Martin Pellinat, VisionTree Software
VisionTree was founded with the goal of patient-centric technology. Martin demonstrates how easy VisionTree is to use both as a physician and a consumer, for one-stop access to patient files and backgrounds.
Stephen Parker, MDLiveCare
Launched in 2006, MDLiveCare has been involved with treating about 50,000 patients so far. Consumers, physicians and mental health counselors can engage in real time interactive consultations, providing convenience and affordable healthcare services. Here Stephen demonstrates the video portion of MDLiveCare and how it enhances accessibility to physicians.
Robert Rowley, Practice Fusion
Practice Fusion is the fastest growing EHR online. In 2010 it had 30,000 users, which has grown to over 100,000 today in 2012. Here Robert demonstrates the capabilities of Practice Fusion, which speaks for itself as to why it is succeeding as one of the most-used EHRs out there.
Called the “wikipedia of medicine”, Medpedia is a place where consumers can go to find credible information that is created and edited by physicians. Combatting the widespread slew of questionable information on the web, Medpedia not only offers credible articles, but also lists the doctors who create the material, helping consumers find doctors who specialize in a variety of issues. Here Wendy Taylor gives us a tour and shows us how it can be useful for doctors and patients.
CarePass is focused on simplifying healthcare administration, both for practices and patients. The key for this company is personalization – patients can request text, email, or phone updates. Tom McHale demonstrates on his own phone how easy modern technology can make the practice-patient relationship.
AthenaHealth’s goal is to provide users with efficiency. Here Thomas Kim introduces AthenaNet, an online community that employes the philosophy of shared knowledge to its users, but allowing doctors to update medical news immediately. Last year they processed over 9 million documents, keeping everyone up to date on every stage of a patient’s passage through their healthcare process.
Chaim Indig talks to us about Phreesia. Founded in 2008, Phreesia is known for its patient check-in platform. Founded on the philosophy “why not get your patients to do more?” Phreesia aims to streamline the patient check-in process by handing off some of the responsibility to patients in the waiting room – because who knows more about the patient than themselves?
Greg Gilman, CEO, RxVantage
Connecting physicians with pharmaceutical companies and drug reps, RxVantage is saving time for physicians nationwide. By registering one’s practice, doctors can add in staff and schedules to streamline communications between reps and doctors.
Michael Nusimov, CEO, DrChrono
Office staff can schedule appointments, send email or text reminders to patients, and automate billing with this useful EHR for iPads. Patients can check in using DrChrono, doctors can record medical dictation, and it can be used to take photos and videos to visually track health. Sounds too good to be true? This is all available and more, as Michael displays in this demonstration.