3D4Medical launches new app to enhance patient consultations
3D4Medical has launched a new app, ‘Complete Ortho’ which allows the health care professional to consult with the patient in a whole new way, educating them at every step of their orthopedic health care journey in high quality 3D and all across a fully HIPAA-compliant platform.
The app is part of a new suite of clinical solutions that will cover areas such as orthopedics, cardiology, internal medicine and trauma.
“We’re thrilled to add the Complete Ortho range to our product offering. As we have had Complete Ortho ready for the hospital setting for a long time now it is great to finally get it into the hands of both healthcare professionals and the general public. We look forward to the positive impact it will make across the world,” John Moore, ceo and founder of 3D4Medical, said.
Complete Ortho streamlines and enhances the entire healthcare professional / patient consultation process, allowing the healthcare professional to take their patient through the entire orthopedic concern with the aid of ground-breaking 3D technology and animations, from the anatomy of the troubling region, the possible pathologies related to the concern in question, the potentially beneficial or appropriate procedures, and any additional information that might be relevant.
The patient is better engaged and empowered as the step-by-step process allows for a far greater level of understanding than those achieved by traditional methods.
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If the patient so wishes, the healthcare professional can email a summary of their information, including the 3D animations, to them in the form of a digital consultation for their review on any device.
“Complete Ortho is a significant advancement in engaging patients,” Maurice Neligan, director of orthopedic surgery at Ireland’s Beacon Hospital said.
3D4Medical has grown significantly in the past 18 months, as the company expands its operations and product offering.
Headquartered in Dublin, with over 100 employees, its offering of 3D technology for the medical sector disrupts traditional methods of medical education through revolutionary applications that provide high-quality accessible 3D medical information at their fingertips.
To-date the company’s apps have had over 12 million downloads worldwide, including leading education and clinical organisations.