ReelDx Use Case Idea 2: Allow the patient or provider to record encounters

The following scenario is probably familiar to anyone who has experienced a serious health crisis:

For weeks things haven’t felt right. You went to your primary care physician, and she got a puzzled look on her face when presented with

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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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Reflections on the Patient Narrative (returning from Providence)

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 of the patient narrative in healthcare.

These people – artists, doctors, …

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Patient Narrative and Asynchronous Video

The good folks at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation have invited ReelDx to participate in a design workshop on “Narrative in Healthcare” in Providence, RI the first week of February.

Narrative Based Medicine (as described, for example, in this piece

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ReelDx and Oregon EMS for Children Program Announce Partnership to Publish Videos from Emergency Medical Responders

PORTLAND, OR – June 24, 2014 – ReelDx, the leading provider of real-patient video, today launched the first online library of real-patient video case studies designed to train emergency medical first-responders. The project is sponsored by the Oregon Emergency …

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ReelDx, McKesson, and the dynamics of healthcare innovation

Better Health Portland shortUSNews

ReelDx was featured in a USNews article about  McKesson’s recent “Better Health Tour”.  We were a proud participant in the first stop of this tour in Portland. McKesson designated us an “Edison” company and provided a great opportunity to …

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