VisualDx – for Institutions
Institutional site licenses of VisualDx – for hospitals, health care systems, medical schools, academic health centers, and clinics – are IP authenticated and include the complete clinical content suite. All institutional users have free access to VisualDx Mobile for iOS and Android devices. In addition, site licenses can be customized to include health alerts, protocols, reportable disease links, institutional logo, and more. VisualDx is a Web service that runs in any modern web browser. For information on VisualDx institutional site trials and licenses, contact the Logical Images Sales Department.
With more than 30 problem-oriented diagnostic scenarios containing more than 1,200 diagnoses and over 25,000 images, the VisualDx institutional site license covers clinical medicine for pediatrics (neonate/infant and child) and adults (including elder adult and dark skin) as well as content specialized by body location (eye, oral mucosa, anogenital, pulmonary, nail, hair/scalp), medication adverse events, patient exposures (bites and stings, marine exposures, international travel), patient immune status, and more. Institutional licenses also include VisualDx educational (CA-MRSA, pressure ulcer staging, child abuse recognition) and public health and preparedness content (chem-bio-rad suspicion).
All custom features are optional.
|Institution Logo||Place your institutional logo on the homepage.|
|VisualDx in UpToDate||Enable VisualDx answers within UpToDate search results.|
|Training Sessions||Schedule Web-based training sessions for site users, conducted by our expert staff.|
|Athens Authentication||VisualDx supports Athens authentication.|
|Health Alerts & News Links||Post community health alerts and news links via the homepage.||Call|
|Disease Info & Protocol Links||Add institutional protocols and specialized disease information to diagnosis pages.||Call|
|Reportable Disease Links||Provide easy access to state requirements for disease reporting from diagnosis pages.||Call|
|HL7 Infobutton Integration||Access VisualDx from the e-record using the HL7 Infobutton standard.||Call|