ReviewThatPlace.com is a tech startup targeting the medical offices, specifically smaller outpatient private practices. Below is our recent interview with Shakir Ansari, Founder and CEO of Review That Place:
Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to Review That Place?
A: Over the past 2 year we have been designing and testing solutions for practices to help them improve their office workflow, marketing and patient out reach. I have been managing a primary care office out of Orlando since 2014 and have seen the horrors practices can face. RTP was really created out of my frustration from seeing either products priced outside of our budget or solutions to complex to implement easily into our office workflow.
Q: Can you give us insights into your services?
A: RTP currently has 3 products which we offer right now; Review Management System (RMS), Web Development (WebDev) and Med-Caller.
RMS is in response to the basic problem in collecting reviews for the various social media sites – when the patient leaves your office you have at max 5% chance that they will leave a review. RMS will collect reviews, do follow ups, provide a live stream to your website, allow you manage all the reviews right from your RTP Portal. This all starts with the RTP Tablet placed in your office. It makes it impossible to see a boost in your online reviews.
Website development leads practices to OVERPAYING for UNDER PERFORMING websites. RTP websites take the time consuming but crucial work of updating patient demographic information, patient requests (prescription refills, referral requests, “need this form filled” requests), and scheduling appointments. Radically improve the front office day to day, boosted patient satisfaction (didn’t have to wait on hold forever), and improved the quality of the work as well (less mistakes on the paperwork).
52.4% of no show patients simply forget about the appointment….Med-Caller is set up to help bring that number as close to 0 as possible. Now if the office staff is making those calls regularly and lets say the office is open 5 days a week with 30 appointments a day, your looking at 90 mins of your staff time which equates to more than 5 thousands dollars a year. Just time and money gone…forever. I tried an automated software but non would integrate to our EHR and could not establish any report with the patients.
Q: There are thousands of other companies out there that can make a design or a website; what makes your process unique?
A: The only 2 things which really make our process different is simplicity in integrating the website into the current workflow of any office and price. We have our baseline for medical websites which includes all the crucial features required for every medical office and each office is welcome to add custom features on top of that. This way the owner or OM doesn’t have to sit there and try to come up with all the things they want in a website. And our price….right now we have an offer going for $29 dollars a month with no setup fees, we cover design and development, hosting and ongoing service…if you can beat that I would take the other offer.
Q: Can you tell us something more about your pricing plans? What’s included?
A: So right now we are offering a spectacular package, The RTP Medical Solution. This comes with WebDev, RMS and a free tablet for just $29 a month AND waived setup fees AND no annual commitments!
Q: How would you convince the reader to start using your services?
A: Doctors, office managers and their staff have had a serious whiplash from the technology sector in the last 10 year. There is an intense fatigue from trying to integrate different software’s into their practice and not seeing the desired result. My 10 sec pitch would be; this solution will integrate into your practice without any disruptions to your current workflow and give value of a software with a $20,000 price tag.
Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: We are working on a patient portal right now which would be used as the central hub for a patient to collect all their health care information. It would automatically populate if they go to a primary care, radiology, specialists, labs, ER, ect. Also this would allow practices to have access to patient records without have to call each individual office.