MDLIVE Inc., a virtual healthcare provider, today announced a strategic and landmark partnership with CoxHealth. As part of the partnership, MDLIVE’s virtual care platform will be seamlessly integrated into CoxHealth’s existing digital framework to optimize the virtual care experience for both consumers and providers across the state of Missouri. CoxHealth will leverage MDLIVE’s holistic virtual experience to better support the many complexities and systems involved in providing virtual care.
CoxHealth/MDLIVE Integration Benefits
CoxHealth serves more than 25 counties in Southwest Missouri, offering a comprehensive array of primary and specialty care through six hospitals and more than 80 clinics. As part of the integration, CoxHealth will leverage MDLIVE’s platform to improve access to quality care and convenience for CoxHealth consumers. The team will directly integrate MDLIVE’s platform into the health system’s EHRs (Electronic Health Records) and physician workflows to deliver a more streamlined and comprehensive virtual care experience for both consumers and providers.
By driving virtual care workflows directly from their EHRs, CoxHealth can eliminate gaps in healthcare caused by relying on patients to recall and input their own medical history prior to consulting with a physician. Through MDLIVE’s artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities, providers will be able to streamline operations and be better equipped with more accurate and up-to-date medical information to efficiently meet consumer needs and deliver the best possible patient experience.
Why It Matters
“CoxHealth’s partnership with MDLIVE aligns with our mission to improve the healthcare of our community by delivering the most comprehensive and highest quality care to our patients on their terms,” said Dr. Louis Krenn, Medical Director of Ambulatory Clinical Practice Efficiency. “We chose MDLIVE based on their track record of driving world-class consumer and clinician experience, as well as their ability to seamlessly integrate their platform within our Electronic Health Records (EHRs).”