Achieving real informed consent through Intelligent Video Animation.
With medudoc doctors can create personalized videos to educate their patients about a procedure.
Developed together with physicians and enabled by beneficial digital technology, we demonstrate an increase in patients' understanding of their medical intervention.
Comments of real doctors about our solution:
"Seventy years after the founding of the first anesthesiological societies, the provision of information and education for patients is practically unchanged. A digital change in form, function, and content can be carried out easily, quickly, and very flexibly with the medudoc solution.
Such a relief and making daily work easier and increasing quality - for informed consent!"
Bastian Grande, PD, MD, Senior Consultant, Institut of Anaesthesiology, University Hospital Zurich
Benefits for healthcare professionals and clinics
Our algorithm automatically creates a video stream for the upcoming medical procedure that can be easily edited and sent to the patient.
Doctors can skip the profane paperwork.
Video as the standard for patient education enables healthcare professionals to have meaningful interactions with patients.
Underlying concerns and barriers may be uncovered.
Lost or incomplete documentation can be a source for legal litigation. medudoc digitally stores informed consent proof and makes it demonstrable.
Our sound algorithm protects from wrong or insufficient patient information.
medudoc tailors and standardizes video content for the individual patient with a proven process and algorithm.
Higher rates of understanding in patients leaves them feeling confident and empowered.
Every planned medical procedure requires a minimum of one informed consent session between a doctor and the patient.
Often, this takes more than 30 minutes. medudoc automates the majority of this process in a meaningful way.
Triage in video
Our videos are reviewed and revised by a minimum of three different and qualified healthcare professionals from three different hospitals.
More than just
a video provider
medudoc is committed to making personalized video-based education the standard in patient education.
Developed by physicians for physicians from the respective medical departments.
100% data protection compliant according to DSGVO.
For publication our educational videos must achieve an 80% overall comprehension rate for in patient testing.
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