Doctors do not prescribe drugs to their patients without robust clinical evidence. We believe the same should be applied to technology.
Our peer reviewed, evidence-based research has shown statistically significant results, which alongside our approach, has led to developments in national policies.
Examining the impact of an asynchronous communication platform versus existing communication methods: an observational studyRead More
Which method of communication among surgical professionals leads to better outcomes in the diagnosis of patients: a secure smartphone app or a phone call?Read More
Time–motion analysis examining of the impact of Medic Bleep, an instant messaging platform, versus the traditional pagerRead More
Improving operational efficiency for patients with Medic BleepRead More
Many entrepreneurs live by Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg’s moto of “Move fast and break things.” (1) It aptly captures how entrepreneurs regard disruption: more is always better. There is a race to put products into…Read More
50 million patient records were shared from Ascension to Google recently (1). This has brought about a Federal enquiry into whether HIPAA protections have been fully followed.Read More