At DocSpot, our mission is to connect people with the right health care by helping them navigate publicly available information. We believe the first step of that mission is to help connect people with an appropriate medical provider, and we look forward to helping people navigate other aspects of their care as the opportunities arise. We are just at the start of that mission, so we hope you will come back often to see how things are developing.
An underlying philosophy of our work is that right care means different things to different people. We also recognize that doctors are multidimensional people. So, instead of trying to determine which doctors are "better" than others, we offer a variety of filter options that individuals can apply to more quickly discover providers that fit their needs.Got questions?
Check out our re-vamped Q and A page, now including our hit parade of frequently asked questions from providers who are interested in adding or editing information on their DocSpot profiles. If you have any questions about what it means to claim your profile, how to claim your profile, or what this enables you to do, please check out the Q and A page, and shoot us a message via our contact form if your question or concern is not addressed.
For a while, we've had a feature to save search results to a short list. The purpose of that list was so that users can note which profiles were of interest and go back and visit them. However, that list was not permanent and would disappear after a while.
We've replaced that list functionality with an addressbook. Users who are signed in can now associate profiles with their accounts. Those associations are available when users log back in. To help organize the list, users can separate the profile listings into different groups (e.g. "John's doctors" or "Specialists").
This is still an early version. If you have any feedback, let us know.
It's been a quiet week at the office, but we're looking forward to a new year. Season's greetings to all!