7 Effective Monetization Strategies for Medical Mobile Apps

Being an app owner, you want to know how to make money from mobile apps or how to monetize a free app. Medical app monetization strategy is similar to regular models that teach you how to make money from apps.

A medical mobile app should complement the overall business goals of the app’s owners. It’s best to integrate a mobile app monetization strategy at the beginning rather than force one when your app is already built and functioning with an active user base. An app’s optimal monetization model highly depends on its business logic and concept.

 

covid 19 – What documents are required to enter the Czech Republic for medical treatment?

Israeli citizens can now visit the Czech Republic but tourism is not officially permitted:

Travel for the purpose of tourism, or visiting friends, is not yet possible. Protective measures of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic include the closure of hotels and other accommodation facilities. Among essential travel belong e.g. business meetings, exigent official meetings, court proceedings, care for children and family members, necessary hospital treatments, accompanying family members, attending funeral service, participation in education, university exams, participation in gatherings that were approved by the Ministry of Health.

If one is coming in for a medical treatment, what exact documents are required to be shown at the border?

NB: I will answer this question from personal experience within two weeks. Adding it here in case someone already knows the answer.

overstaying – Finland: Medical Issues/Possible Accidental Overstay (American citizen, German residency permit)

everyone! Please bear with me, I am absolutely panicking and have worried I have absolutely miscalculated the time I have been in Finland. I am trying to do the right thing and honestly am at a loss.

My backstory: I am American, but am studying my PhD in Germany and have a German residency permit, as a result. My partner is Finnish, and living in Espoo, FI. We have dated about two years, and I have visited Finland every so often for short periods of time (a week, or two weeks, generally) over those two years.

Recently, I came to stay on March 21, 2021. I’ve had some severe health issues with kidney stones, and have been in and out of the hospital here in Espoo during that time. I am struggling to walk, am miserable and in pain, and have been essentially bedridden with my partner caring for me. I am still in pain to the point where I honestly don’t think I can hop on a flight back to Germany — I live totally alone there, with no support.

I am wildly terrified I may have accidentally overstayed. I have not been here for 90 days, yet — I arrived on March 21. However, I have visited my partner a few times over the past few years and am not sure how to calculate those past visits in with my current visit.
I honestly don’t know what to do, am a mess, and struggling to find accurate info online about what I need to do or how to calculate my time. Would anyone be willing to talk to me and walk me through it? Is there a way I can contact someone here in Finland for a temporary stay extension, if need be?

I do believe that if I calculate my past visits (short stays in Nov., Dec., and early March), I might be 4-5 days over the 90/180 day limit.

Thank you so much, in advance! I am feeling terrified and pressed for time, and would love any support. I have emailed Raja, Migri, the American embassy, and the local police stations, asking their opinion, as well.

Will being blacklisted in the Philippines for overstay affect chances of US F1/F2 Visas, or my future medical career in the US?

I am a foreign medical graduate, who studied Doctor of Medicine in the Philippines with my wife. Upon our graduation, we secured a hospital in the country for our postgraduate internship. However, the immigration liaison officer at the hospital that supposed to extend my visa traveled out of the country. Eventually, my visa had already expired by the time she filed it for extension.

As a result, the immigration fined me huge amount of money for overstaying. However, the hospital refused to take responsibility for my expired visa. Instead, they laid me off in order to secure their operational license. The whole thing lingered until the pandemic started. My wife’s visa also expired during the pandemic.

Now, we want to exit the country on our own, to return to our home country. In processing for our exit from the Philippines, the immigration is charging both of us around  $2,500 as penalties for overstay. We appealed to them that we had no such money. Instead, they advised us to secure CERTIFICATE OF INDIGENCY from Nigerian embassy in the Philippines, stating that we are unable to pay the penalties. Having secured the CERTIFICATE OF INDIGENCY from our embassy, the immigration said that our names will be blacklisted for 10years for overstay, or we pay the penalties.

But my major concern now is that I just secured admission for masters in a US university for Fall 2021. With this, I will be applying for F1 visa and F2 for my wife next month. We plan to take USMLE while in the US, and match into the US medical residency program. But with our names being blacklisted in the Philippines, will it affect our chances of getting student visas at the US embassy? Will it also affect our future plans to practice medicine in the US as medical doctors?

