Today the healthcare franchise is a huge growing industry. In the present time, with telemedicine platform proving to be the most convenient solution in connecting doctors, medical faculties and patients but also proven to be a cost-saving and efficient solution; the opportunity for healthcare franchise is seen further expanding. And with the right healthcare franchise opportunity like GoTelecare by your side, you not only experience a better ROI but also experienced support team as well.
Being a 2 in 1 business opportunity providing powerful medical billing and collections solutions as well as state of the art telemedicine services, GoTelecare today has set the standards as a complete healthcare services company at the best possible rates in the market place.
With no additional or hidden charges, GoTelecare platform is in fact one of the best team extending full support in lead generation and even in all the marketing and training that is needed for your business growth. With one-time sign-up amount, we also ensure a great possibility of earning passive residual income of a minimum amount of $40,000 a month. In fact, for any acquisition, the channel partners are entitled to a 20% of the top line on an ongoing basis that will be equivalent to a 50:50 sharing of profit.
What makes GoTelecare different?
Providing complete support with all your requirement through our no cost dedicated account manager, we have additional advantaged of:
♣ No royalty fees
♣ No binding contracts
♣ Validated leads which make it easier to close and help your business to grow etc
♣ Complete support in errors of Omission & Commission from Hiscox/ Geico with a liability cover of $1 million.
♣ Complete HIPAA compliance
♣ Complete support for sales closure for you
So if you are looking for a new business opportunity and a chance to ensure better ROI, GoTelecare is the perfect destination; as we are looking for channel partners to take our value proposition forward in the marketplace.
For more information, get in touch with our GoTelecare experts over a ‘no commitment call’