Doctella Demos at the 9th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference

80% of medical errors involve communication problems between healthcare professionals. Doctella offers doctors, hospitals, and patients a simple way to reduce medical errors and improve patient engagement and education with proven concepts.
Sunnyvale, Calif. August 5, 2015., a web and mobile resource for patients and families, announced Doctella will demoing at the 9thAnnual Health 2.0 Fall Conference in Silicon Valley, California on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 from 10:45-11:45am in the session Continuous Care:  Platforms for Patient-Provider Communication. is used by surgeons, hospitals and payers to deliver interactive questions and answers to patients and families. 
Health 2.0 promotes, showcases and catalyzes new technologies in health care.  They have introduced over 500 technology companies to the world stage and have hosted more than 15,000 attendees at their conferences and code-a-thons. 
Doctella will be demonstrating a simple way to improve patient engagement and patient safety by using proven concepts.  Our checklists and Patient Passport enables patients to become better partners with their healthcare team and be more satisfied with their care.  Patients and families can download free Doctella checklists and use these specializedchecklists to better communicate with their doctor, before, during and even after their hospital stay. The Doctella checklists are designed to help improve the patient experience, reduce medical errors, prevent harm and reduce costs. The Doctella checklists are available via the free Doctella mobile app and online at
If you are interested in setting up a private demonstration and meeting please contact Mary Lodenkemper at
Contact information:
Phone: 408-898-2693

Doctella is a cloud-based, SaaS electronic patient and family engagement platform that is designed to reduce medical errors, improve patient satisfaction and lower costs.  Doctella is created by medical experts from Johns Hopkins, patient advocates and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. is operated and owned by Patient Doctor Technologies, Inc. and is headquartered in Silicon Valley. The company’s content team in Baltimore works closely with Johns Hopkins Medicine through its content license with Johns Hopkins.Doctella is free to use for patients. See to start your journey to better, safer care.
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