The Pennsylvania FQHC Support Initiative

Mobilizing Community Health


We’re bringing VisualDx, our clinical support knowledge system, to physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants at federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs) in the state of Pennsylvania.

Here’s what you can do with VisualDx:

  • Get immediate answers with specialty-level knowledge at your fingertips.
  • See variations of disease to solve challenging diagnoses.
  • Build patient confidence in your diagnosis through shared images and information.
  • Improve diagnostic accuracy. Improve patient outcomes.

Your Smartphone Gets Even Smarter With DermExpert™

Get personalized, private patient guidance for skin problems in seconds with this add-on artificial intelligence for dermatology feature.

Build a custom differential based on a chief complaint or snap a picture and let the machine learning analyze your image.
DermExpert will analyze your photo to determine the possibilities using sophisticated machine learning technology.
This confirms the lesion type while simultaneously training clinicians in the language of the skin exam.
The guided workup helps build a meaningful differential.
DermExpert helps you broaden your differential and make better clinical decisions quickly using our tab format.

Since the patients who seek care at FQHCs have mostly Medicaid or are uninsured, live in an underserved community, and don’t have the time or capital to seek specialty level care, VisualDx is a tool that empowers FQHC providers to bring specialty level information to their patients’ healthcare journey.

—Dr. Bolanle Limann, Chief Medical Officer, Hamilton Health Center

Request More Information

About VisualDx

VisualDx is a healthcare informatics company headquartered in Rochester, NY. VisualDx began in public health over 20 years ago assisting the CDC and state, city, and county public health departments with bio-preparedness following the spread of anthrax in the US mail.  Its strategy then, and now, is “dual use.”

Learn about our EHR integrations here.