WITHmyDOC, Florida-based Healthcare Technology Startup, Enters Telemedicine Market

WITHmyDOC, Florida-based Healthcare Technology Startup, Enters Telemedicine Market

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL (June 29, 2020) – What began nearly two years ago as an idea for a new digital health platform has quickly accelerated into web-based intelligence that will transform healthcare, and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida-based healthcare technology startup WITHmyDOC is at the epicenter of the innovation.

“With the healthcare industry changing so rapidly, we felt like the future would see a need for more real-time patient data for physicians to monitor care,” WITHmyDOC President Richard Rodriguez explains. “We began working on the technology and last October formed WITHmyDOC. Little did we know there would be a COVID-19 pandemic drawing more attention to telehealth and telemedicine options. We’re excited about announcing our product offering this summer and entering the telemedicine market,” he adds.

Rodriguez has a proven track record in information technology, also serving as CEO of cloud computing company Centuric for over two decades. It was Centuric’s team that first began working on the new platform.

For WITHmyDOC, Rodriguez put together a leadership team of technology experts and senior healthcare professionals led by Frank Peluso, Chief Technology Officer and Jorge Rodriguez, Vice President Sales and Marketing.

“Telemedicine and remote patient monitoring are part of the future of healthcare. WITHmyDOC will be part of that solution,” Rodriguez concludes. 

About WITHmyDOC

Based in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, WITHmyDOC is a digital health company trailblazing a new world of advanced health care and remote patient monitoring. For more information, call 786-796-2907.

Media Contact:
Juliann Kaiser, 770.643-0615
jkaiser@kaisermarketinggroup.com

COVID-19 Notice - Remote Patient Monitoring and Infection Control

Our sincerest gratitude to all frontline healthcare professionals for their valor and dedication during this pandemic.

Remotely monitoring patient vitals can significantly reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus by minimizing HCP’s exposure to infected patients. Monitoring can be done while the patient is in an isolation unit, a temporary hospital facility or at home. Bluetooth capability allows for continuous monitoring through the WITHmyDOC platform.

Currently available:

  • 24-hour continuous monitoring Temperature Device
  • ECG, Pulse, Respiratory Rate CVD Sticker
  • Pulse Oximeter
  • Blood Pressure Monitor Device

For more information, please contact Jorge Rodriguez:
786-621-2910 x3107