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VisualDx Launches Open Access Digital Technology to Combat Global Travel-Related Disease Misdiagnosis
VisualDx, the world’s leading clinical decision support system for physicians and front line health care professionals, announced today the launch of an Emerging Global Disease digital tool to help front line medical responders easily and accurately identify travel related infectious diseases. Available to the medical community and general public free of charge, this offering comes from heightened awareness of the spread and misdiagnosis of global travel-related diseases including Ebola.
The Little Clinic, which operates 114 healthcare clinics in convenient retail settings in seven states, chose VisualDx to enhance the care its staff provides to patients. The Little Clinic purchased a license for its healthcare professionals to have access to VisualDx on their computers and mobile devices.
New York University Langone Medical Center – one of the nation’s premier providers of clinical care, research and medical education – has chosen VisualDx, the latest technology focused on maximizing diagnostic accuracy, to improve patient care at its four hospitals and to help train future physicians at its School of Medicine, Logical Images, maker of VisualDx, announced today.
In the latest mHealth conference there was one app that I considered so amazing that I even called it a “miracle medical tool”. While the app seems to be simple, it actually becomes magical and mind-boggling when applied - benefiting both the health providers or medical community and the patients.
Sponsored by the California HealthCare Foundation, VisualDx was among the winners in the “Ideas that Work” competition that honored three innovations for their ability to overcome “real-world challenges in health care” during the iHealth 2014 conference.