14th of March 2018

Parents spend an extra €50 on CHILDCARE when visiting their GP

“Visiting a GP in Ireland is a time-consuming business, and many of us put off going because it can be incredibly difficult to find a suitable appointment around school runs and work.”

14th of March 2018

‘Inconvenient and expensive’: The associated cost of visiting the GP is huge for parents

“Visiting a GP in Ireland is a time-consuming business, and many of us put off going because it can be incredibly difficult to find a suitable appointment around school runs and work.”

13th of March 2018

Survey reveals how many times a year people visit their GP on average

“People in Ireland visit their GP on average three times a year, spending around €171.”

13th of March 2018

The average Irish person spends a fair bit of money visiting the GP every year

“We in Ireland have a unique relationship with our GPs. Many of us have gone to the same one since we were knee-high and trust them with our lives – literally. Other folk regard the family doctor with suspicion or even derision; “sure all they do is hand out antibiotics to hypochondriacs,” you might think.”

13th of March 2018

Survey reveals how many times a year people visit their GP on average

“When taking time off work, patients take on average taken six hours out of their day to go to the doctor, while four in 10 people agree the average waiting time is too long.”

13th of March 2018

IRISH PEOPLE SPEND OVER €353.7 MILLION EACH YEAR DIRECTLY WITH THEIR GP’S

“Visiting a traditional GP in Ireland is an expensive and time consuming business. A new Amarach survey commissioned by Irish online GP service VideoDoc shows that over two thirds of Irish adults visit a GP each year. The average spend per person per year on GP visits is €171 with one in five spending in excess of €250.”

13th of March 2018

Revealed: How much we spend visiting the doctor each year

“Patients in Ireland visit their general practitioner on average three times a year and spend €171 each in the process.”

28th of February 2018

VIDEODOC ONLINE GP SERVICE SCHEDULES ADDITIONAL GP’S FOR BIG FREEZE

“VideoDoc is boosting the number of GP’s available online in order to meet anticipated demand during Ireland’s impending arctic blast.”

22nd of February 2018

Students’ Club Med

“Good news for broke students. VideoDoc the Irish leading digital health care provider has…”

27th February 2018

Free GP care

“VideoDoc, an Irish digital healthcare provider, has just announced that their online GP service will be provided free of change to members of the Union Of Students in Ireland…”

6th February 2018

Online consultations for USI members until July

“Online healthcare provider VideoDoc has made its GP service available free to 374,000 members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) until the end of the 2017/18 academic year in June.”

6th February 2018

Online consultations for USI members until July

“Online healthcare provider VideoDoc has made its GP service available free to 374,000 members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) until the end of the 2017/18 academic year in June.”

6th February 2018

VIDEODOC TO PROVIDE USI STUDENTS WITH FREE GP CARE

“THIRD LEVEL STUDENTS throughout Ireland will have access to free online GP consultations for the rest of the academic year. All 374,000 student members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) will be able to access VideoDoc – an online GP service – from now until June.”

5th February 2018

VIDEODOC TO PROVIDE USI STUDENTS WITH FREE GP CARE

“VideoDoc, the Irish leading digital healthcare provider, is announcing their 7 day a week online GP service will be provided free of charge to all 374,000 student members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI). The service will be available free from today until the end of the academic year (June 2018).”

5th February 2018

USI Students Now Able To Avail Of Free GP Care

“An Irish company is now offering college students free GP care.

On-line healthcare provider, VideoDoc, will be free of charge to all 374 thousand USI student members.

It means you can see a GP from the comfort of your own home with no charge.”

5th February 2018

VideoDoc to provide USI students with free GP care

“VideoDoc, the digital healthcare provider, is announcing their 7 day a week online GP service will be provided free of charge to all 374,000 student members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

The service will be available free from today until the end of the academic year (June 2018).”

5th February 2018

VideoDoc to provide USI students with free GP care

“VideoDoc, the digital healthcare provider, is announcing their 7 day a week online GP service will be provided free of charge to all 374,000 student members of the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).”

