A new and revolutionary Israeli start-up: Doco-Medic – a digital medical opinion

A new and revolutionary Israeli start-up: Doco-Medic – a digital medical opinion
A new and revolutionary Israeli start-up: Doco-Medic – a digital medical opinion

The smart digital platform DocuMedic, based on big data and artificial intelligence technologies, also adapted to mobile, connects quickly and conveniently between lawyers and doctors, and in the future – between all service seekers and all service providers who are experts in their field, for medical and other opinions.

The main idea that led to the establishment of the revolutionary venture arose from the field, out of a real need and a sad reality experienced by lawyer Shai Ashkenazi, who has decades of experience in the field of bodily injuries and occupational medicine. The most initial and basic difficulty Ashkenazi experienced during his years of activity in the field was the lack of comprehensive and reliable information about the specialist, as well as the long time to wait to schedule a client appointment with a specialist doctor for services such as disability testing, medical opinion and more.

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The difficulties experienced by Adv. Ashkenazi were one of DocuMedic’s guiding principles – to allow a meeting with the specialist doctor for advice, examination and assessment of disability within 72 hours (three business days) from the time of the appointment – without compromising on the quality, quality and professionalism of the service provided by the doctor The expert.

In the future, as mentioned, the company’s database will be expanded to a long list of service providers such as accountants, appraisers, psychologists and more. “I am glad that I have fallen in the right parts to facilitate and assist not only my clients, but all Israeli citizens,” said Adv. Ashkenazi, the founder of DocuMedic.

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