On the heels of the successful launch of its on-demand telehealth and mHealth services for consumers, Phoenix-based DialNurse has expanded its offering to include private and public enterprises seeking ways to incorporate this form of medical consultation as a central element of healthcare benefits to employees.

"The overwhelmingly positive feedback we've received from our consumer customers indicated that the time was right to extend the benefits of DialNurse services to the business community," Gunjan Goel, CEO of DialNurse, said in a statement announcing the expansion. "During this critical period of healthcare reform, DialNurse is helping the medical infrastructure in the U.S. by addressing the not so urgent cases, thereby reducing the crowding in emergency rooms and doctor's offices. Businesses using this proven service realize direct savings while providing convenient healthcare options for their employees or constituents."

DialNurse utilizes licensed and registered nurses to provide around-the-clock medical consultation in both English and Spanish for a flat fee. The company's intended customer base is people who have high deductible healthcare plans, have no medical insurance, are living in remote areas of the U.S., or simply want medical consultation anonymously. The nurses have already handled over 5,000,000 calls, have an average experience of 12 years, and are based in the U.S.

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