(PRWEB) October 16, 2016
Schumacher Clinical Partners, one of the nation’s largest health care resources, named VisualDx a top mobile app to facilitate doctor-patient communication. The report comes amid ACEP16 Scientific Assembly, the premier conference for emergency medicine education. Both VisualDx and Schumacher Clinical Partners are exhibiting at ACEP16.
Studies have shown that a strong doctor-patient relationship can boost health outcomes. With patients in charge of their own health thanks to our digital world, it becomes all that more important for patients to trust their clinician. Utilizing VisualDx, clinicians can share images and disease information with patients, improving confidence in the diagnosis.
“Doctors who use VisualDx often tell us how important it is to share images of the diagnosis to the patient right at the point of care. Patients can see for themselves images that mirror their diagnosis, putting them at ease and improving the necessary follow up action,” said Art Papier, MD, co-founder and CEO of VisualDx.
Schumacher Clinical Partners utilizes VisualDx for its Emergency and Hospital Medicine groups.
"VisualDX provides a far more efficient, systematic, and productive approach to getting the right diagnosis in real-time -- the results of which lead to improved patient care, increased provider efficiency and satisfaction, and decreased healthcare costs," said David Grace, MD, senior medical officer for Schumacher Clinical Partners.
VisualDx is a web-based resource also available as iOS and Android apps. The tool can also be integrated into electronic health record. To learn more about its value in emergency medicine, visit http://www.visualdx.com or stop by booth S2408 at ACEP16.
Schumacher Clinical Partners report can be found here: http://www.schumacherclinical.com/health-care-insights/2016/9/top-6-mobile-apps-to-facilitate-doctor-patient-communication