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VisualDx, the award-winning diagnostic clinical decision support system, enters into agreement with Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system.
“When I go to the VisualDx tab in my Cerner record, as it loads, immediately it is already passing through to VisualDx that information. When I start to give the application additional clinical information, it is already taking into consideration the context of that patient."
VisualDx, the award-winning diagnostic clinical decision support system will provide exclusive discount to DNA members.
Selling data through these new CMS rules will not improve clinical decision making, according to Art Papier, MD, CEO of VisualDx.
The Greater Buffalo United Accountable Healthcare Network (GBUAHN) and the Greater Buffalo United Independent Physician Association (GBUIPA) are teaming up with Rochester-based company VisualDx for better accuracy in diagnosing patients.
The Institute of Medicine — now called the National Academy of Medicine — last year put out a report saying that most Americans will fall victim to at least one “meaningful” diagnostic error in their lifetimes.
VisualDx announced today its next generation app is now available for iOS and Android devices. VisualDx is the first point of care diagnostic support system to be widely used, and has expanded to include diagnostic support across general medicine. The system speeds diagnosis, therapy decisions and patient education for emergency physicians, hospitalists and primary care clinicians worldwide.
[March 22, 2016] – iMedicalApps takes a look at the new version of VisualDx
MEDENT and VisualDx announce an agreement to provide VisualDx software within the MEDENT electronic medical record.
Accurate diagnosis at the point of care: that’s what patients expect and should receive. In line with National Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 13-19), VisualDx is announcing a new technology to advance diagnostic accuracy in the exam room. The number of diagnostic errors in the U.S. medical system is staggering, but there is an avenue to reduce this growing problem through point of care, visually-centric technology.