This week, Bright.md announced a new and unique customer deployment with Vancouver-based MyCare MedTech, marking its initial expansion into the global marketplace. Until now, the company’s SmartExam platform has been implemented exclusively by traditional brick and mortar healthcare systems like Providence Health & Services, Presbyterian Health Systems and Rush University. However MyCare MedTech tapped Bright.md to enhance its own existing virtual platform, dubbed GOeVisit.
SmartExam enables users to connect with medical practitioners via any smart device to be treated for 400+ minor illnesses and injuries, leveraging AI to conduct clinical interviews and identify low acuity common conditions more efficiently. In fact, most virtual visits can be conducted in two minutes or less.
“The decision to move to this platform was an easy one; it is a superior service that allows us to continue to offer Canadians a unique way to gain access to medical care.” said Liz Bryant, Chief Operating Officer at GOeVisit. “GOeVisit SmartExam is a user-friendly service that has the ability to keep pace with and integrate new and improved technologies in the coming years. We are confident it will outperform all existing virtual healthcare platforms in the market today.”
SmartExam’s artificial intelligence capabilities act as a virtual physician’s assistant, dynamically conducting a clinical interview and using the patients’ answers to gather relevant information to support medical providers in the delivery of virtual care.
It provides Canadians with quality care that is private, secure, fast, affordable and convenient. Accessible from anywhere and any device, SmartExam is fully-automated, meaning prescriptions are sent to a pharmacy of choice and the patient summary is sent directly to the patient via a secure link.
“With GOevisit SmartExam, we wanted to offer virtual care that provides a high-quality experience for both the patient and the clinician, and allows for continuous improvement,” said Dr. Raj Attariwala, Medical Director of AIM Medical Imaging and Medical Director of GOeVisit. “Medical technology doesn’t stand still, and neither can we.”
Canadians have been receiving care via GOeVisit SmartExam since the beginning of July, joining the millions of healthcare consumers already experiencing the benefits of SmartExam from leading healthcare systems around the United States.