Digital patient platform co-founder recognised for improving access

The CEO and co-founder of Doctify has been recognised by featuring in the annual BioBeat 50 Movers and Shakers report.

Stephanie Eltz features on the list crediting people for patient impact for “transforming patient access to healthcare.”

The Doctify platform allows patients to book appointments with a private doctor at a time to suit the patient from any device, 24-hours a day and read patient reviews. The platform was created to drive greater transparency as well as greater access to healthcare for patients.

Stephanie and her team continue to invest in marketing and product innovation to make Doctify the best platform connecting patients and doctors in the UK. Since the launch in 2015, they have worked with over 5000 consultants, clinics and hospitals, and helped over a million patients search and compare medical professionals covering 47 medical specialities.

Doctify co-Founder and CEO Stephanie Eltz said: “I’m honoured to join this top 50 list of key female players in healthcare. I’m passionate about the industry and privileged to have the opportunity to work with fantastic colleagues and peers to drive greater trust and transparency in healthcare.”




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