Doctella provides patients with a voice in their own healthcare
Sunnyvale, Calif. September 14, 2016. Doctella.com, a web and mobile-based platform will be demonstrating its new paradigm for patient-centered outcomes management at the 2016 Stanford Medicine X Conference in Stanford, California. Doctella understands that true patient engagement involves focusing on the needs and desires of the patient. Doctella’s CEO and Co-Founder, Amer Haider, is excited to unveil the new Smartlist framework designed from the patient perspective.
Medicine X is a highly respected healthcare innovation conference that promotes revolutionizing healthcare and medicine. Individuals from all over the world come to showcase their new technology and to see new innovations of others. It is the only conference that encourages their attendees to lead as healthcare rebels. Medicine X is uniquely known for allowing not only healthcare providers to attend, but also patients. The distinctive combination is a powerful technique for creating a platform for new ideas about the future of medicine.
Engaged patients have better outcomes and cost less than their non engaged counterparts. True patient engagement involves focusing on the needs and desires of the patient. While many potential solutions exist in today’s market, to date no solution has successfully focused on the patient while achieving broad acceptance from the physician community. Doctella is the first web and mobile-based platform to improve and enrich the patient-physician interaction. Doctella Checklists were developed by patient-safety experts at Johns Hopkins, with answers provided by the individual treating physicians. Doctella Smartlists are designed to be doctor-specific and condition/procedure specific questions and answers that are customizable by each doctor so patients receive tailored care for their specific needs. This separates Doctella from other digital solutions that use generic content.
Doctella helps healthcare systems deliver and manage processes for patients who play a critical role in managing costs and risks. The product is developed by leading researchers from Johns Hopkins and at other leading institutions. For more information please visit www.Doctella.com
Doctella will be demonstrating its solution in the Device Demo Tent. To setup a private demonstration and meeting please contact Mary Lodenkemper at firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctella.com is a digital health startup founded at Johns Hopkins by Dr. Peter Pronovost, Dr. Adil Haider and Amer Haider. The product is developed by leading researchers from Johns Hopkins and at other leading institutions. Doctella provides a patient-centered outcomes management platform to improve the culture and communication process between doctors 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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