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  • Pager brings on-demand service to healthcare
  • Pager brings on-demand service to healthcare
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Pager brings on-demand service to healthcare

While on-demand service may have come to food, transportation and even your laundry, it’s yet to be widely available for healthcare services. Pager is hoping to change this, improving the rate at which patients get to see doctors by arranging house calls through its app. 

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