Healthcare company MTBC, which is using an airplane as a flying promotional platform, recently launched a new website devoted to the plane.
The site, www.n6000n.com, is named after the twin-engine Aero Commander’s registration number. It features photos and videos of the plane, as well as news articles that have followed airport tours in New Jersey and West Virginia.
MTBC’s airplane is the newest addition to the company’s promotional fleet. MTBC’s “Medical Billing” and “Free EMR” taglines dominate the fuselage of its new plane.
MTBC already utilizes ambulances and cars that are wrapped in the company’s trademark purple and emblazoned with MTBC’s array of services for healthcare practices of all sizes. One ambulance is equipped with flat-screen televisions and PCs connected to the Internet to demonstrate MTBC’s web-based practice management system and free electronic medical record (EMR) software.
The plane also helps the Somerset, N.J.-based company build its business.
“There is a real sense of urgency in the calls and e-mails we receive every day, because this is a critical moment for the healthcare industry,” said David Rosenblum, president of MTBC. “Physicians and administrators are confronted with significant economic, legislative and IT issues that will determine if their practices can survive or thrive. They want to evaluate our expertise and services immediately – and with our airplane we can present MTBC promptly in person.”
The Aero Commander seats seven people and has a range of over 1,600 miles.
For more information: www.mtbc.com