Press Release

UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health: Growing VTOC Adoption for Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes Measures

July 27, 2015

VisionTree®, a leader in cloud-based, patient reported outcomes, patient engagement, population health and multi-center research/registry solutions, announced today via social media that UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health continues to grow its adoption of the VisionTree Optimal Care (VTOC) v4.1 platform with electronic, longitudinal patient reported outcomes data collection and reporting for its quality initiatives.

Please visit UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health to learn more about its world renowned oncology program.

Enjoyed our day w/ @OrlandoHealth moving adoption of the VTOC #patientportal forward for patient reported outcomes & better quality of care.

Posted by VisionTree on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Enjoyed our day w/ @OrlandoHealth moving adoption of the VTOC #patientportal forward for patient reported outcomes & better quality of care.

Posted by VisionTree on Tuesday, July 28, 2015

To learn more about how VTOC can improve your compliance for collecting electronic patient reported outcomes and be an integral component of your Meaningful Use, value-based healthcare quality outcomes, population health and multi-center research/registry initiatives, please contact us at: healthcare@visiontree.com or set-up a specific webinar time for your organization at: webinars@visiontree.com


About VisionTree®

VisionTree Software, Inc. is a leader in cloud-based, patient-centered health electronic medical records, communication and population health data management systems. The VisionTree Optimal Care (VTOC) patient data management and workflow platform is MACRA compliant as a modular EHR and implemented at over 600 sites with 2.5M+ patients.

The VTOC platform is used for multi-center research, registries and population health initiatives across multiple domains. VisionTree's customer base consists of leading academic and community centers, research organizations and medical societies globally including 8 of the top 10 U.S. News and World Report hospitals.