New Partnership: Visionflex & MediRecords


Visionflex and MediRecords announce new Australian partnership

Visionflex is proud to announce an exciting new partnership with MediRecords, Australia’s leading provider of cloud-based electronic medical record and practice management systems.

The partnership will see the companies work towards integrating Visionflex’s powerful video conferencing platform, Vision, with MediRecords’ cloud-based electronic health record and practice management software platforms. This will enable health professionals to perform clinical telehealth examinations and automatically save patient data to their patient records.

Such an integration would allow physicians to examine remote patients via video telehealth using a blood pressure and blood sugar monitor, stethoscope, pulse oximeter, ECG, thermometer, and weight scales. All clinical health data collected during the exam would be saved to the patient file within MediRecords.

Vision technology will also enable multiple video participants to appear on-screen simultaneously during a patient examination and provide them with remote camera and monitor control functions. 

Ultimately, the partnership aims to create a powerful video-conference telehealth system designed for collaborative, multidisciplinary and evidence-based decision making.

“Like MediRecords, Visionflex is an Australian innovator, and we are thrilled to be partnering to deliver next-generation clinical telehealth tools to thousands of medical and allied health clinics across the country,” said Visionflex CEO and Co-founder, Mr Mike Harman.

“Clinical telehealth conducted via high-speed, end-to-end encrypted video conferencing is where the future of remote healthcare in Australia lies. Working together with MediRecords, our unique telehealth tools and functions will revolutionise the way in which clinicians examine, diagnose, monitor, and treat their remote patients.”

For MediRecords’ customers, today’s partnership announcement signals an intention to deliver enhanced flexibility for a telehealth solution, a seamless workflow and comprehensive patient record integration, by allowing them to run Vision on their existing IT infrastructure investments. Vision also operates on any internet-connected device, transforming PCs, Macs and tablets into portable and powerful diagnostic tools.

“Partnership is at the heart of our strategy here at MediRecords, as we continue to leverage our open API product, ConnectAPI, to break down siloes in Australian healthcare technology and provide best in class solutions to healthcare organisations” said Michelle O’Brien, Head of Strategy at MediRecords. 

“By signalling our intention to work with Visionflex to integrate their services and products, we will be able to provide a unique and comprehensive telehealth and virtual care solution, that can connect patients and clinicians regardless of their locations”.

Vision’s unique clinical features

As leaders in Australian telehealth technology, Visionflex understands the practice constraints of providing remote health services across the country’s vast distances. With this in mind, Vision has been designed with clinical capabilities, specifically for medical and allied health settings.

Vision’s easy-to-use, collaborative, and clinical functions, include:

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ExamVu – Integrate remote clinical examinations during a video conference with the far-end doctor guiding the process and receiving real-time, on-screen patient data including blood pressure, ECG, temperature, pulse oximetry, blood glucose, and weight.

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MultiVu – Multiple participants can simultaneously activate and switch between numerous video cameras such as a GEIS® General Examination Camera HD or a dental camera, providing access to live clinical footage on screen in large 16:9 video windows.

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RoomVu – Remotely view and control IP- and USB-based pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) ceiling and room cameras for a clear view of the patient to add context and detail during clinical examinations.

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SnapShot – Capture and instantly share multiple clinical images during video consultations. Data can be automatically stored on the local PC and to MediRecords.

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TeleStrations – In real time, video conference participants can annotate shared clinical images and PDF documents on screen for live discussion and collaboration. Files can be automatically stored on the local PC and to MediRecords.

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TrueSteth – World-first digital stethoscope function that transmits stethoscope audio digitally without any loss of quality. The remote physician has complete control of stethoscope functions.

About Visionflex

Visionflex is a leading Australian provider of world-first clinical telehealth technology. 

The Visionflex telehealth system incorporates new-generation software and hardware systems that can be used separately or together with a suite of approved medical devices to perform clinical, remote-patient examinations.

The Visionflex system enables remote video examinations including endoscopy, dental, ophthalmology, otoscopy, ultrasound, dermatology, and wound management; as well as the collection of patient data using blood glucose and blood pressure monitors, pulse oximeter, ECG, thermometer, and weight scales.

Visionflex – clinical telehealth designed for health professionals. 

MediRecords is Australia’s leading cloud-based, practice management and electronic health record platform. They have experience working with the likes of Queensland Health, Healthdirect, My Emergency Doctor and the Royal Flying Doctors service.

Their products include solutions specifically designed for Enterprise and Government Organisations, GPs, Specialists, Allied Health and Multidisciplinary providers. They also provide advisory services to support providers in understanding how to leverage cloud technologies to offer new and emerging models of virtual care.