RevDoc reimagines Florida health care with house calls

Waiting at a doctor’s office for a scheduled appointment is notoriously not fun, with schedules often running behind, tedious paperwork needing completion and an array of out-of-date magazines as the only source of entertainment. 

Enter RevDoc, a mobile app and health care delivery platform founded by Anil “AK” Kottoor.

The app allows those seeking to access affordable health care in an accessible and convenient way that allows doctors to visit patients where they are, whether that’s at home, a hotel or office. 

“We created RevDoc to enable patients, not insurance companies, to have the power to make their own healthcare decisions,” Kottoor said. “We allow doctors to develop stronger relationships with patients by spending more time providing care and less on the administrative burden that insurance companies impose. RevDoc is more than technology, it’s a gateway for the world to envision a new standard for healthcare accessibility, challenging the status quo.”

The platform is made possible by reducing costly administrative burdens and removing unnecessary middlemen. It brings patients and doctors together for services ranging from primary and urgent care to sports medicine, weight loss, aesthetic services and more. Patients can utilize health savings accounts to pay for services. 

While the service is currently available in Florida, the company plans to expand nationwide. 

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