Austin, Texas-based DocbookMD announced that after perfecting its secure, mobile communication platform, it is now poised to be the de facto connection for any third party that relies on quick access to physicians.
DocbookMD plans to expand clinical integrations to care coordination technologies, health plans and health information exchanges.Already directly connecting with healthcare services like radiology, labs and answering services via their API, DocbookMD now plans to expand clinical integrations to other arenas, such as care coordination technologies, health plans and health information exchanges.
“Unlike some health communication apps that focus on monetizing physician data, DocbookMD is the first mobile health app focused 100% on linking physicians to the rest of the healthcare world. While other technologies focus on gathering and documenting patient data, DocbookMD has captured the attention and trust of physicians in a way others have not been able to. It is more important now than ever to keep physicians at the center of patient care, and DocbookMD gives them an easy way to do just that,” says Dr. Tim Gueramy, MD, CEO and Co-Founder of DocbookMD. “By bringing all of these technologies together in one single dashboard, we make it easy for physicians to respond quickly to urgent matters that will ultimately speed up bottlenecks in healthcare delivery.”
The DocbookMD dashboard brings a host of connections, all in a HIPAA-secure package, including urgent messages from colleagues, reports from lab and radiology departments on STAT and critical values, answering service messages, real-time communication with care team members, and integrated care coordination.