Introducing vidscrip usernames

We here at vidscrip are very excited to announce a new feature for the vidscrip platform: usernames. A vidscrip username is unique to you and makes it easy to share your vidscrip.com channel with your patients.

Your username makes visiting your vidscrip.com channel easier by adding it to the end of the vidscrip.com url. For example, if your vidscrip username is briankuyath your vidscrip.com channel can be visited by visiting the url
www.vidscrip.com/briankuyath.

To get the most out of your vidscrip.com channel url, we highly recommend you include it on your practice’s marketing materials. In fact, you can head over to the vidscrip “Marketing Resources” page and print one of a number of customizable flyers to begin sharing your vidscrip.com channel today!

Ready to create your vidscrip username?

On the web …
Login to your vidscrip account, click on My Channel, click on Edit Channel, enter your preferred username under the Username field, and click Save.

On your mobile device
Make sure have the latest version of the vidscrip app for iOS or Android. Open the vidscrip app, login to your vidscrip account, tap on My Channel, tap on Edit Channel, and tap Done.

 

Don’t have a vidscrip account? Click here to sign up for a free vidscrip account today.

Vidscrip Launches New Patient Engagement Platform

VIDSCRIP LAUNCHES NEW PATIENT ENGAGEMENT PLATFORM AT THE AMERICAN UROLOGY ASSOCIATION’S 2016 ANNUAL MEETING

The vidscrip 2.0 platform includes powerful updates for physicians
and an all-new patient experience

For immediate release

San Diego, CA (May 7, 2016) – vidscrip announced today that it has launched the vidscrip 2.0 platform, available now in the iTunes App Store and on vidscrip.com. The app records clinician’s answers to questions that can then be shared with colleagues, patients, and caregivers to watch anytime. The vidscrip team is at the American Urology Association’s annual meeting this weekend in San Diego to launch the new platform alongside their strong following of urologists and device manufacturers.

By making health education information from a patient’s most trusted source – their own doctor – accessible outside the exam room, it becomes more “sticky” and results in more efficient providers and better health outcomes.

“Even though doctors repeat themselves constantly, patients forget 86% of what they learn at the point-of-care. This negatively impacts practice efficiency, patient satisfaction, and health outcomes. Vidscrip solves this by making the doctor’s expertise available to patients anytime, anywhere, and on any device,” said vidscrip co-founder and CEO John Brownlee.

Powerful new features, available for free to both clinicians and patients, include:

  • Social networking features to follow and create trusted connections with patients, caregivers, clinicians, health systems, and device and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
  • Record vidscrips using video, audio, images, and text – by using one of more than 700 pre-built templates or creating from scratch
  • Robust privacy settings for sharing vidscrips

Thousands of physicians, care teams, and other health professionals currently use vidscrip to record expertise and share it with colleagues, patients, and caregivers.

Visit vidscrip.com, the App Store, or find vidscrip on the AUA exhibition floor’s main thoroughfare at booth 3821 to download the app for free today. An Android version will launch next month.

About vidscrip:
vidscrip is proud to be part of the healthcare innovation ecosystem in Minneapolis, MN.

Media inquires:
Danah Tangen
Director, Marketing
media@vidscrip.com