Visiontree is pleased to announce it has been awarded '2018 Company of the Year - Patient Engagement' by Healthcare Tech Outlook. Visiontree was selected as the leading company among the 'Top 10 Patient Engagement provider solutions' announced today in the August 2018 publication.
A panel of experts, technology leaders and board members of Healthcare Tech Outlook magazine reviewed market leading solutions delivering patient engagement technology and ranked the top 10 technology providers for delivering value-based healthcare.
"We take pride in honoring Visiontree as 'Company of the Year - 2018 Patient Engagement' for providing innovative outcomes driven, patient engagement solutions that are revolutionizing the way patient care is delivered while reducing healthcare costs."
Since being founded in 2003, Visiontree Software, Inc., based in San Diego, CA, has been building and delivering patient-centered solutions to improve patient and provider communication, improve and track patient reported outcomes and connect specialty healthcare communities. The Visiontree Optimal Care™ (VTOC), cloud-based platform pioneered shared decision making solutions and evolved to a robust, modular and interoperable enterprise solution delivering outcomes-driven patient engagement.
VTOC's SaaS platform features libraries of standards-based electronic forms and pathway templates, which are available to report on an array of medical conditions between the patient and their care team. Users can access these forms across many different types of devices in an effort to lower the barriers for patients to interact the forms and their data to ultimately take an active role in their care.
"We are excited to be part of the healthcare system transformation on a global level to assist with more informed patient / provider decision making and outcomes trends across patient populations. Visiontree is proud to be providing an internationalized platform that can connect disparate clinical systems, connect patients to their providers throughout their treatment pathway for shared decision making, benchmarking integrated research and care delivery."
Visiontree reports impressive metrics highlighting how this platform can improve systems that can often be frustrating for patients and medical teams alike. With over a decade in clinical use, VTOC is now implemented at 600+ sites globally, including 17 of the top 20 U.S. News and World Report hospitals, 400+ cancer centers and 2.5M+ patients users.
VTOC has documented proven results in patient engagement in the clinical and research workflows to save time while improving the quality of care. This includes up to 20% reduction in non-urgent phone calls, up to 30% improvement in missed appointments, over 30% increased patient satisfaction, and over 40% improved compliance for capturing longitudinal electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) as compared with paper. The VTOC application can be accessed from any browser-based computer or mobile device and provides a completely paperless, patient-centered end-to-end workflow solution for patient reported outcomes data collection and reporting.
Over the next few months, Visiontree will continue to expand globally in Europe, Australasia, Brazil and Canada, for a total of 12 counties and 15+ languages. The company has developed a strong focus in the areas of oncology, neuro/spine and orthopaedic surgery, cardiology and behavioral health.
Visiontree Software, Inc., a Brainlab company, is a leader in cloud-based, patient-centered health electronic medical records, communication and population health data management systems. The Visiontree Optimal Care (VTOC) outcomes platform is MACRA compliant as a modular EHR and implemented at over 600 sites with 2.5M+ patient records in 15+ languages.
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 17 of the top 20 U.S. News and World Report hospitals.