Bright.md Adds Major Healthcare System to Roster of Virtual Care Customers

Bright.md, developer of a virtual care solution to improve healthcare efficiencies and outcomes, has just implemented its SmartExam software tool at Adventist Health.

If you’re not familiar, Adventist Health, based in Roseville, Calif., is a major West Coast healthcare delivery system, with hospitals, clinics and ancillary services in four states.

We’re told that it has initially implemented the software for use with patients in Oregon.

SmartExam acts as a virtual physician’s assistant, enabling primary care providers to deliver efficient remote care, cut costs and improve patient outcomes. Using SmartExam, patients get care from providers at their own trusted health system using a mobile phone or computer. The intelligent software dynamically interviews patients, using answers to gather more information and support providers in the care delivery process.

“SmartExam helps physicians remotely deliver high-quality care, diagnosing and treating patients in a matter of minutes. That’s far less time than the typical 20-minute in-office visit, which also requires patients to travel to and from a doctor’s office,” said Ray Costantini, MD, CEO and co-founder of Bright.md. “The software’s built-in artificial intelligence enables it to dynamically interview patients and gather evidence-based information, which makes the virtual visit with their primary care doctors far more efficient and affordable. We look forward to a continued partnership with Adventist Health and to providing the technology and support they need to enhance the quality and experience of care for their patients.”

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