Call for Care Initiative
About the Call for Care Initiative
The Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has had a profound impact on individuals and businesses that are fighting to mitigate the impact of the virus. The strain no more evident, than in the healthcare industry, where healthcare providers in 26 countries, work valiantly to provide care for patients in need.
We wish to recognize their selfless and tireless service, by supporting the healthcare industry by committing a fund of US$100,000, to help care providers simplify and automate the way their patients reach them from the web. We hope to make it convenient, and easy for prospective patients with mild-to-moderate concerns in need of care to reach out to care providers, with just a click. This would facilitate inquiries and scheduling of planned visits or necessary purchase, simplifying the communication process between patients and caregivers.
Medical practices with a website can use Novocall’s proprietary software free of charge, with no strings attached, for a year. This social initiative is Novocall’s way of using its tech to give back to the industry at large.
To read more about the motivations and the rationale of the fund, head over to the media release. Otherwise, click on register now to get on-board the Call for Care Initiative.
Get a call system worth $1,428, free for a year.
- No strings attached.
- 150 successful calls per month.
- Up to 5 medical agents.
- International calls supported.
- 60 days call history.
- 5 software integrations.
- Analytics on site visitors and calls.
- Subject to Terms & Conditions
Fill up form
Eligibility Check (2 days)
Receive account email
Medical clinics, specialist clinics, hospitals, medical NGOs in novel coronavirus (COVID-19) affected countries that are supported by Novocall*
Check T&C for full list of countries.
|Application||Registration required for eligibility approval.|
|Benefits||Approved clinics and organizations will receive Novocall’s callback system under the Team plan at no cost, to facilitate ease of medical communications.|