A place for startups and entrepreneurs to meet in Pune
A lot of us are migrants from other cities or countries, a lot of us move within Pune, a lot of us just need a second opinion. Bottomline, all of us need medical services and many a times we do not know which doctor to visit.
Announcing public beta of www.savetime.com - you can find the right doctor near you within your budget based on doctor's experience in his/her specialization. The service is fully available over the phone as well. Call 087676 99 222 during 9 am - 6 pm to seek the information you need.
We don't just stop at providing information. We will make an appointment on your behalf with the doctor of your choice for FREE. You can choose from a rapidly growing list of 1200+ doctors in Pune.
We would love your feedback. Please feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
At your service,
Very good concept... Best of luck. How it work video is amazingly self explaintery...
I had this idea but as i am new in web development field so i didn't even try to implement.
If you wish to get real acceleration you can include medicine genuinity verification. You will enjoy twice mouth publicity and subscription, i believe!
I have some algorithms/flowcharts made for that, if interested call me on 91753 21983 or email@example.com
Best of Luck to you!
Lovely concept in case you need any assistance with business development and expansion to other cities feel free to approach me .
Thanks Vivek, Veetrag and Bawna.
It's a nice concept. I like the web design. :)
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I just wrote a blog post on Website Conversion on my business blog. It might help you. Have a look :-
Ok, so here is the real feedback -
(search your registered users database with a phone - 9881074644 - you will get all the details related to my case, intently i m not putting doctors name here)
The Good --
1. i registered successfully and within no time i was able to get a sms confirming my appointment. super cool and impressive.
The Bad --
1. I went to the Doctor clinic, they said - you have to wait for your turn and you have to wait for next 25 to 30 mins :) .. i said i have an appointment, see this sms.. they said - well then also :) and i said "ok thanks i dont want your services i will look for some other doc".. and i left :)
1. Try to make a contract with the Docs/providers, so that they respect the commitments for getting savetime.com services.
You guys are working hard, you are paying for the instant SMS/notifications and to make a good platform but unless the providers (doctors etc) wont use it, wont serve it well - it wont go long.
Anyways, savetime.com will pick up..i m sure..but will take time... this is a real case study for u.. i will try again with some other doc :)
Thanks a lot Shailendra. Really appreciate you going through the full circle and writing about it. It is a tough path we have chosen to put patients' interests ahead and there are many obstacles to get past before thigns become easier. We are diligently working on making things simpler for patients and saving their time. Your feedback is of tremendous help and we will try to figure out how we can solve this.
We will get there....
you kno wot Mitesh, one more thing i want to add here - i think doctors also want to go ahead with this service but they need to educate their front office reception ppl also. Most of the time these ppl are not aware about such services and things get messed up... just again a thought from my side.
Makes sense...we will start talking to doctors to see if they can let us talk to their receptionists about this..
Thank you again!
hey Mitesh, jusst an idea .. it will be good if you get 4x5''(or smething like that) stickers printed with some text and a big "SAVETIME" logo on it.. and stick it on every doctors reception :), ofcourse who is registered on savetime.com.
I think i dont need to explain the benefits.. yeah there will be some challenges :)
If things go our way, you will soon see an A3 size poster in doctor offices along with handouts at the reception desks :-) Keeping fingers crossed.
How do you do?
It was interesting to read about your site and the comments - particularly this one. I think the problem is the supply and demand here. Most doctors make patients wait for at least half an hour even if they have prior appointment. What differentiator can your or some other service offer for making them follow the appointment schedule? I am not sure...
But a great concept, as others have said.