Take a survey, save a life

You’re a busy a doctor. You have few minutes to spare and just received a survey about a prescription medication. You know that the data you submit will eventually be used to help patients. You’d like to help but there are so many demands on your time.

What if responding to that survey could not only help future patients but immediately help patients in need in the developing world? What if, as soon as you finished the survey, you’d personally make life-changing medical care possible for a specific patient? For ZoomRx panelists, that’s exactly what happens.

ZoomRX—a healthcare market research and analytics company—makes it easy and convenient for healthcare professionals and consumers to increase medical knowledge while instantly helping patients around the world in real time.

Our partnership with ZoomRx allows them to help healthcare professionals contribute to public health in a unique way.

In Nepal, less than $600 will pay for the surgery Bharat needs to return to farming and support his family. $225 will restore sight to Sary in Cambodia. Every penny donated for a patient through ZoomRx directly funds that patient’s care.

So, how does it work?

When a doctor finishes a ZoomRx survey, they are then given the opportunity to contribute a portion of their honoraria to a patient in need. Each donation given is immediately doubled because ZoomRx matches every contribution, dollar for dollar.

This month, donations on ZoomRx will support Naw Htunt, a 50-year-old Burmese laborer who wants nothing more than to support her son and mother. Naw does hard manual labor but has been unable to work since being diagnosed with uterine fibroids—a painful condition in which noncancerous growths put pressure on the uterus. With only $1,500 in funding she will be back on her feet!

ZoomRx has already helped us change the lives of Epifania, a 12-year-old girl from Tanzania born with spina bifida; Taufic, a 14-year-old boy from Uganda with a bone infection; and Prakash, a 10-year-old boy from Nepal with a disabled hand.

ZoomRx’s CEO Siram Subramanian shares:

“Funding patients through Watsi has had a great feel good factor among our panelists, thereby leaving a very positive impact on them.

Working with Watsi has been one of the most fulfilling things we have done for engagement with our community. It is great to be able to do something so meaningful and to be able to share that meaningful experience with our community.

In two and a half years of partnership, ZoomRx customers and Watsi used over $40,000 to fund healthcare for fifty patients in ten countries across the globe. Throughout our partnership more than 850 healthcare providers donated a part of their survey honoraria to this initiative, 75% of whom are repeated donors.

More than one third of panelists given the opportunity to participate now join the team, almost a fifty percent leap as the program matures.”

Giving back to those in need is a core tenant of ZoomRx’s business. ZoomRx cares deeply about patients throughout the world and, working with us they allow healthcare professionals to impact patients far beyond their own practices!

ZoomRx makes it simple, “take a survey, save a life.”

Learn more about how your company can work with us: https://watsi.org/companies

Jen Ehrlich

Jen Ehrlich