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The App aims to feline corona virus exposure in the field of medical waiting rooms

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If the medical waiting rooms in some of the countries are landing in the middle of the corona virus a pandemic, increasing the risk of more and more people are being exposed to the deadly pathogens that two to to doctors have have started using a new app called DocClocker, in the hopes of curtailing this issue.

“In the clinic waiting room management solution is in the research and development for the past three years. Long waits in doctors ‘ waiting rooms were a constant problem and propose a solution with the help of state-of-the-art software,” Dr. Kevin Makati, md, and the co-CEO and co-founder of the DocClocker, told Fox News. Long wait times translate into the over-crowded waiting rooms, and the more you are exposed to a communicable disease. The smartphone app offers a solution.”

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The app, which was created and funded entirely by the doctors, in essence, requires doctors to register and use the app, or simply log in online, as well as the report of the delays and of patients, with the use of a separate, smartphone -, or web-enabled device, you may have to wait in real-time.

Patients may also have last-minute appointments, both on-or off-hours and the available providers,” Manila explained. “In hospitals, a separate app will provide updates from the operating room to the waiting room. If governments and communities around the world are doing everything in their power to prevent the spread of corona virus, and it is the duty of health care providers to do the same thing for the safety and well-being of their patients.”

The ultimate goal of the app is, as the founders argued, was to ensure transparency in the waiting room, and to “enhance communication between patients and their health care providers.”

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“The DocClocker the app is easy for health care providers to provide patients with a waiting room and wait times to create a positive patient, allowing patients to go to other activities in the event that the office is running behind,” the founders said in a statement.

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The CDC, however, is urging anyone who suspects that she may have feline corona virus, or by the exhibition of flu-like symptoms, or after crossing paths with a person known to be infected with the disease – direct dial telephone with their healthcare provider in advance so that proper precautions may be taken prior to their arrival for testing.

DocClocker be available to the public on iOS and Android devices, free of charge to patients, and a low-cost subscription to the medical profession. DocClocker have made the decision to order a free trial for service providers to help curb the potential for exposure to the COVID-19, which is the official name of the novel virus.

“It’s very important that people do not just sit in sick waiting rooms at the corona virus outbreak is if there are delays in the office,” said Dr. Eric Carter, co-CEO and co-founder of the DocClocker. “We have been working on the technology to improve the efficiency of the alleviate the long wait times. At times like these, the patients, deserve nothing less.”

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