CEO and co-founder of vidscrip recognized for his entrepreneurism and vidscrip’s role in taking a value-based approach to the future of healthcare.
Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) November 03, 2015
vidscrip announced today that their co-founder and Chief Executive Officer John Brownlee won the top honor in the Healthcare Executive category. John accepted his award Thursday October 29 at the Minnesota Business Magazine’s 2015 Leaders in Healthcare Awards ceremony.
“Expertise is a healthcare organization’s most valuable asset, and their most perishable,” Brownlee says. “In fact, patients forget about 86% of what their doctor tells them at the point of care, which has implications for health outcomes, patient satisfaction, and provider efficiency.”
Using the vidscrip app, healthcare providers record short videos answering common questions for patients. The vidscrip software bundles the videos into groups called “video prescriptions,” which capture the information patients often forget after their in-person appointments.
“With the move toward Value Based Care, health systems who successfully capture the value of provider/patient interactions will realize improved clinical and financial results,” Brownlee added. “It’s an honor to receive this award and exciting to share it with the entire vidscrip team who are focused everyday on increasing the value of interactions within the healthcare ecosystem.”
A complete list of finalists and winners is at minnesotabusiness.com/2015-leaders-health-care-awards.
vidscrip enables health systems, life sciences companies, clinicians, and patients to successfully move toward Value Based Care by maximizing the value of their most important asset - their expertise. vidscrip is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
For more details or to schedule an interview with John Brownlee, please contact Danah Phillips at email@example.com
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