Kerrville, TX, March 28, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- DocPager not only provides the freedom from having to carry an old fashioned pager, but also the following key features:
1) Real-time tracking of when pages are sent, received and read
2) Greater reliability than a pager or text messaging
3) Encrypted messages for patient privacy
4) A 30 day free subscription for all new subscribers followed by unlimited paging for only $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year (both in the US and Canada)
DocPager closes the communication loop so that you never have to wonder if a page was received. When sending a page with DocPager, you can easily see when it was sent, received and read. Pages can be sent using the DocPager iPhone app or from any computer with an internet connection by going to www.docpager.com.
The DocPager Team envisioned a system where a smart phone could take the place of a pager while revolutionizing the experience of sending a page. Designed for reliability, security, and performance, DocPager provides real-time tracking to see when pages are sent, received, and read, works on both cellular and WiFi networks, and uses encryption for security for all pages. It does all this with one less device to carry and for substantially less than the cost of old-fashioned pager technology.
DocPager was first conceptualized by a physician who was frustrated by the limitations and unreliability of his pager. Seeing the proliferation of smart phone technology across the medical community, he thought there had to be something better and thus DocPager was born.
Dr. Marty Reynolds, along with his co-founder, Andrew Stagg, an experienced software architect and engineer envisioned a system where a smart phone could take the place of a pager while revolutionizing the experience of sending a page. Designed for reliability, security and performance, DocPager works on both cellular and WiFi networks, uses encryption for all pages and provides real-time tracking to see when pages are received and read. With the launch of DocPager, the next generation of paging technology is now available to the medical community.