6th February 2018

Would you use an online GP service?

“STUDENTS ACROSS IRELAND will be able to see an online doctor for free until the end of the academic year.”

5th February 2018

Irish college students to get free online GP access from VideoDoc

“Irish digital healthcare provider VideoDoc is to give 374,000 students here access to free online GP consultations.

The agreement is part of a deal with the Union of Students in Ireland, and will run to the end of the academic year.”

12th January 2018

Telehealth coming to a screen near you

“With doctor’ waiting rooms overflow with seasonal flu victims, the dilemma for many patients centres on trying to get to see the GP without risking contracting something worse. One solution is to see the doctor whiteout actually leaving the house.”

11th January 2018

Revealed: how female tech bosses win just 3pc of VC cash

“Its chief executive and founder, Mary O’Brien, says that it is already planning a new ‘Series A’ funding round.”

6th December 2017

These are the ways that technology has transformed medicine as a career

“Technological progress is set to revolutionise the medical industry. We spoke to Dr Brian McManus, medical director of VideoDoc, about the changes he has observed in his lengthy medical career.”

16th November 2017

Irish employers under pressure to provide e-health services

“The availability of e-health services, such as online GP consultations, would influence the decision of almost 65% of Irish employees when choosing a company to work for, according to a survey from telehealth service provider VideoDoc.”

15th November 2017

Irish Digital Healthcare Firm VideoDoc Scores Away Win with Cardiff City Football Club

“Online doctor consultation service VideoDoc today announced its partnership with Cardiff City FC, becoming Digital Partner for the 2017/2018 season.

The service will now sit alongside the Club’s social media channels and official Club App. To celebrate the partnership, the service is available for a limited-period free trial to supporters in the UK market by registering via the VideoDoc App.” [Read More…]

2nd November 2017

Technology Ireland Software Awards shortlist revealed

“The shortlisted companies will present to eight independent panels of judges, composed of CEOs and founders of successful Irish software and digital technology companies.”

1st November 2017

Top tech companies shortlisted for Technology Ireland Software Industry Awards

“36 lucky companies have made Technology Ireland’s software awards shortlist.”

1st November 2017

Top companies shortlisted for Technology Ireland Awards

“The 25th instalment of the event sees the 70 entries whittled down to nearly half (36) for the final shortlist.”

22nd October 2017

Online GP boosts health of firms

“Health related technology is experiencing something of a revolution.”

12th September 2017

Ireland’s medtech ones to watch

“Online doctors, pioneering technologies and life-changing treatments are among the activities of Ireland’s fastest-growing medical technology companies.”

9th September 2017

VIDEODOC ANNOUNCES 30 JOBS FOR IRELAND

“VideoDoc has today announced a series of exciting growth developments for the online GP consultation company, following a major investment injection of €2.5 million.”

9th September 2017

Telemedicine company VideoDoc announces 30 new jobs

“VideoDoc has announced that former Tánaiste and Minister for Health Mary Harney has been appointed its chair as well as the addition of 30 new jobs.”

9th September 2017

VideoDoc to create 30 Dublin jobs, names Mary Harney as new chairperson

“Telehealth provider VideoDoc has announced plans to create 30 jobs at its offices in Sandyford in Dublin over the next 12 months after it secured €2.5m in funding.”

 

9th September 2017

Telehealth company VideoDoc to deliver 30 new jobs to Dublin

“30 new jobs are coming on stream for a telehealth company in Dublin.

VideoDoc is an online doctor consultation service which is creating the positions at its Sandyford base.

The recruitment of GP’s in Ireland and the UK is part of a €2.5 million investment in the company. The jobs will be created over the next 12 months.”

 

9th September 2017

VideoDoc announces 30 jobs, appoints two senior hires

“Telehealth provider VideoDoc has announced plans to create 30 jobs over the next 12 months.

Former Tanaiste and Minister for Health Mary Harney is also joining as company chairperson, and Dr Conor O’Hanlon, a founding member of the Irish College of General Practitioners, has been named medical director.”

