Apollo 17

A Space Program?

If you have been following me or pretty much any of the ReelDx team on Twitter then you have undoubtedly seen plenty of tweets referring to a space program. You have probably wondered why is ReelDx, a company dedicated to …

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ReelDx Use Case Idea 1: Let the patient start an encounter with asynchronous video

The popular model of telemedicine is synchronous – a patient calls a nurse, or starts an on-demand live session with a doctor via video chat of some sort. Rules and regulations are evolving to address an anticipated greater use of …

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ReelDx in Fast Company

ReelDx featured in Fast Company

In the Feb. 11, 2015 edition of fastcompany.com, Neal Ungerleider writes of ReelDx: “Based in Oregon, the two-year-old startup is the YouTube to Figure 1’s Instagram; users (primarily surgeons and other doctors) upload videos of procedures or conditions to …

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Reflections on the Patient Narrative (returning from Providence)

One of the groups proposing a definition of the patient narrative.

One of the groups proposing a definition of the patient narrative.

This past week I was part of an amazing group of people who assembled in Providence RI for two days to participate in a design studio around the concept …

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ReelDx at Tufts MedStart 2015

While the majority of Boston was digging out from #snowmaggedon2015 a group of brave developers, business leaders, innovators, and med students gathered at Tufts University to participate in MedStart 2015 (@MedStart_Tufts); an annual hackathon dedicated to tackling relevant …

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ReelDx and EMS World Announce Partnership to Publish Real-Life Patient Care Videos

PORTLAND, OR – Feb. 5, 2015 – ReelDx, a pioneer of real-patient video in medical education, and EMS World, the leading provider of cutting-edge medical education for the EMS community, today announced a partnership to publish real-patient video …

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