In conversations with providers we learned about their challenges to get started with education and training on evidence-based medicine technology, in particular for imaging appropriateness. Therefore, we decided to introduce a straightforward educational service.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (PRWEB) November 30, 2020
In response to the need of healthcare providers for more educational and training resources on evidence-based medicine, including imaging appropriateness, Cranberry Peak Corp. announced today MD Assist, a new software as a service. While not a clinical decision support mechanism, MD Assist platform’s aim is to enable healthcare organizations to adopt effectively evidence-based medicine technology. In particular, in the initial phase, healthcare organizations, such as outpatient imaging centers, physician practices or hospitals would be able to use MD Assist to educate and train their referring physicians on imaging appropriateness. MD Assist could also be deployed as a web-based service on the website of healthcare organizations, and hence, be easily accessible by providers.
Ultimately, the goal of the MD Assist platform is to support transition towards value-based care with evidence-based medicine enabling standards of care and to achieve the triple aim: improving the patient experience, improving the health of populations and reducing the per capita cost of healthcare delivery.
“In conversations with providers we learned about their challenges to get started with education and training on evidence-based medicine technology, in particular for imaging appropriateness. Therefore, we decided to introduce a straightforward educational service, without the need for extensive, complex software integrations.” said Neculai Archip, PhD, MBA, the Founder and CEO of Cranberry Peak. “We’ve all seen at the beginning of the pandemic the importance of using COVID-19 testing clinical guidelines. Therefore, our goal is to continuously develop MD Assist as a platform for evidence-based medicine and for clinical guidelines consultation, beyond imaging appropriateness. Like everything else we do, we try to make this service very easy to use and to deploy.” Dr. Archip goes on to say.
Visit Cranberry Peak at https://www.cranberrypeak.com to learn more about MD Assist. During the week of November 30, 2020, Cranberry Peak is hosting online presentations on its website.
About Cranberry Peak
Cambridge, MA-based Cranberry Peak Corp. is a leader in AI, conversational interfaces and clinical decision support technology. In addition to enabling evidence-based medicine and standards of care, at the point of care, with the goal of improving healthcare delivery, Cranberry Peak is also aiming at reducing physician burnout. Its ezCDS service is a CMS qualified clinical decision support for the Appropriate Use Criteria Program.
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