What sets the MedEdQR platform apart from the competition?
November 7, 2017
In one word, flexibility! From the learner’s perspective, the flexibility is evident in both the “anytime / anyplace” functionality and the range of devices – smart phones and tablets, Apple IOS and Android. Learners will enjoy the flexibility and ease of accessing and navigating case information – from the use of QR-codes to voice and [...]
Notes from the ChangeMedEd 2017 Conference
October 3, 2017
Mid September was very eventful and educational! We released Version 2.0 of the MedEdQR Virtual Patient Delivery Platform on Friday, September 15th, and I attended the AMA Association’s ChangeMedEd1 conference in Chicago, from the 13th through the 16th. See the section “MedEdQR 2.0 below. Besides reaching the MedEdQR 2.0 milestone, it was great to get back to [...]
September 28, 2017
The question of the month: Notes from the ChangeMedEd 2017 conference. Mid September was very eventful and educational! We released Version 2.0 of the MedEdQR Virtual Patient Delivery Platform on Friday, September 15th, and I attended the AMA sponsored ChangeMedEd(1) conference in Chicago, from the 13th through the 16th. It was great to get back [...]
What are the benefits of using the MedEdQR platform?
August 30, 2017
Before I get into the “question of the month,” please take note that we are changing the release schedule of our newsletters. Instead of the middle of the month, the newsletters will be released on the first of the month. The question of the month: (Customer) What are the benefits of using the MedEdQR platform? [...]
Where can we find cases to use?
July 20, 2017
The question of the month: (Customer) In May you discussed the reasons for not providing cases, but your platform is a virtual patient case delivery platform. Where can we find cases to use? Another great question! During customer interviews and demos, I found that most of the institutions to which I spoke had their own [...]
Why wasn’t the MedEdQR platform configured?
June 20, 2017
The question of the month: Why wasn't the MedEdQR platform configured like an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Electronic Health Record (EHR) platform? I have been asked this question a number of times over the past year and I thought it was time to respond in detail. Background: According to an American Medical Association (AMA) press [...]
Why don’t we provide cases?
June 8, 2017
Welcome to full blown spring! We here in Arizona had our first day over 100 degrees followed by a recorded setting 108 degrees, both in the first week of May. Yes, but it’s a dry heat! As the spring gets hotter we are hoping to fan your flames of interest in the MedEdQR platform. With [...]
About our hundreds of individual library entries
June 8, 2017
March flew by too quickly and product development continues as we enter April. It is wonderful to see how this latest version is coming together not just in paper mockups and specification but also within the platform itself. As I write this, I’m excited to see the new features and enhancements coming to life and [...]
MedEdQR platform continues to expand
June 8, 2017
From its March 2015 startup to a nearly completed MedEdQR Version 1.3 product, MedEdQR LLC has been focused on providing the medical education community a unique and innovative platform for the delivery of virtual patient cases. Born from my experience with virtual patient case delivery within a Problem Based Learning (PBL) medical school environment, the [...]
MedEdQR – An Academic Perspective
August 9, 2016
I thought it might be useful to approach product validation in a couple of ways. "MedEdQR - An Academic Perspective" is the first of a series of blog posts reviewing the topic. You are probably wondering how MedEdQR fits into the vast realm of medical education and from where does it receive its validity. In [...]