Clinician-patient-centric platform for patient education, engagement, and condition management
It's All About Conversations
Almost all healthcare decisions and actions are based on the clinical conversations that occur between doctors and their patients. These are conversations that decide the course of care, educate the patient on available options, affect the likelihood the patient will follow the plan, and ultimately affect the clinical outcomes and cost of care.
Visible Health is a collection of independent clinical tools sharing a common foundation and contributing to a rich, ongoing conversation stream between a clinician and their patient. The path to better outcomes starts with better health literacy and transparency, and patient education starts in the clinic.
More Engaged Patients
Helping your patients be more active in their care starts with sharing information. Simply put, more informed patients are better patients. And better patients make a better practice.
More Efficient Practice
Workflow-friendly tools that help you create clarity with your patients and proactively address questions and concerns save you time and make you more efficient.
Literacy and engagement leads to adherence and adherence leads to outcomes. And better outcomes delivered efficiently are our goal.
Clinical Conversation Tools
Visually communicate complex medical conditions and procedures with the swipe of a finger. Educate and empower your patients. Kick start your patient conversations. Learn more.
Ureteral Stent Tracker
Never lose another ureteral stent with our mobile and cloud stent tracking service developed in collaboration with Boston Scientific. Learn more.
Endoscopic Stent Tracker
Endoscopic stent case management and tracking system developed in collaboration with Boston Scientific, currently in limited release. Learn more.
Partners in Cultivating Conversations
Industry & Clinician
Effective conversations between industry (pharmaceutical, medical device, and diagnostics companies) and clinicians can greatly improve the awareness and adoption of products and services. Learn more about how digital tools can help break through some of the barriers to connecting with busy clinicians.Learn more
Industry & Patient
By helping provide digital tools to improve clinician-patient conversations, industry partners have a unique opportunity to engage patients in conversations tailored to their specific needs, improving the overall effectiveness and experience of their products.Learn more
Society & Clinician
The emergence of mobile healthcare has created a new opportunity for clinical societies to better serve their clinical membership by keeping them more informed, operationalizing practice guidelines, and providing useful clinical tools to help their everyday practice. Learn more about how we can help your society better serve your members.Learn more
How can we help?
Looking for something in particular for you or your practice? Are you a healthcare industry marketer looking for better ways to serve your clinical customers? Want to get involved in our mission? Let's talk about the future of patient education!
Recent Blog Posts
Aug 4, 2016 • Eric Hochhalter
I am proud to announce the release of the newest version of drawMD on all devices, to everyone! That’s right, we now have medical art for all our specialties available on tablets, phones, laptops, and desktops in a single app. The drawMD web app runs on Chrome, Safari, and Edge and we offer a mobile app for Android, with iOS and Surface soon to follow.
Feb 18, 2016 • John Cox
We are excited to announce the availability of version 2.0 of the Ureteral Stent TrackerTM, created in collaboration with Boston Scientific! The new version has incorporated feedback from our pilot users, who have tracked over 500 utereral stent cases over the last several months.
Feb 15, 2016 • Dan Greenfield
Dan Greenfield is co-founder of Health Space Design (www.healthspacedesign.com) and heads up marketing and business operations. He is a marketing strategist and business development executive with more than 20+ years of experience in politics and corporate America. He has organized more than a dozen conferences around the country on social media, which featured some of the world’s largest corporate brands and his articles have appeared in numerous marketing publications.
May 15, 2015 • Bernard Froidcoeur
We all know the saying “never leave your friends behind”. In the world of urology, ureteral stents are considered friends because they help clinicians and patients get through some tough times when it comes to ureteral obstruction. The problem is that 13% of the time, these stents are left behind or forgotten and subsequently removed later than the 6 month intended maximal removal window (Tech Urol. 2000 Sep;6(3):189-92.). At 6 months, 76% of stents have become encrusted, which leads to higher risk of infection and often times requires additional, more complicated procedures to remove the stent (Urology. 2003 Oct;62(4):622-6.).
May 13, 2015 • Matt Roth
Say “Hello!” to the newest member of the drawMD family, drawMD Gastroenterology! drawMD is used for visual communication of medical conditions and procedures during patient conversations. Use drawMD for patient education and counseling, to improve patient health literacy, and to improve communication in the clinic.
Dec 5, 2014 • Matt Roth
Our friends in the physician and clinician community at iMedicalApps have been longtime fans of the drawMD series of apps by Visible Health. We take great satisfaction in hearing from the front lines that drawMD is helping to make the most of the precious moments at the point-of-care for physicians, clinicians and their patients. Indeed, every moment counts.
Nov 10, 2014 • John Cox
Last week, east coast innovation reporter Stephanie Baum at Medcity News reported on a Research2guidance report on mHealth apps. It reveals that among 11 big pharmaceutical companies, 762 product-supporting apps have been developed and claim 6.6 million downloads.
Nov 8, 2014 • Matt Roth
Our client, GenomeDx, is getting noticed, and rightfully so. Forbes contributor Robert Szczerba writes about how advancements in genomic tests/data are improving cancer treatment decisions and mobile apps’ place in genomic testing. Better decisions are directly improving the quality of care provided to patients. Congratulations, Andy Katz & Co!
Nov 7, 2014 • Matt Roth
Average people become patients everyday, and everyday providers go to work treating them. The tools they reach for vary depending on the task, sometimes it’s a stethoscope and sometimes it’s a brochure for patient education, but more and more they’re reaching for apps, like drawMD. We don’t always hear about how or when drawMD is used, but occasionally we hear great stories from the front-lines of it being used at the point of care and the impact it can have on people’s lives. In the video below you’ll hear first hand experience from 4th year medical student Raja Narayan, MS4, MPH, about how drawMD can fit into, and improve, clinician workflow.