9th September 2017

Telehealth company VideoDoc to deliver 30 new jobs to Dublin

“30 new jobs are coming on stream for a telehealth company in Dublin.
VideoDoc is an online doctor consultation service which is creating the positions at its Sandyford base.”

 

24th September 2017

Digital doctors can improve company productivity

“In a recent survey of Irish employees conducted by VideoDoc, the leading online GP consultation service, over 70 percent of respondents stated they think their employers should make some contribution towards the healthcare of their employees.”

21st September 2017

VideoDoc reduces dementia diagnosis time to minutes 

“Remote GP service VideoDoc is to begin offering consultations for the diagnosis of dementia.

Using technology developed by Nightingale Analytics patients can receive a diagnosis in 30 minutes as opposed to the current model with can take several months. It can also predict the progress of the dementia severity.”

21st September 2017

FIRST ONLINE DEMENTIA SCREENING SERVICE TO BE ROLLED OUT ACROSS IRELAND IN SPRING 2018 

“New revolutionary technology which screens and delivers an early diagnosis of dementia is to be rolled out across Ireland in Spring 2018. The technology, which was created by Nightingale Analytics Ltd, will be delivered to patients across Ireland through the online GP service, VideoDoc.”

21st September 2017

New online test will help detect early signs of dementia

“New technology which screens and helps deliver early diagnosis of dementia is to be made available in Ireland early next year.”

16th May 2017

Video Doc piloted in Ballymore Eustace post office

“The doctor will see you now”

13th May 2017

The doctor will Skype you now

“The doctor will see you now” is taking on a 21st-century meaning with a move to online and video consultations – a phenomenon well established in the US, and now making its presence felt in Ireland too.

4th May 2017

An Post urged to support new services in bid to save post offices

VideoDoc has this week unveiled a partnership with Fogarty’s Quickpick and post office in Ballymore Eustace, offering online GP and medical consultations from a booth in the post office.

4th May 2017

Pilot ‘Hub’ Launched by VideoDoc

VideoDoc has successfully launched a ground-breaking partnership with Fogarty’s Quickpick and Post Office in Ballymore Eustace, Co Kildare, offering online GP and medical consultations from the convenience of the Postmaster’s premises.

3rd May 2017

Post office online GP service launched

The first offering of its kind for postmasters, the trial, launched on May 1 at Fogarty’s Quickpick and Post Office in Ballymore Eustace, will be monitored for suitability for national roll-out to other members of the Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) and is expected to form one of the pilots for additional social services provided by postmasters recently approved by the Government.

2nd May 2017

Post office offers online GP consultations

The service is aimed at people with straightforward consultations and minor ailments. Doctors will have the ability to triage, treat, diagnose, prescribe and follow up with patients.

2nd May 2017

VideoDoc hub brings medical consultations to the post office

Read more: http://www.techcentral.ie/vUSwW#ixzz4hoqEsrS5

The Hub will also include additional business, personal and social services such as photocopying, printing, laminating, Internet access, phone charging and a coffee area. The project provides an example of additional in demand services which can be provided in communities by Postmasters through greater use of technology.

1st May 2017

Visit your GP… in the Post Office? Kildare branch trialling new doctor service

The Hub will also include additional business, personal and social services such as photocopying, printing, laminating, Internet access, phone charging and a coffee area. The project provides an example of additional in demand services which can be provided in communities by Postmasters through greater use of technology.

1st May 2017

VideoDoc service launched at Co Kildare post office

The Hub will also include additional business, personal and social services such as photocopying, printing, laminating, Internet access, phone charging and a coffee area. The project provides an example of additional in demand services which can be provided in communities by Postmasters through greater use of technology.

1st May 2017

VideoDoc Launched In Kildare

The Hub will also include additional business, personal and social services such as photocopying, printing, laminating, Internet access, phone charging and a coffee area. The project provides an example of additional in demand services which can be provided in communities by Postmasters through greater use of technology.

13th March 2017

Doctors on Demand

9th March 2017

Doctors on demand