Medical Avatar created a patient-centered app for Oakwood Healthcare that makes it easier for people to connect with hospital services before they get sick. Patients select health topics of interest and receive messages about screenings and seminars directly relevant to their healthcare needs. The Oakwood Medical Avatar app was featured on CBS News Detroit: “Oakwood Medical Avatar Brings Your Health to (Virtual) Life.“
Medical Avatar is developing an app for the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) to help reduce the disproportionate number of premature deaths and preventable illnesses for racial and ethnic minorities in the United States.
Medical Avatar is developing a new patient-centric information architecture and web site design system for Health Quest as well as its three hospitals, medical practices, and affiliates. The new web site will launch at the beginning of 2014.
Medical Avatar CEO Virgil Wong created a web and mobile design system for NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital called The Ultimate Patient Experience. The new interactive, patient-centric system will launch in Spring 2015.