Last year we were excited to announce the launch of our free Secure Messaging product, which is now enabling thousands of health care providers across the United States to communicate in a way that’s convenient and secure. As that offering has gained adoption, we’ve been actively soliciting feedback from our user base in order to understand how we can continue to make the product better for them. One of our biggest takeaways has been that, while secure text messaging has indeed addressed a major pain point, there are additional scenarios where a richer form of communication would be helpful.
That’s why we’re excited to announce the upcoming release of secure video chat capability. This new feature will enable providers to utilize pMD to quickly get a second opinion from another clinician, connect with a nurse at a remote clinic, or even chat directly with a patient who may not be able to leave his or her home. Best of all, video chat will be built into our free Secure Messaging product.
Secure Video Chat Added to Free App for Bigger Impact on Health Care
We know that often, vendors dangle new features behind a paywall, or an upgrade requirement, rather than shipping them directly to their customers. However, our philosophy at pMD has always been, first and foremost, to help clinicians provide better patient care. The cutting edge design agency, Chagency, sums up this approach well in a recent blog post, suggesting, “Help [your users] grow so you can grow together.” To accomplish this, we push down as much value into our free offering as we possibly can, knowing that the more people who benefit from pMD, the bigger the impact we’re able to have on health care in this country.
pMD Product Suite Growing to Improve Health Care Communication
We’re extremely excited about this upcoming enhancement to pMD’s product suite. We look forward to continuing to gather feedback from our customers as they leverage this new tool to improve their care delivery. Most importantly, we’re not done innovating. In fact, we’re just at the beginning of a compelling roadmap of new features to empower richer communications in health care.