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The interest in mobile health (mHealth) shows no signs of waning. That goes for both patients and doctors. A 2016 survey found that patients want more digital health tools from their doctors: 59 percent of all health-insured patients surveyed, and 70 percent of millennials, said they would choose a primary care doctor who offers a mobile app (allowing patients to make appointments, see bills, view health data, etc.) over one that does not.Read More

Visuals have the ability to transcend language barriers and make information more accessible. For the past year, Rendia’s interactive anatomy software, Exam Mode, has been helping doctors have better, more efficient conversations with their patients by visualizing complex anatomy. Exam Mode lets you fly in and out of anatomy in a nonlinear way, so that you can illustrate ideas in the way that fits to your workflow.

Now we’re taking that freedom to the next level by making Exam Mode mobile, so you don’t need to be in front of a computer to use it. Introducing Exam Mode for iPad: letting you bring powerful interactive anatomy with you, wherever the conversation takes you.Read More

With more doctors nearing retirement and newer doctors increasingly choosing nonclinical careers, many medical practices are looking to non-physician providers (NPPs) to fill the gaps. But there’s another reason to consider hiring “physician extenders” like nurse practitioners and physician assistants: evidence shows they can make a significant difference in improving your patients’ experience—and reduce costs. Here’s how.Read More