VisualDx combines problem-oriented clinical search with the world’s best curated medical image library, plus medical knowledge from experts to help with differential diagnosis, variation, treatment, and patient communication. The software platform seamlessly integrates into the electronic health record to improve clinical decisions and enhance the clinical workflow.
The SMART® on FHIR® integration extracts the sex, age, medications, and problem lists from the patient’s record. This information is used to construct a list of patient-specific differential diagnoses and medications with clinical content available in VisualDx. The clinician can immediately access curated, peer-reviewed clinical information and images to provide an accurate diagnosis at the point of care.
- A pediatrician sees a young girl with a rash. She starts a workup, adds findings and reviews the custom differential diagnosis. The doctor then confirms her diagnosis by reviewing the diagnostic possibilities.
- An emergency medicine resident’s patient is vomiting so he looks at the patient’s medications and finds a new naproxen prescription. He clicks through to see what medication reactions naproxen may cause, confirms the diagnosis, and looks up treatment options.
- A family medicine doctor looks up a disease from the problem list, reviews the medical images and better understands therapy options.
- The provider shares images and disease information via the patient handouts to build confidence and strengthen the patient-clinician relationship.
Compatible with Powerchart
Latest version: December 19. Bug fixes.
"VisualDx within SMART on FHIR gives me the decision support I need to provide my patients with the best care possible. Because VisualDx pulls the patient’s age, sex, medications, and problem list, I can quickly understand any potential drug reactions by viewing a differential of possibilities. I can also read up on the patient’s problem list to understand therapy options, management pearls, and more. VisualDx is just the kind of intelligence needed in the electronic health record to improve diagnostic accuracy and enhance patient care."
Louis Krenn, MD, CMIO, Cox Health
Build a Differential Diagnosis
Begin building a custom differential starting with a list of findings from the patient record. Select a chief complaint and then be guided with a smart workup to best narrow the diagnostic possibilities.
Investigate possible adverse reactions to a patient’s medications with a simple click. Quickly review the diagnostic possibilities caused by the patient’s medications.
Look up clinical information and images for current and past diagnoses from the patient’s problem list.
Visualize medications and diagnoses from start to end dates to quickly understand potential adverse events.