Health IT Startup: QueueDr

Patrick Randolph
Patrick Randolph, founder, QueueDr

QueueDr is a web app that practices can use in any browser to build and utilize a waitlist to fill appointments. First, they upload their existing waitlist and then after that they can add individual patients who call-in. Once an appointment opens, with a press of a button, texts are sent out to patients in the waiting list and the first one that texts back gets the appointment. Physicians see a pop-up on their screen and an email notifying them which patient is showing up.

The average appointment is filled in less than one minute because patients compete to fill the appointment. Once a patient fills an appointment, they are removed from the waitlist. They can also unsubscribe (and re-subscribe) at any time if they want. If a patient doesn’t show up, practices can press QueueDr’s “no-show” button in the “appointments” section then the next appointment is free to schedule.

QueueDr works on every browser. All patient data is encrypted when transferred and when stored. Only one person in the company has access to the data, and QueueDr does not sell or utilize the data.

Elevator pitch

We bring smiles to doctors’ offices with simple products that save time and make money. Our first product helps doctors fill missed appointments in than one minute which saves them two hours every time they use it, while shortening patient wait.

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