One preventable death is too many. Doctella offers a solution for enabling patient-centered care.
Sunnyvale, Calif. January 26, 2016. Doctella.com, a web and mobile resource for patients and families, attended the 4th Annual World Patient Safety, Science and Technology Summit at Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort and Spa in Dana Point, California. The summit audience included more than 300 leaders from the hospital, healthcare, technology, public policy, and patient advocacy communities. Former President Bill Clinton delivered this year’s keynote address. Doctella’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer attended the event.
Doctella.com is an electronic patient and family engagement platform that is designed to reduce medical errors, improve patient satisfaction and lower costs. Our patient-centered approach allows patients to become better partners with their healthcare team and be more satisfied with their care. Simply put, Doctella helps patients ask the right questions. Doctella is your partner from your first appointment until recovery after your surgery. Our checklists are available for patients and families to download today via the free Doctella mobile app and online at www.doctella.com
Doctella.com is a digital health startup founded at Johns Hopkins by Dr. Peter Pronovost, Dr. Adil Haider and Amer Haider. The product is deployed at Johns Hopkins and at other leading institutions and is being used by thousands today.
Doctella is a patient-centered platform to improve the culture and communication process between physicians and patients. For doctors, Doctella reduces preventable harm, improves patient experience, and improves efficiency. For patients, Doctella is a simple way to get the right information from their doctor at the right time. See http://www.doctella.com/ to start your journey to better, safer care.
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