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Our Evidence-based Research

Patient Education
Patient Understanding

Majority of patients don't understand and remember the information covered in their informed consent process. Video-based education proves to improve understand more than any other method.

Worse Outcomes
Patient Outcomes

Good patient-provider communication is linked with decreased remittances, hospital stays, and better dieses management.

Patient Behavior
Patient Satisfaction

Video-based education has been shown to align patient expectations, increase satisfaction scores and reimbursements.

Health Literacy
Patient Preferences

Video decision support tools improve patient preferences more than written or verbal narratives.

Language
Language Barriers

Our products are multilingual because patient understanding, adherence and satisfaction is worse for ESL and low literacy patients.

Provider
Provider Time

The average physician spends 15 minutes per consent. We are automating this process so that providers can focus on high quality patient care.

Legal Risk
Legal Risk

90% of malpractice claims include improper informed consent as a secondary factor. It is the primary cause in 6% of litigation cases.

Workflow Disruption
Operating Room Delays

The average hospital spends $580k per year on operating room delays related to misplaced consent forms.

Lower Reimbursement
Lower Reimbursement

The average hospital spend $100k per year on printing and scanning.

Sources

  1. Schenker Y, Fernandez A, Sudore R, Schillinger D. Interventions to Improve Patient Comprehension in Informed Consent for Medical and Surgical Procedures: A Systematic Review. Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making. 2011;31(1):151-173. doi:10.1177/0272989X10364247.
  2. Hall DE, Prochazka AV, Fink AS. Informed consent for clinical treatment. CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2012;184(5):533–540.
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  7. Denny MC, Vahidy F, Vu KY, et al. Video-based educational intervention associated with improved stroke literacy, self-efficacy, and patient satisfaction. PloS one. 2017;12(3):e0171952.
  8. Volandes, Angelo E. et al. “Randomized controlled trial of a video decision support tool for cardiopulmonary resuscitation decision making in advanced cancer.” Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology 31 3 (2013): 380-6; n=150
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  10. Wilson E, Chen AH, Grumbach K, Wang F, Fernandez A. Effects of Limited English Proficiency and Physician Language on Health Care Comprehension. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2005;20(9):800-806. doi:10.1111/j 1525-1497.2005.0174.x.
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  13. Kiss CG, Richter-Mueksch S, Stifter E, Diendorfer-Radner G, Velikay-Parel M, Radner E. Informed consent and decision making by cataract patients. Arch Ophthalmol 2004; 122:94–98.
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  15. O’Hara, R. Electronic Support for Patient Decisions: Automating and Integrating the Informed Consent Process. Presented at the 21st Annual TEPR Conference, Salt Lake City, May 14-15, 2005.

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