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The current patient referral process is complex and labor intensive. In Hawaii, it is greatly hampered by slow processing times, processing errors, missing information, and communication failures due to slow and archaic systems like manual fax, mail, etc.

For cancer patients in particular, the time spent waiting to see a specialist can worsen their condition and impede the ability to effectively treat or cure their disease. This is especially pronounced for cancer patients in rural and remote areas of Hawaii, where the referral process is notoriously slow due to lack of automated technology.  It is unacceptable that treatment and survival outcomes for cancer patients are impaired by how long it takes for them to see their specialist simply because of WHERE they live.

The teleconferencing portion of VirtualCliniX allows cancer patients faster access to specialty care via an easy-to-use, secure teleconferencing platform.  One-click and they can meet with their specialty care team quickly, eliminating the need for inter or intra-island travel. This feature is critical to Hawaiian cancer patients, many who have transportation challenges due to distance, traffic, economic factors, or other cancer health disparities. 

VirtualClinicX also automates many referral processes, including appointment scheduling and reminders, communicating patient health records via manual fax, medical billing, and insurance verification.  By automating these processes, it ensures the referral is processed quickly and completely so treatment can begin as soon as possible. Our software also tracks the status of the referral, so no patient is left behind.

Combining an easy-to-use, HIPAA-compliant teleconferencing platform with automated referral features that address multiple inefficiencies currently seen in the traditional patient referral process, VirtualCliniX helps oncologists and other medical specialists treat cancer patients up to 10X faster!

While the current patient referral process is complex and labor intensive, the solution is not. Let’s fix the referral process so more cancer patients have a better chance of full recovery!

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TeleMedicX is a Hawaii-based digital health tech company positioned and excited to help solve this problem. Our unique platform, VirtualCliniX, addresses and eliminates many critical gaps in the referral process for patients, especially cancer patients, who reside on the Hawaiian Islands.

 The teleconferencing portion of VirtualCliniX allows cancer patients faster access to specialty care via an easy-to-use, secure teleconferencing platform.  One-click and they can meet with their specialty care team quickly, eliminating the need for inter or intra-island travel. This feature is critical to Hawaiian cancer patients, many who have transportation challenges due to distance, traffic, economic factors, or other cancer health disparities.

VirtualClinicX also automates many referral processes, including appointment scheduling and reminders, communicating patient health records via manual fax, medical billing, and insurance verification.  By automating these processes, it ensures the referral is processed quickly and completely so treatment can begin as soon as possible. Our software also tracks the status of the referral, so no patient is left behind.

Combining an easy-to-use, HIPAA-compliant teleconferencing platform with automated referral features that address multiple inefficiencies currently seen in the traditional patient referral process, VirtualCliniX helps oncologists and other medical specialists treat cancer patients up to 10X faster!

While the current patient referral process is complex and labor intensive, the solution is not. Let’s fix the referral process so more cancer patients have a better chance of full recovery!

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When it comes to fighting cancer, swift diagnosis and treatment is critical to patient outcomes. In Hawaii, cancer is the second leading cause of death, so it is imperative a patient be seen by the right medical specialist quickly.

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