SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VMDOC announces today the official launch of their new service, a secure cloud-based app that bridges the gap between doctor and patient.
In a 2014 OCR HIPAA Audit, only 11% of all audited entities were compliant*. After two years of stealth development, VMDOC currently serves as the HIPAA-compliant communication platform for private practices in the Bay Area and plans to expand their reach to the rest of California and the US in the future. With a comprehensive suite of healthcare communication and management tools, VMDOC offers access to medical records from any device to ensure that the healthcare provider has as much information as possible regardless of the circumstance or location.
VMDOC’s unique features include:
- Appointment Booking and Reminders - Schedule appointments and receive reminders from any device
- Health Maintenance Reminders - For lab tests, colonoscopy, medication intake, etc.
- Physician Referral - Physicians can send lab, pharmacy, and specialist referrals at the click of a button
- Wellness Monitor & Red Alert -Tracks a patient’s vitals and alerts the physician when vitals are abnormal
- Physician Network - A central location for physicians to share notes on patients
- MedQR® - A personalized QR code that links to patient’s medical records
“After seeing the time my staff and I saved, I was sold. Overall, it has been very easy to use and makes my workload more manageable,” stated Dr. Neeraj Kochhar, a family practitioner in Los Gatos, CA. To read more, view his blog here.
For more information on how VMDOC disrupts the way doctors and patients communicate, visit our website.
VMDOC®’s mission is to improve communication between doctor and patient by offering a secure cloud-based platform that empowers the patient to take control of their health by giving them control over their medical records and appointment booking from any device, and allows physicians to connect with patients in real-time.
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*OCR Audits of HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Phase 2, March 31, 2014