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Everseat app to be used for Mercy Medical Center appointments

It's a major deal for the Mount Washington-based startup. Everseat is designed to cut out the inefficiencies that are caused by appointment cancellations.

Everseat cofounder Jeff Peres presents at Baltimore TechBreakfast, June 2014.

(Photo by Tyler Waldman)

Everseat has been building a steady stream of clients at salons, doctor’s offices, restaurants and other small businesses. With its latest deal, the Mount Washington-based startup will look to prove that it can serve bigger institutions, as well.

(Screenshot via everseat.com)

(Screenshot via everseat.com)


The team behind the appointment-scheduling app inked a deal with Mercy Medical Center that will make Everseat available for patients at the hospital’s women’s center.
As part of the deal, patients will be able to use the app to schedule appointments at the Weinberg Center of Women’s Health and Medicine. The Center focuses on gynecology, breast cancer, endocrinology and imaging.
Once patients download the app, they can use it to schedule appointments. If no appointments are available, the app sends alerts that inform them of an opening. The app is designed to cut out the inefficiencies that are caused by appointment cancellations.
In a news release, Everseat CEO Jeff Peres said “it’s really an honor” to work with the hospital, which has been nationally recognized for patient satisfaction.
“Patients want to be seen by our medical experts as soon as possible,” said Michael Mullen, vice president of the Weinberg Center. “This new app is another tool to help our patients access care quickly and easily.”

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