DocbookMD is a great tool for CMA members because it was developed by physicians for physicians and offers a product that is unique to their needs.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) September 24, 2014
DocbookMD is excited to partner with the California Medical Association (CMA), providing a secure physician-to-physician and physician-to-care team messaging solution to CMA’s nearly 40,000 member base. Previously only available in some counties, DocbookMD is now offered as a free member benefit to all CMA members.
"DocbookMD is a great tool for CMA members because it was developed by physicians for physicians and offers a product that is unique to their needs,” said Dustin Corcoran, CMA CEO.
Distinct clinical integrations within DocbookMD allow medical teams throughout California to attach images, dictate messages or directly connect via DocbookMD's API. With the ability to send admit, discharge and transfer documents in seconds, DocbookMD helps physicians, hospitals and medical groups streamline workflows and improve patient care.
DocbookMD‘s popularity stems in part from its open, but protected, approach to healthcare communication. “Healthcare organizations are moving toward a unified solution that not only provides greater flexibility to practice medicine, but also ensures patient data stays protected,” said Tim Gueramy, M.D., CEO and co-founder of DocbookMD. “Having access to DocbookMD as a free member benefit instantly gives CMA physician members and healthcare systems throughout the state the power to communicate without barriers, ultimately increasing the level of care provided and reducing costs for physicians, hospitals and patients alike.”
DocbookMD launched its Docbook Enterprise solution in November of last year to help large hospitals and healthcare groups better manage their critical communications and care-team workflow. In partnering with the California Medical Association, Enterprises can instantly elevate the level of care they can provide by giving their physicians the ability to quickly send and receive critical patient communications beyond their limited internal networks.
DocbookMD, built by physicians for physicians, is a rapidly growing secure messaging application for smartphone and tablet devices, and now is also available on the web. DocbookMD has over 25,000 physician users across 42 states. By putting doctors in control of the technology, regardless of practice setting or existing medical technology solutions, DocbookMD enables the kind of immediate, secure communication that can change the face of healthcare. Learn more at docbookmd.com.
About California Medical Association
The California Medical Association serves more than 39,000 physician members in all modes of practice and specialties representing the patients of California. CMA is dedicated to serving our member physicians through a comprehensive program of legislative, legal, regulatory, economic and social advocacy. Learn more at http://www.cmanet.org.