In filling out the online DS-160 forms, what do we answer to the question that says, “Have you ever been removed or deported from any country?” Is blacklisting a form removal or deportation?

One of my friends in the UK advised me to answer NO to the DS-160 question of “Have you ever been removed or deported from any country?” He gave the reason that since I was the person  who opted to exit the country that I should answer NO to the question. But because my friend is not a lawyer, I decided to seek your professional advice.

My concern is: if I answer YES to the DS-160 question with the explanation as INDIGENCY, won’t the consular at the US embassy deny me visa and also doubt my financial capacity for my master’s program in the US, even though I have two sponsors for my US study. Again, if I answer NO to the DS-160 question, will it backfire against my US visa and my future medical career in the US? I am just confused.

Please, kindly use your professional experience to advise us on what to do.

Thank you

WILL BEING BLACKLISTED IN THE PHILIPPINES FOR OVERSTAY AFFECT MY CHANCES OF US F1 & F2 VISAS, OR AFFECT MY FUTURE MEDICAL CAREER IN THE US?

I am a foreign medical graduate, who studied Doctor of Medicine in the Philippines with my wife. Upon our graduation, we secured a hospital in the country for our postgraduate internship. However, the immigration liason officer at the hospital that supposed to extend my visa traveled out of the country. Eventually, my visa had already expired by the time she filed it for extension.

As a result, the immigration fined me huge amount of money for overstaying. However, the hospital refused to take responsibility for my expired visa. Instead, they laid me off in order to secure their operational license. The whole thing lingered until the pandemic started. My wife’s visa also expired during the pandemic.

Now, we want to exit the country on our own, to return to our home country. In processing for our exit from the Philippines, the immigration is charging both of us around  $2,500 as penalties for overstay. We appealed to them that we had no such money. Instead, they advised us to secure CERTIFICATE OF INDIGENCY from Nigerian embassy in the Philippines, stating that we are unable to pay the penalties. Having secured the CERTIFICATE OF INDIGENCY from our embassy, the immigration said that our names will be blacklisted for 10years for overstay, or we pay the penalties.

But my major concern now is that I just secured admission for masters in a US university for Fall 2021. With this, I will be applying for F1 visa and F2 for my wife next month. We plan to take USMLE while in the US, and match into the US medical residency program. But with our names being blacklisted in the Philippines, will it affect our chances of getting student visas at the US embassy? Will it also affect our future plans to practice medicine in the US as medical doctors?

In filling out the online DS-160 forms, what do we answer to the question that says, “Have you ever been removed or deported from any country?” Is blacklisting a form removal or deportation?

One of my friends in the UK advised me to answer NO to the DS-160 question of “Have you ever been removed or deported from any country?” He gave the reason that since I was the person  who opted to exit the country that I should answer NO to the question. But because my friend is not a lawyer, I decided to seek your professional advice.

My concern is: if I answer YES to the DS-160 question with the explanation as INDIGENCY, won’t the consular at the US embassy deny me visa and also doubt my financial capacity for my master’s program in the US, even though I have two sponsors for my US study. Again, if I answer NO to the DS-160 question, will it backfire against my US visa and my future medical career in the US? I am just confused.

Please, kindly use your professional experience to advise us on what to do.

Thank you

Medical Blog with millions of backlinks

The url is Neo-medic.com and I just put up a new site today because the content was not well written on the old site but the site shows 6.2m backlinks on semrush with a Authority score of 50 https://www.semrush.com/analytics/overview/?searchType=domain&q=http://neo-medic.com/

And on ahrefs.com the Domain Rating is 63. It is very rare to find domain names on here for sale with this high of a DR. I bought the name and then built the site but it still needs more content but it is a great way to build a medical blog. I do still have the old content which has about 140 post as well that someone can have.

I also have cheaptabs12.com that has 1.2m backlinks and a authority score of 35 that sold online meds like viagra that is just a domain name that I am going to forward to this one. https://www.semrush.com/analytics/overview/?searchType=domain&q=cheaptabs12.com

I also have fgalabs.com that has about 300k backlinks that I will also throw in with the right offer.
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If you are into the diet or medical stuff this is two great sites that quickly turn into big money makers. Both URL are at namebright and are due for renewal in about a year.

I am open to offers in the lower to mid $x,xxx range

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