VitalHub is building on its success in redefining how doctors access patient data by partnering with Box, which announced 13 new partnerships with companies, including VitalHub.
Together, their technology will work across web and mobile devices to help healthcare organizations work with, share and collaborate using information.
Invented at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital in the IT Department, VitalHub was created to effectively manage patient data through a platform allowing clinicians to rapidly access comprehensive, relevant patient information gathered from multiple disparate clinical information systems.
The VitalHub Server platform sits on top of whatever clinical enterprise systems the hospital, community physician practice or healthcare organization already has in place.
VitalHub joins Box with a workflow automation application that provides users with a single unified, intuitive interface into multiple clinical systems. Among Box’s 100 healthcare customers, SSM Health Care, Cyberonics and Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions are just a few using Box to manage and secure critical information, coordinate care and streamline research.
The platform apps for healthcare will be accessible via the Box App Marketplace later this year.
For more information on the announcement, visit the Box blog.
Posted by Kailee Travis, writer and communications assistant.