Johego has developed a streamlined data pipeline to collect, verify, and share information about social and medical services that is 95% less expensive than traditional methods.
Traditional methods for collecting information about social and medical services cost as much as $140 per provider.
- Maintaining large or detailed directories is logistically challenging and expensive: fundamentally, the only way to reliably verify information about a service provider is by asking them directly, typically via a phone call.
- Freely shared information experiences free-rider pressures, and paywalled information competes with “free” resources (e.g. word-of-mouth recommendations, online search engines, and paper directories), resulting in the inefficient status quo.
Johego replaces data entry with data engineering, reducing costs by 95%. Here’s how:
Compared to traditional methods, this process saves money in three key ways:
- By aggregating online government databases and leveraging cloud communication technologies, Johego can minimize the number and duration of calls made to service providers.
- By streamlining call scripts and funneling survey respondents to categorical answers, Johego can minimize the amount of data post-processing required per call.
- By working exclusively with a marketplace of remote, freelance workers with well-documented records of success, Johego can reliably secure competitive labor rates for high quality work.