Students must have access to technologies and leadership training that ensures that they become health professionals who provide care that is reflective, inclusive, and equitable.
-Dr. Langell, Northeast Ohio Medical University
More than 2,300 hospitals and healthcare institutions rely on VisualDx to improve diagnostic accuracy, enhance medical education, and engage patients in their treatment and care.
In a published study conducted at UCLA-Harbor Medical Center and University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital, physicians using VisualDx were over 4 times more likely to suggest the correct diagnosis for patients admitted to the hospital for serious infections. Without VisualDx, admitting physicians made diagnostic errors 28% of the time. These errors can lead to overprescribing of antibiotics and increased patient risk of hospital-acquired infections.