The integration will improve real-time booking for patients through Zocdoc while allowing offices to enjoy synced schedules and appointment information.
The feature aims to bridge the gap between healthcare industry and human speak, allowing anyone to use his/her own language to find the right provider.
Clients of both companies will benefit from a streamlined experience; these include the likes of Hartford HealthCare, Inova, Yale New Haven Health, and others.
The new logo called Zee comes in yellow, representing a line drawing of a dynamic letter Z and two eyes that evokes an always-changing patient face.
Medical professionals using both platforms will be able to easily sync their calendars and Electronic Health Records (EHRs).
The company will use the funds to invest in developing products that sit on top of ZocDoc's core marketplace and extend beyond its scheduling capability.
Residents of Charleston can book appointments with primary care doctors; dentists; obstetrician-gynecologists; dermatologists; and ear, nose and throat doctors.
A former employee claims that the company fostered a work environment that was generally accepting of sexual harassment against women.
Wasatch patients are able to easily find in-network neighborhood doctors, read verified reviews and instantly book appointments online.
Former ZocDoc's Sales Manager is now Vice President of Sales at DoctorBase, marking the first time the company has created a sales management position.