VisualDx is the only tool designed to help you answer diagnostic questions as you work, redefining “diagnostic support” for more accurate, informed decision making at the point of care. Your users can input patient-specific findings and build a custom differential in real time with the patient.
Concise, peer-reviewed content designed for the point of care.
Build patient-specific custom differentials in seconds.
VisualDx content is created by a team of doctors with over 100 physician editors contributing to the peer-reviewed, evidence-based content.
Integrates into the electronic health record that helps clinicians make confident, accurate diagnoses.
Engage with patients via patient handouts and pictures for over 200 top diagnoses.
VisualDx covers all of general medicine and specialties including: Infectious Diseases, Occupational Health, Dermatology, Drug Reactions, Emergency Medicine, Eye and Oral Health
A simple, step-by-step process guides the user to develop and deliver the most accurate, informed diagnosis and to add or adjust additional findings at any time.
A picture is worth a better diagnosis
Leveraging our comprehensive image library of skin conditions, our deep knowledge base, and machine learning, VisualDx provides the primary care practitioner the help needed to recognize, understand, and treat skin conditions.
A global, critical need is to improve the recognition of skin. Up to 25% of all primary care visits involve a skin complaint. These providers are ill-equipped to handle these complaints and there are not enough dermatologists to handle the case load.
DermExpert incorporates Apple’s renowned ease-of-use technology with VisualDx’s unparalleled differential diagnosis aid. After a clinician takes a picture of the patient’s skin, DermExpert immediately identifies the skin lesion morphology, which is critical to making a more accurate diagnosis at the point of care.
VisualDx has long been on the forefront of medical innovation and is now integrating artificial intelligence to improve skin condition recognition. Thanks to Apple’s Core ML, the analyzing of skin conditions can occur right on the phone, ensuring privacy without discounting accuracy.
VisualDx is a useful and powerful tool - a must-have software for all general practitioners. It gives me the information I need at the point of care to avoid misdiagnosis and avoid unnecessary tests and prescriptions. By simply entering the patients' findings, I can quickly see what other symptoms to look for, what questions to ask, and then the software guides me to a differential diagnosis right in front of the patient.
As a board-certified emergency medicine physician practicing in two hospitals that collectively see over 90,000 patients per year, VisualDx has become part of my daily practice. The ability to immediately sift through patient presentations and develop a concise list of possibilities with images for visual comparison is essential to the practice of medicine.
Clinicians save up to 26 minutes per day when using VisualDx
(full write-ups on 1,500+ diseases)
Images of disease or clinical guidance on therapy, risk management, drug reactions and more.
Institutions that are using VisualDx Worldwide
VisualDx is an internationally recognized award-winning diagnostic clinical decision support system. VisualDx combines clinical search with the world's best medical image library, plus medical knowledge from experts to help with diagnosis, treatment, self-education, and patient communication. Expanding to provide diagnostic decision support across general medicine, the new VisualDx brings increased speed and accuracy to the art of diagnosis. See how VisualDx works in the videos section.
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VisualDx is used all over the world and has received numerous KLAS Awards. These demonstrate the great strides being made by VisualDx in the clinical decision support sector.