MyAdvice is a leading technology-enabled digital media company that has been managing the online footprint of private medical and dental practices nationwide for over two decades. After being recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. three years in a row by Inc. magazine, MyAdvice continues its strategic growth initiative with the addition of docero, the first physician-owned healthcare marketing agency in the nation.
MyAdvice, with its highly-scalable patient acquisition and retention platform for healthcare professionals, its refined internal processes, and its relentless focus on the client experience, has proven its ability to bring additional value to new clients over and above what smaller companies can provide. Some talented members of the docero team will be joining MyAdvice. They will add their skills and industry knowledge to MyAdvice to ensure a smooth transition for docero’s clients. Shawn Miele, CEO of MyAdvice says, “We are excited to add docero’s clients and employees to the MyAdvice family. We believe that our proprietary technology, processes and focus on the client will accelerate the already excellent results that docero’s clients have historically experienced. We look forward to proving our value to them.”
In operation since 2015, docero has established a loyal customer base throughout the U.S. docero offers a wide range of marketing solutions designed specifically for healthcare enterprises and private practices, including website design, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, social media marketing, email campaign management, reputation management services, and HIPAA compliant forms.
“By joining forces, our clients will gain access to MyAdvice’s best-in-class healthcare marketing infrastructure,” said Brendan Cumisky, COO of docero. “MyAdvice has a long-standing reputation of exceptional customer service, and we look forward to working together in the continued success of our clients.”
The docero acquisition joins previous acquisitions, including Sight Selector in February 2017, MedNet Technologies in June 2015, E6 Interactive in February 2014, and Everyday Doctors in November 2013. Financial terms of the transaction are confidential.