“Anzu®’s goal is to revolutionize residency training and education by enabling collaborative knowledge sharing between institutions and residents, regardless of whether they come from small or large programs,” said Barry Fernando, MD, CEO of Anzu®.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) April 28, 2016
Anzu®, developers of the AnzuMedical™ Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration Platform™, today announced a new Residency Education & Collaboration Platform for hospitals and medical societies. The platform will provide efficient access to medical knowledge, educational resources, and a host of collaboration tools designed to improve patient outcomes through information access, sharing, and communications between physicians and residents. Hospitals may utilize the platform to facilitate education and collaboration within their own organization’s residency programs, between other hospitals and residency programs, and with medical societies and their members.
Anzu® has already partnered with the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and its recently announced its Nationwide Residency Collaboration Network project in partnership with twenty leading hospital’s plastic surgery residency programs. Participating hospital residents and physicians will have access to a customized version of the AnzuMedical™ Knowledge Sharing & Collaboration Platform™ called RADAR (Readily Available Digital Aesthetic Resource) along with additional new features for the residency platform.
“ASAPS first utilized Anzu®’s powerful knowledge sharing and collaboration platform as an educational resource for our members,” said Daniel C. Mills, MD, President of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. “Based on the overwhelmingly enthusiastic response it received, we quickly realized its tremendous potential and it made sense to extend the platform to hospitals and residency programs around the country via a nationwide network. We are very excited to partner with Anzu® at the forefront of this latest milestone in medical education and collaboration.”
“Anzu®’s goal is to revolutionize residency training and education by enabling collaborative knowledge sharing between institutions and residents, regardless of whether they come from small or large programs,” said Barry Fernando, MD, CEO of Anzu®. “Most institutions and residency programs exist and operate in siloed environments. We are providing a daily use product for residents that will change how they learn, and ideally lead to better clinical decision making and ultimately better patient outcomes.”
Key Features: Residency Education & Collaboration Platform:
- An independent Content Management System (CMS) for each residency program.
- A networking system for all participating programs which will allow collaborative exchange of information between institutions.
- An HTML based webpage builder for residents to generate/share multi-media notes for study.
- A “Virtual Journal Club” - a technological version of an established institutional product.
- Powerful search engine with specialty specific tagging and filters even search inside videos.
- Multi-platform cloud based access.
- Ability to bookmark specific points inside of videos (including YouTube or Vimeo).
- Access to Compendiums which are expert generated folders of information on techniques, problem management etc.
Additional AnzuMedical™ Features
● Role-based Access
● Community Publishing
● Community Knowledge Sharing
● Video Streaming
● Discussion Boards
● Mobile Responsive Web
● Desktop Responsive Web
● Social Networking
Anzu® was established in 2010 to create a knowledge exchange platform for healthcare organizations and medical community members including physicians, educators, residents in training and Medical Industry. The AnzuMedical™ platform provides a myriad of innovative product features and a Case Based Learning System™ that can be used for both education and training purposes, and industry advertising. For more information about AnzuMedical™, email: Info@anzumedical.com or visit http://www.anzumedical.com.
Anzu is a registered trademark.