EDoc4u Receives Patent for Population Health Management Technology - KOAM TV 7

EDoc4u Receives Patent for Population Health Management Technology

NASHVILLE, TN / ACCESSWIRE / July 16, 2014 / eDoc4u, a leading provider of web-based solutions to better engage patients in both preventive and chronic healthcare, announced today it has been granted a patent for its population health management technology. This technology provides a system that automatespreventive medicine and standard of care recommendations, coordination and tracking of recommendation implementation, and the physician-patient communication involved in accomplishing these services.

“Our patent protection has significant implications for meeting the meaningful use requirements and accountable care as physicians begin to focus on quality outcomes over the next few years,” said Ryan Bosch MD FACP MBA, Founder of eDoc4u. “Automating personalized programs to evaluate and engage patients to improve their health becomes critical as we look to improve both the efficiencies and effectiveness of healthcare.” “eDoc4u has been involved in innovative clinical practice transformation initiatives for several years, and this patent protection extends our competitive position in the ambulatory market”, said Richard Smith, President of eDoc4u. “Moreover, eDoc4u’s NCQA certified solution addresses many of the labor intensive demands that have previously hampered quality care improvements.”

About eDoc4u

eDoc4u is a division of ConduIT Corporation based in Nashville, Tennessee. Since 2002 eDoc4u has provided integrated preventive care web services to millions through benefit plans, health plans, health providers, and pharmacy benefit managers. Its products empower patients and employees to optimize health by improving the quality and delivery of preventive care through “high tech, high touch” medical web strategies. The eDoc4u team includes Board-certified internal medicine physicians who believe that research-proven standards of preventive medicine offer the best way to improve the health of individual patients, employer groups and communities. To learn more about eDoc4u, please visit http://www.edoc4u.com/.


Richard Smith


SOURCE: ConduIT Corporation

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