November 23, 2017 04:39 am ETEstimated Read Time: 2 Minutes
OnePath Medical, a software provider used to connect doctors with patients needing medical cannabis, announced that it is changing its company name to Veriheal with immediate effect. The company direction is to focus on healing via medical cannabis and holistic living.
“Our company has assisted thousands of patients in gaining safe and legal access to medical cannabis, and the most common feedback we hear from them is how cannabis has helped heal their illnesses, that it’s a healing plant,” said Joshua Green, co-founder, Veriheal. “With our new name, we wanted to emphasize the healing power of cannabis that’s been verified by our patients, coupled with the natural healing methods associate with holistic healing.”
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Veriheal’s aim is to change the image of alternative medicine as they seek to create more ease for all users, more growth in the science, more access to all patients, and more transparency in the marijuana industry. The company is dedicated to the traditional limits imposed on cannabis by creating an ecosystem that can seamlessly connect patients, doctors, and dispensaries. Veriheal is also the only medical cannabis software that can be white-labeled as a telemedicine platform for doctors. Other medical cannabis software companies, all of which are based on the West Coast, focus solely on patients and doctors and use third party software builds, limiting scalability, customizability, and future controls as state medical cannabis laws change.
Last month, Veriheal expanded its services to Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania, and is the only SaaS provider on the East Coast that enables people to legally access medical marijuana in their states. Visit Veriheal online at https://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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