PreciseMDX’s new digital health platform intends to simplify everything for all users, from scheduling and check-in to coordinating on-site or at-home testing to results notification as well as reporting.
FREMONT, CA: PreciseMDX, the leading end-to-end digital health platform, released a cloud-based solution that automates and simplifies diagnostic testing, enabling labs to provide a transformative journey to providers and patients. PreciseMDX significantly improves connectivity between clinical labs, providers, and patients throughout the diagnostic testing process for any type of test.
Their first-of-its-kind digital health platform enables labs of any size to quickly and seamlessly set up the rapidly scalable, personalized digital experiences that providers and patients expect in this post-pandemic era when consumer adoption of virtual care has skyrocketed. The unexpected volume of COVID-19 testing has highlighted the costs and risks of manual data management. PreciseMDX replaces manual data entry with an automated, flexible end-to-end solution that integrates with any LIS or LIMS, allowing labs to scale their operations and streamline workflow, saving time and money.
“The scramble to ramp up testing during COVID-19, exposed a need in the healthcare industry for an automated diagnostic testing experience so that labs can scale rapidly, patients can have control over the process and receive results quickly, and providers can treat patients quicker with a faster, more connected system,” stated Mark Dorner, co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of PreciseMDX. “We saw this need and created a technology to completely transform the diagnostic testing experience to one that is automated, simple, and user friendly. Today, this is what patients expect.”
PreciseMDX intends to simplify everything for all users, from scheduling and check-in to coordinating on-site or at-home testing to results notification as well as reporting. Step-by-step user onboarding and easily customizable test order management software are delivered to labs via the cloud, allowing for deployment in days rather than weeks or months.
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