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Doclopedia, an Arizona company, is launching an online marketplace for health care goods and services. The site helps people create their own personal medical record, find the right doctor, shop for goods and services, and communicate with doctors’ offices online, at no cost to the consumer.

Doclopedia is available to the public right now at http://www.doclopedia.com. The free site helps consumers put together their medical history the way a doctor wants to see it. In the online marketplace Doclopedia users can search for doctors based on price, location, training and practice information. The competitive pricing available to users is especially helpful for the over ½ million uninsured people in Maricopa County[1], and anyone else interested in paying cash for health care services. “We have to change the way we retail healthcare in this country” said Dan Lieberman, CEO and founder of Doclopedia. “The internet is the best way to connect people with the information they need to become good consumers of health care goods and services.”

Doclopedia is part of the consumer revolution in healthcare delivery. Through Doclopedia, users are encouraged to find health insurance with higher deductibles but lower premiums. “The combination of a health savings account, and a high-deductible insurance plan, gives people best of both worlds: insurance if you need it, and savings if you don't” said Dr. Lieberman.

Doclopedia empowers its users to take charge of their healthcare, and paves the way for the future of healthcare delivery in Maricopa County.

[1] DeNavas-Walt, C., B. Proctor, and R.J. Mills. Income, Poverty, and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2003. U.S. Census Bureau., August 2004


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