To create intuitive medical tools that streamline administrative requirements, staffing needs and enable health care teams to focus on the practice of medicine while improving patient care outcomes.
ResQ Medical is a mobile-based healthcare solutions company that develops tools to empower healthcare providers, simplify workflow and enhance well-being.
The company was formed after one of the co-founders, himself a resident physician, experienced first-hand the frustrations of balancing patient care with the ever- increasing administrative requirements of the modern day medical education.
Both physicians-in-training as well as their institutions are being pulled in opposing directions via overwhelming regulations and expectations. Hospitals feared lawsuits, regulatory infractions and bad publicity. Residents labored to document times worked, patients seen, procedures performed, tests completed, lectures attended… All in disparate, clumsy paper or archaic text programs. Sadly, time spent at bedside – the holy altar of medicine – seemed to be inevitable sacrifice.
ResQ provides cutting edge technology to streamline the documentation process and ensure that the focus of medical education is on patient care and learning.
What began as one resident’s vision, is now the world’s first mobile application to record and document work hours automatically.
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