February 12, 2017 09:42 pm ETEstimated Read Time: 3 Minutes
Many dispensaries across the states are now turning to a new HealthTech Company, Veriheal, to track new patients through the process of getting their card. Veriheal is virtual cannabis recommendation firms that assist patients looking to get a cannabis recommendation. They connect with a doctor to recommend them for medical cannabis use through video. Veriheal is currently are serving California, Nevada, Maryland, and Washington D.C. patients to get their medical marijuana recommendation.
From a graduate research study conducted by Economics students at American University*, the 2016 study and research yielded that on average Dispensaries lose 29%(roughly a third) of patients once they refer them to an outside doctor. The the process once they recommend them to an outside doctor for their medical marijuana card is most common, but not most preferred. When dispensaries refer them out, the doctor many things can happen amidst that process.
Dispensaries are constantly losing patients and visibility when they refer patients directly to other doctors. And even worst, sometimes after patients visit other doctors they can get referred to other dispensaries. To combat this, Veriheal provides the ability for dispensaries to embed a scheduling tool right on to their website. The internal cookies track and send that data directly to the dispensary so that patients can action a cannabis recommendation from there; all while dispensaries can monitor them through the patient cycle.
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Virtual cannabis recommendations have been on the rise since many states approved “telemedicine” as a valid form of health care between doctors and patients. The medical marijuana market is no different. Patients can utilize a phone or a computer to meet with a doctor virtually, secure a recommendation, and then buy cannabis legally from dispensaries in their states.
Not only is Veriheal assisting dispensaries with in-state patients, but they also provide virtual Cannabis Recommendations to out-of-state patients. This is a big benefit for states like Nevada, who will allow out-of-state patients to purchase cannabis the same day that they walk in.
Everything is free and is given at no cost to dispensaries. We see this as a main reason many dispensaries are now using Veriheal to handle their patient inflow. Is your dispensary taking advantage of the tools available to them now? If not they can head to https://www.veriheal.com/dispensary-sign-up to sign up. If you are a patient looking for a recommendation you can procure one at www.veriheal.com.
Anthony is the Marketing Director of Veriheal with a keen sense for sustainable branding techniques and creative marketing solutions meant for the cannabis space. He is inspired by art and human culture and occasionally gives us a sneak peek into what is happening behind the scenes at Veriheal.
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